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Oct. 10th-13th, 2019
Shanghai New International Expo Center
(No.2345 Longyang Road)
For Visitors
days from the exhibition opening
For Visitors
days from the exhibition opening
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Shanghai Weather & Climate

With a pleasant northern subtropical maritime monsoon climate, enjoys four distinct seasons, generous sunshine and abundant rainfall. Its spring and autumn are relatively short compared with summer and winter. The average annual temperature is 18 degrees Celsius. The city has a frost-free period lasting up to 230 days a year. The average annual rainfall is 1,200 millimetres (about 50 inches). However, nearly 60% of the precipitation comes during the May-September flood season, which is divided into three rainy periods, the Spring Rains, the Plum Rains and the Autumn Rains.
 The highest temperature is in July and August. For ten days or so in these two months, the temperature can reach 35 degrees centigrade. The coldest period is from the end of January to early February - usually during the Chinese Spring Festival. This awfully cold period will last for about three days but it seldom snows. From March to May, the conditions are pleasant so this is the best season for traveling. The `Plum Rain Season` is from mid-June to early July. From late August to the first twenty days of September, the city is also susceptible to typhoons, none of which in recent years has caused considerable damage. Generally you will need a light coat and sweater in spring and short- sleeved shirts in summer. In autumn, long-sleeved shirts, sweater and coat are necessary, while sweater and overcoat are appropriate in winter.


is one of’s major tourist cities. In 2008, the added value of the city’s tourist sector reached 95.85 billion yuan, up 7.1% over the previous year. The tourism services also improved further. By the end of 2008, the city had 310 star-rated hotels, included 37 five-star hotels. The city had 901 travel agencies, including 55 international agencies. The city had-level tourist sites. The city had 27 tourism service centers and five tourist dispatch centers. The city received 6.4037 million international tourists, bringing in US$ 5.027 billion worth of foreign exchanges, and 110.0527 million domestic tourists, earning 161.241 billion yuan


Historical Sites of Revolutionary Activities

is a city with a glorious revolutionary history. Many revolutionary activities have left behind precious relics and sites. They include the site for the first national congress of the Communist Party of China; the residence of Dr. Sun Yat-sen and his wife Madame Soong Qing Ling; the former residence of late Chairman Mao Zedong, the former residence of Zhou Enlai, the first premier of the People`s Republic of China and that of Lu Xun, a great Chinese writer.


TRoman`ourist Scenes

Since 1990,has built a batch of landmark architectures that are known both at home and abroad. These buildings have become new tourist scenes in the city, reflecting its new appearances. They include the Bund -- the symbol of Shanghai, the People`s Square which is known as a“city green lung,”the Orient Pearl Broadcasting and Television Tower, Jin Mao Tower, the Pedestrian Mall of Nanjing Road, Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Grand Theater and the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall.


Food and Shopping

is also known as a paradise for eating and shopping. There are more than 30,000 chain-store-style restaurants serving Chinese and Western-style food and delicacies from other Asian regions. The foreign-style restaurants feature food from more than 30 countries, including,,,, andwhile the Chinese ones feature food from more than 20 regions of. The famous restaurant areas are at thearea,Road,,and. For shopping buffs,and, Super Brand Mall, the Grand Gateway, Plaza 66 and Maison Mode Department Store are the top choices.


Yuyuan Garden
 The well-preservedin city center is a famous garden featuring southernstructures. Con- struction of the garden started in 1559. Its layout features the garden styles of the southern part of the country during the Ming and Qing dynasties, enjoying a lasting reputation as“Wooded Hill in City”. Carved dragons wind across the top of the walls which divide the garden into different scenes. The pavilions, ponds, man-made stone formations have formed 48 scenic spots, including ancient buildings, rare stones and centuries-old trees.


Yunnan Road Food Market
 The food street at the crossing of Yan’an and Xizang roads features restaurants serving typical food fromand,,and other provinces. The choice food includesroast duck, salty duck, steak and glutinous rice cake, sauce-dipped chicken and hotpot. It is popular with tourist on first visit to.

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