The Huangpu River, extending over 71 miles (113 kilometers), flows through the middle of Shanghai’s, dividing the city into two parts – Pudong to the east and Puxi to the west. The port where the river empties into the East China Sea has now become ... 

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Shanghai by night

August 2012

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From the Huangpu River

On the Huangpu River

June 2015

At night the sky lights up!

ONE OF THE CRUISE SHIPS ON HUANGPU RIVER

March 2014

TAKEN ON THE CRUISE SHIP AT THE BUND

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Huangpu River and The Bund

August 2012

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Huangpu River and The Bund

Shanghai by Night

August 2012

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From the Huangpu River Cruise

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