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At the same time the city has identified twelve neighborhoods with outstanding old architecture as preservation areas, although this has at times meant the government takeover of the property.

The vertical orientation is smart in many ways, most importantly because it provides good and relatively inexpensive housing for millions of people — while also allowing for efficient electric, communications, and sewer systems.

I had a great couple hours learning more about the history of the city and really delving into the urban revolution of the past thirty years.

Despite its privileged position at the mouth of the Yangtze River and in the middle of the Chinese east coast, it wasn’t until the beginning of the seventeenth century Qing Dynasty that Shanghai became a truly important sea port.

But perhaps the most important change for the city came after the Opium Wars, when the British forced the Chinese to open certain ports to trade in the Treaty of Nanking.

Within the core region (which is about 110 square kilometers) there has been a clear focus on transitioning most neighborhoods from horizontal development to vertical development.

There are so many tall skyscrapers that buildings that would be amongst the biggest in most American cities escape notice.

Although yesterday was rainy and today started off smoggy, the views are still amazing.

This has, not surprisingly, lead to a boom in population. One of the exhibits at the expo showed side-by-side photographs of key areas in the mid-1980s and again in the mid-2000s.

Areas that had previously been crumbling now have blocks after blocks of residential and office towers.

Within the core region (which is about 110 square kilometers) there has been a clear focus on transitioning most neighborhoods from horizontal development to vertical development.

There are so many tall skyscrapers that buildings that would be amongst the biggest in most American cities escape notice.

Although yesterday was rainy and today started off smoggy, the views are still amazing.

This has, not surprisingly, lead to a boom in population. One of the exhibits at the expo showed side-by-side photographs of key areas in the mid-1980s and again in the mid-2000s.

Areas that had previously been crumbling now have blocks after blocks of residential and office towers.

Now I am going to head out on a biking tour to see what it is like at street level!