The Shanghai Municipal Government Hall is on the other side of the People’s Square.
There is a People’s Park not far to it.
Bought a few fruit milk teas from Mr. Wish teashop in the park.
Tables for people to play majong.
Bumped into a marriage market.
Family posted information about their sons and daughters ready to be married off.
An overseas section.
Someone’s son is working at a tech company in Dallas, Texas. Looking!
Lots of people gathered here at the park plaza…
for an event on this handsome individual.
Fans taking turns for pictures with his portrait.
Water lily pond.
More marriage market.
Water lilies in flowerpots.
Shopping center outside of the park.
Shanghai tourist bus.
Interesting movie promo.
One of my favorite restaurants, Nanjing Dapaidang.
People lined up for the table space, even at 2pm in the afternoon.
A little traditional Chinese market.
A stage for musicians to play traditional Chinese music.
Grand garden work.
Eat Chicken cafe.
People were still grabbing everything they could for a shop that sold stationaries by pound (0.5 kilogram).
You may only be a person in this world, but for someone, you’re the world.