After Hong Kong, I had one day in Pudong. This city was very different from the island city - very flat and vast - virtually continuous with Shanghai. Also, the weather was much cooler.

When I ran, it was commuting time. There were many buses, cars, motor bikes, and bicycles. The financial crisis does not seem to apply to this city.

One of many street vendors serving breakfast.

The city is gearing up for the World Expo (Shanghai) next year.

Yang Pu Bridge, one of many bridges on Huangpu River.

Shanghai Skyline as seen from my hotel room. The tallest building is Shanghai World Financial Center.