Shanghai in Winter

by , May 23rd, 2005  |  Published in Archives, Land Portraits

This picture was taken in the small streets of NanShi district where several shops are selling fresh (Bao Zi, a kind of big dumpling stuffed with meat or vegetables). As last year the weather was very cold, each time the steamer is opened this produce a big, white and delicious clouds.

Shanghai in winter is a very different city. Everything changes, the market stands are covered by smoked fishes, when it’s not raining, clothes are drying, hanged on the trees of the former french district. Foreigner tourists are far away…

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