Beijing has a very interesting history, but also massively different future. It’s the city that will one day drop it’s need for hundreds of factories and will become a world super-city. For now, it’s growing and fuming day in and day out, forming pollution layer equal to smoking 40 cigarettes a day. I was lucky to visit Beijing during national holiday, and breathed fresh air and saw blue sky above my head.
One more shot from Shanghai’s financial district. I think I’ll never stop being fascinated by architecture and all the buildings. It fascinated me the first day I moved to Toronto in 2001, and still fascinates me now as I travel the world.