Photo exhibition showcases Pudong's development and opening-up
A photo exhibition to present the development and opening-up of Shanghai's Pudong New Area over the past 28 years opens on Nov 29. [Photo/chinanews.com]
A photo exhibition to present the development and opening-up of Shanghai's Pudong New Area over the past 28 years opened on Nov 29.
More than 300 photos taken by 166 photographers and amateur citizens are on display. A 3D projection technology is used to improve the visual effects of the exhibition.
The exhibition venue, an 80,000-ton silo at Minsheng Dock, is the best witness of Pudong's development. The silo used to be Asia's largest granary and now has been transformed into a modern exhibition center.
Running until Jan 6 next year, the event also celebrates the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up policy.
Pudong was approved to be a national development area in 1990, and has undergone drastic changes over the past 28 years. It has now become the premier destination in Shanghai for investors, talents and innovators.
Visitors admire photo displayed at an exhibition to present the development and opening up of Shanghai's Pudong New Area. [Photo/chinanews.com]
Old furniture reminds visitors of the old times of Pudong New Area, Shanghai. [Photo/chinanews.com]