Shanghai woolen needlepoint tapestry, fusing Eastern and Western art, has been popular since the 1940s and was listed as a state-level intangible cultural heritage in China in 2011.
Yao Jianliang, a 63-year-old retiree who used to work at Lujiazui Group, has used his camera to document the development of Lujiazui in Pudong New Area, Shanghai over the past three decades.
A host of new landmarks will be introduced to Pudong, Shanghai in the coming years, adding more vibrancy to the city's landscape and more lifestyle and entertainment options for residents.
Lujiazui Financial City in Pudong New Area, Shanghai was recently named one of the city's "all-for-one tourism" special demonstration areas, according to an announcement by the municipal administration of culture and tourism.
The Dishui Lake Rim Landscape Zone is the most core public open space and waterfront activity space in Lin-gang Special Area.