Some of the pavilions at Shanghai’s World Expo have five-hour lines.
Some things are just so bad, they're good. Here are eight of the most craptastic "attractions" I've found around the world.
Steve McKenna takes the rough with the super smooth on a rail epic through the Middle Kingdom.
Steve McKenna presents the best of the World Expo city.
Throat-clearing by the locals aside, Steve McKenna is delighted to explore a resolutely down-to-earth slice of Shanghai.
Blind masseurs are said to have a superior touch. Rob McFarland investigates at a Shanghai parlour.
From a department-store liaison to a rooftop martini, the World Expo 2010 city has it all, writes Robert Upe.
Visitors hoping to delve into local culture can stay with a Shanghainese family as part of the government's World Expo 2010 homestay program.
From Pudong's glittering skyscrapers reflected in its waterfront to the crumbling colonial buildings in the city's French Concession, this is a city of contradiction. Patrons attend glitzy bars sitting high as the clouds, while others queue for buns below. Trains move at earth shattering speeds past old men riding bicycles on cluttered streets. The head-spinning transformation of this city is confounding and compelling.