Sarah Thomas reports China's many charms are making it a boom destination.
Sue Wallace explores a house honouring the stone dwellings that once inspired China's lions of literature.
IT RHYMES with fund and this Euro-style boulevard is one of the prettiest places in frenetic Shanghai.
As Shanghai prepares to show off to the world, two grand hotels flaunt the city's art deco heritage.
A working entertainment system would have been an excellent distraction from the cramped quarters of economy.
It's a Barbie world and 'girls' of all ages are flocking to this pink palace in Shanghai, writes Sue Wallace.
Hotels are pushing the boundaries to claim an "est" title - the priciest, the biggest - and lure travellers to check out their record-breaking offerings.
Whether you're looking for a quick getaway or hoping to get away from it all, we've found the place for you.
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.