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Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 258 pages
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In the space of a decade, Shanghai has reemerged as one of the world’s great cities. Highrollers, trendsetters and travellers alike are drawn to this dynamic and cosmopolitan metropolis. Shop, promenade and explore by day, and hit chic bars and world-class restaurants at night - you’ll be spoilt for choice. This smart, streetwise and stylish guide will ensure you get the most out of ‘new’ Shanghai.

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Bradley Mayhew graduated in Oriental Studies (Chinese) from Wadham College, Oxford University. He has traveled and trekked across Chinese and Russian Central Asia, Tibet, Iran and Ladakh. He has led adventure tours along the Silk Road and is the author/co-author of numerous Lonely Planet guides, including "Pakistan & the Karakoram Highway, Tibet, The Indian Himalaya" and "Southwest China". Mayhew lives in Montana, when not "on the road.

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