JING’AN released a picture album from freemexy's blog

JING’AN released a picture album this month to celebrate the third anniversary of its merger with the Zhabei District.Find the more Jingan District news from SHINE.

The consolidation enlarged the area of Jing’an to 37 square kilometers.

Photos for the picture album, entitled “Hi, Jing’an,” were selected from 994 works of photographers who took part in a photo contest this year. They cover district landmarks, parks, events, neighborhood life and picturesque scenery.

Here is a sample of some of the works, with comments by photographers.

1. “Snow Jing’an” by Yu Ruwen
I captured the moments when Jing’an’s old alleyway neighborhoods were enveloped by the city’s first snow in 2018. I was impressed by the fairytale scene.

2. “Walk Into the Shanghai Natural History Museum” by Zhou Cheng
Shanghai Natural History Museum has been a popular destination for both domestic and foreign visitors.

3. “Breath of Spring” by Hong Weiliang
Jing’an was brimming with spring as tulips blanketed Daning Park, creating a carpet of vibrant color.

4. “Guards of Jing’an” by Zhang Deming
Firefighters in front of their fire engine.

5. “Elevated Road of Light and Shadows”by Huang Yuhan
Cars in Jing’an create a dynamic ambience in the district.

6. “Jing’an in the Sunshine” by Yao Xuan
The Jing’an Temple shines in a golden hue under the sun.

7. “Rainy Night” by Liu Bo
Neon lights glitter outside the window, and raindrops on the glass create a dreamy scene.

8. “Jing’an in Morning Sunshine”by Yu Yin
Jing’an is covered in a golden hue in the morning.

9. “Old alleyway in a Neon-Lit City”by He Yiwei
A quiet old alleyway is tucked away amid new buildings, opposite the Joy City shopping mall.

10. “Dreamy Jing’an”by Zhou Dongping
A fountain in front of the Shanghai Exhibition Center reflects the historical facility and the high-rises on bustling Nanjing Road W.

11. “Foreign Tourist Learns How to Make Tangyuan” by Qian Kangyuan
An Italian tourist happened to come across local residents making tangyuan, or glutinous rice dumplings with sweet or salty stuffing, when he visited the historic Zhangyuan Garden, a well-preserved shikumen community. He was happy to join them.

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