The Nanjing Road in Shanghai is unique. It is a blend of both the West's and the East's value reflecting from commerce style,culture and history. Nanjing Road has been well-known as China's premier shopping street since the 1930s and now become an icon of shanghai which representing the city's dynamic development.
It's quite an experience to cruise through this long pedestrian street paved with colored bricks and stones, with pedestrian traffic flowing irresistably and sightseeing trains trundling through small stalls and boutique shops. This is one of the best places where one can savor up Shanghai's signature modern metropolitan style, with the rickshaws, incense shops, and classic cigarette ads being a thing of past.
Photo Documentary On 398 Canteen At Seletar Camp Featured In Mindef's Web Series "Then and Now: A Look at Former SAF Camps - The Seletar Camp"
I ever did a photo documentary (see blog post at this link) relating to the 398 Canteen at the Seletar Camp which has been featured in part of an 8 part web series titled, "Then and Now: A Look at Former SAF Camps". The premise of the series is to show how former military camps have changed over the years, and this episode features how Seletar Camp has been transformed into Seletar Aerospace Park.
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