The Pearl of Asia
About Shanghai, China
Shanghai literally means the city by the sea. It is bordered on the north and west by Jiangsu Province, on the south by Zhejiang Province, and on the east by the East China Sea . Right in the middle of China’s east coastline, Shanghai is an excellent sea and river port, boasting easy access to the vast hinterland.
The city is divided into two parts by the Huangpu River: Puxi (west of the Huangpu River) and Pudong (east of the Huangpu River). Puxi is the older part of the city and hosts the majority of shops, restaurants and museums. Pudong is the modern part, and is recognized for its rather unusual yet extremely impressive high-rises such as Shanghai’s tallest buildings, the Shanghai International Financial Center, Jinmao Building and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower.
Shanghai Convention & Exhibition Center of
35 Zhongjiang Road, Putuo District, Shanghai
The perfect combination of convention and exhibition – Shanghai Convention & Exhibition Center of International Sourcing is an international multifunctional complex with conventions, exhibitions, activities and catering. The center has a total area of 9,000 square metres of conference rooms, 16,000 square metres of exhibition area, 5,000 square metres of catering area and 800 underground parking lots. It is equipped with various advanced facilities to hold all kinds of high-end conventions, exhibitions and activities.
- It is near subway line 2，13 and 10 inner ring road and mid ring road, as well as the Shanghai Hongqiao Airport.
- Shuttle buses will connect the Center and major bus stations.
- Gubei Road Bridge, Qilianshan Road Bridge and Luding Road Bridge across Suzhou River stretches to Hongqiao Business Center.