The Major Metropolises of Asia Tours
Change swept through China after World War II, when Mao Zedong's communist revolutionaries seized control and imposed strict control on virtually every aspect of civilian life. Through the years, China transformed itself into an industrial powerhouse and opened its arms (and its markets) to the world. The result: sprawling neon cities that stretch to the horizon and beyond, teeming with more people than you can imagine. In busy Shanghai and Beijing, modern life rubs up against remnants of the old days, offering an intriguing glimpse of the past within sight of the marvels of the modern age.
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