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Whangpoo,

river, China: see HuangpuHuangpu,
 Whangpoo,
or Hwangpoo
, river, 60 mi (97 km) long, rising in the lake district of Shanghai Municipality, E China, and flowing NE past Shanghai into the Chang estuary at Wusong. It is a major navigational route.
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The building, with its striking Georgian-inspired faade, is strategically located close to downtown Shanghai in the citys waterfront Baoshan district, at the mouth of the Huangpu River.
The building, with its striking Georgian-inspired faAaAaAeAoade, is strategically located close to downtown Shanghai in t city's waterfront Baoshan district, at the mouth of the Huangpu River.
Lujiazui is located on the opposite bank of the Huangpu river while the North Bund business district is located to the north of the river.
What was all farmland on the eastern side of the Huangpu River just a few decades ago is now the Lujiazui Financial District, famous for the Blade Runner--esque structures that comprise Shanghai's iconic skyline: The 128-story Shanghai Tower by Gensler, China's tallest building and the world's second tallest; the Kohn Pederson Fox--designed Shanghai World Financial Center, a.
The building is expected to become a landmark building along Huangpu River.
While wearing virtual reality glasses guests in attendance "traveled" across the ocean to fly above the Huangpu River and have a first-person experience of charming Shanghai.
LAST OCTOBER, I found myself in an Uber being whisked along a bank of the Huangpu River.
The incident was the worst maritime disaster in China since 1948, when a steamship blew up on the Huangpu River, killing more than 1,000 people.
In 1948, the steamship Kiangya blew up on the Huangpu river, killing more than 1,000 people.
But its true magic is at night, when the mesmerising disco lights of the Pudong skyscrapers dance and wave at the muted glow of the Bund financial district across the Huangpu River.
The stampede happened on Wednesday night as tens of thousands people assembled in Shanghai's historic riverfront walk to see a new year skyline show in the Pudong financial area on the opposite side of the Huangpu River.
A quick check-in and we move into our spacious room with sweeping views over the Huangpu River and the futuristic skyscrapers of the Lujiazui financial district