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Taichi on The Bund

The Bund is Shanghai’s main stage, a long riverside sweep of colonial buildings and parkland. Come along in the early hours of the morning and you’ll find groups of locals performing stately, synchronized tai chi routines. Tourists with know-how are always welcome to join in. Fuxing Park, in the Old French Concession, is a further option for the activity. 

Tai Chi on the Bund


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