The tourist attraction of Shanghai "Master"?

Original: Liu Xiaosun Xiaosun Liu

Shanghai is located in China in China. This is one of the most developed cities in my country. This is also an important tourist city. Many tourists come to Shanghai to travel. First, you will think of famous attractions, such as Bund, Nanjing Road, and so on. But in fact, as an international metropolis, there is also a "millennium" tourist destination. Many foreigners like to play, this is "a new world."

Speaking of Shanghai’s "New World", I believe everyone will not be surprised. Whether you have a trip to Shanghai, I should have heard of the "New World". Even because of the "new world", it is too loud. Many other cities will also strive for stages, and various similar "new worlds" have appeared. Leading a wind, it can be seen from its far -reaching influence.

In fact, Shanghai’s "Xintiandi" is the previous type of "stone Turkou" building. Shita tickets are the most traditional Shanghai and the most traditional Chinese people with mixed Western culture and traditional Chinese architecture. This is a residential house in China and the West. Many "stone tickets" buildings are full of interference in the city center, which is shabby.

After that, in order to protect and fulfill these "stone doors" building groups, many architects and businessmen have begun to upgrade these "Shijumen" building groups. The most successful case should be "new world". "Xintiandi" is located in the heart of Huangpu District, Shanghai. Due to the opening of the business, they have received their attention, unique architectural characteristics and business models.

As Shanghai’s "new world" is unique in charm and style, foreigners who or lives in Shanghai are becoming more and more popular. If you come to "New World", you are here now. It will be found that the shops and restaurants here are foreigners, which can be said to be the most concentrated tourist attractions in Shanghai foreigners.

Even in Shanghai’s "New World", most merchants will use English as the main text of signature or menu. Although the environment is a traditional old building, many Chinese tourists come to Shanghai "New World". I feel like I accidentally survived foreign countries. I like it. It is also a very special travel experience.

So, have you been to Shanghai to travel? How is the impression of Shanghai? When you travel in Shanghai, you have never reached the "new world"? Do you think Shanghai’s "New World" is not a particularly large number of foreigners? If you have a chance in the future, and then you don’t want to think of Shanghai travel? Welcome to leave a message!

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Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk recently became the world’s richest man once more, putting Amazon founder Jeff Bezos in second place. With a net worth of $200.7 billion, according to Forbes, Musk today is one of the most recognised and influential people in the tech space, a long, long way from where the Stanford dropout was back in the 90s, when his life had its fair share of struggles.

Unknown to many, Musk’s first project was actually Zip2, a software company that developed an internet-based platform that benefited the newspaper publishing industry by designing online city guides. Founded in 1995, the company was purchased by Compaq Computer in 1999.

During the four years with the company, Musk would share a computer and code everyday at night, seven days a week to keep the website up. In a 2014 commencement speech at the University of Southern California, Musk mentioned that he would sleep on a couch in a small rented office as he couldn’t afford an apartment. He’d also shower at the YMCA. Check out the clip where he talks about his experiences below.

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A few more complications later, Musk was ousted by the board again and replaced with Confinity co-founder Peter Thiel. Under Thiel, PayPal became the main focus of the company and when it was acquired by eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion, Musk received over $100 million, being the largest shareholder with 11.7 per cent.

Musk spoke about getting fired as the CEO in an interview with Max Chafkin, Senior Writer at Inc. Magazine. The interview also touches on how the PayPal-eBay deal eventually made the Tesla Roadster possible. The company’s first car, the 2008 Roadster was the first production electric sports car that Musk describes as “Faster than a Ferrari and more efficient than a Prius”. Check out the video below.