In recent decades, what has changed the most in Shanghai is the urban “hardware,” from buildings and roads to the public transportation network. The tallest buildings in Shanghai when I was a child were never over 20 floors. Today, projects like Shanghai Tower have over a hundred stories, reaching 500 meters upward.
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