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A glimpse of the week (7.23-7.27)
By:Lu Yukun  |  From:english.eastday.com  |  2018-07-27 19:43


A glimpse of the week (7.23-7.27)

Upon the 100 days countdown to the first China International Import Expo(CIIE), Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport had a meeting on July 26 to pledge a mass effort for the upcoming expo. On the same day, a service product launch was also held.

|[!--empirenews.page--]|From now on, Chinese tourists to Israel will enjoy a faster and more efficient application process. The Israel Visa Application Center in Shanghai was opened on July 24.[!--empirenews.page--]|Known as the “Pearl of the Caribbean,” Cuba is attracting more and more tourists from Shanghai. According to the Labour Daily, over the past three years, the number of Shanghai tourists to Cuba has been growing on a yearly basis, most of them middle-aged and elderly people.[!--empirenews.page--]|Due to the new measures and changes of border crossing and frontier inspection, the daily passenger flow crossing Shanghai has exceeded 135,000 since July, reaching a peak of 148,000 on July 14. [!--empirenews.page--]|Summer nights belong to night markets. As the dog days of summer in Shanghai roll on, citizens are looking for ideal night markets with delicious dining choices for this summer. Our reporter has found two ideal options in the downtown area featuring a wonderful blend of music and delicious food: Yu Garden and Sinan Mansions. [!--empirenews.page--]|This summer, the shop for British Museum officially went online in the Tmall, China's largest open business-to-consumer platform under Alibaba. The store sells handbags, moon-shaped fans, mobile phone shells and other items with various themes, including the Egyptian pharaoh, Rosetta Stone and the Great Wave off Kanagawa.[!--empirenews.page--]|The Klimt Experience exhibition was unveiled recently at the Hongqiao Art Center. To mark the 100th anniversary of Gustav Klimt, an Austrian symbolist painter, works of the most prominent member of the Vienna Secession movement are displayed through immersive virtual reality art. The exhibition, which will last through October 13, will display more than 300 artworks of Gustav Klimt through the combination of visuals, sounds, music and imagery.