Yu Garden

Yu Garden, also known as Yuyuan Garden, is a large Chinese nursery located in Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, near the City of God Temple in Shanghai’s Old City. The Yuyuan Tourism Mart, Huxinting Teahouse, and Yu Garden are all within walking distance. Yu Garden was built in 1559 during the Ming Dynasty as a source of consolation for Pan Yunduan’s father, the minister Pan En, who was nearing the end of his life. Pan Yunduan began the project after failing one of the imperial exams, but his appointment as governor of Sichuan delayed completion for almost two decades, until 1577. The garden was at the time Shanghai’s largest and most renowned, but its high expense led to the Pans’ collapse.

Nanjing Road

One of Shanghai’s most significant retail zones and one of the world’s biggest shopping areas is the eastern portion of Nanjing Road, which runs parallel to Fifth Avenue and Times Square. Nanjing District is the capital of Jiangsu Province, which borders Shanghai. The two portions of the current Nanjing Road are Nanjing Road East and Nanjing Road West. It used to be called “Park Lane,” and it stretched from the Bund to He’nan Road. In 1854, it was expanded to Zhejiang Road, and eight years later, to Xizang Road. In 1862, the Municipal Council, which administered the International Settlement, gave it the official name “Nanking Road.” In Chinese, it was frequently called to as

Financial Center

A financial centre, often known as a financial hub, is a site that has a significant concentration of participants in banking, asset management, insurance, or financial markets, as well as venues and support services. Potential participants include financial intermediaries (such as banks and brokers), institutional investors (such as investment managers, pension funds, insurers, and hedge funds), and issuers (such as companies and governments). Trading activity can take place on venues like as exchanges and clearing houses, however many transactions take place over-the-counter (OTC), or directly between participants. Companies that provide financial services are, on the whole, conservative.