Photos: My personal favourites of 2014

One of the things I like to do on the weekend is wander around Shanghai with my camera. Below are some of my personal favourites from the last year. If you would like to see more, please visit my website.

 This neighbourhood of old houses is being torn down as part of the Xintiandi renovation project.

This neighbourhood of old houses is being torn down as part of the Xintiandi renovation project.

 Traffic near People's Square.

Traffic near People's Square.

 Lone bird on some power lines.

Lone bird on some power lines.

 Hole-in-the-wall eatery. Note the Mao poster.

Hole-in-the-wall eatery. Note the Mao poster.

 Bridal photography in front of Thames Town's church. Thames Town is a faux-English village in Songjiang, a suburb of Shanghai.

Bridal photography in front of Thames Town's church. Thames Town is a faux-English village in Songjiang, a suburb of Shanghai.

 1933 is an old slaughterhouse that was turned into an office building and mall. 

1933 is an old slaughterhouse that was turned into an office building and mall. 

 Old lady in a dilapidated part of Shanghai.

Old lady in a dilapidated part of Shanghai.

 Hanging up laundry somewhere in the former French Concession.

Hanging up laundry somewhere in the former French Concession.


Kevin writes columns for the GoEast Blog on studying Chinese, Chinese culture, and life as a foreign student. He has studied China and Chinese for over five years, first in his home country the Netherlands, then in Beijing, and now attends Fudan University's Chinese Society department.

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