This pictorial event was initiated by that of our granddaughter's high school graduation from Shanghai American School, but in this short visit, we walked the streets, found a hidden gem in the center of the city, the Shanghai Confucian Temple. the famed Jing'an Temple and visited yet another water town, Fengjing, on the oustskirts of Shanghai.
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Shanghai's Muslim Market is quite iconic. Held every Friday, this delicious amalgamation of culture, community and food that comes to life, simply cannot be missed. A great experience, this is a meat lover's haven. You get a view into the Uyghur culture and cuisine, and it's easy to see how life is centered around food.
First built during the Three Empires Period (220A.D) it has had a history of more than 780 years. Unluckily, the temple was destroyed by a fire in early 1972. The re-construction took place in 1984.
"We can only open the doors-we can't drag people through.”
― Jim Morrison