5. Peoples are kind and always help when you ask for any help.
Only problem is English. Adults don't know English but kids can easily speak English.
without knowing English , this guys helped me buying stuff from supermarket.
Such a kind peoples, I will never forget them.
All public places are well maintained and precious area wise.
And be prepared to live without Google , Gmail , Youtube and facebook. Mentioned websites are blocked. And I observed , most of the international web sites loads with very slow speed as compared to Chinese web sites.
Indians shops in Shanghai : I found very few Indian restaurants in Shanghai , and found only one Indian grocery store in Shanghai.
还有，要做好不能用谷歌，Gmail , Youtube 和脸书的准备。
Rahul Ramgopal, An eternally curious Capricornian, software consultant by profession
Answered May 18, 2015
I had visited the city of Shanghai, China in January 2014 for a period of 3 months, working for an onsite software implementation project.
When I landed in the Pudong International Airport and was travelling to my hotel, the first thing that struck my mind was how fabulous the infrastructure was and how it would take many more years for any Indian city to reach such levels of sophistication. We may be doing well in terms of GDP and maybe we are one of the fastest growing economies of the world, but to have a metropolis like a Shanghai or a Beijing , it is going to take us a few more years.
The city is the largest city in the world in terms of population and for me, the overall 3 months stay there was pretty enjoyable. The modes of public transport available there are pretty awesome and all you need to know are numbers (for bus transport), Chinese pronunciation of locations (for cabs) and metro line color (red, green etc for subway rides). At my work location, most of them knew English, and I got pretty close to one Program Manager who explained loads about the Chinese people and culture.