Tianjin is a coastal city, about 130 kilometers from Beijing
Tianjin . Its name means 'the place where the emperor crossed the river
Getting in and out of the city is convenient because of the well-planned transportation system. If you want to come by water, there are a series of international and domestic sea routes in the port of Tianjin, which is the biggest man-made port in China. If you plan to arrive by air, Tianjin Binhai International Airport offers excellent service. Planes have routes that reach most of the major cities in China and also cities in Europe and America. Of course, arriving in Tianjin by land is another option, while trains or long-distance buses are yet another alternative.
I am amazed.
When I first came to China is also very surprised.
Really impressive how even relatively small towns have developed in China! The quality of public service, neatness of public places and the use of technology are all at par with the best in the West! Thank you for posting so many awesome images!
TM Sharma, I am beginning to believe you quite possibly have the largest single resource on China of any individual in the world!
Simply awesome collection! I can imagine how much of leg-work must have gone into creating such an archive!
Thank you anupmathu
Street photography is my very love thing, can record every footprint
Travel in China, the traffic is very convenient.A little money can travel to many places
Every reach a place, do not want to miss every corner.
Even if the infrastructure is good, and some cities in China is still flooded by heavy rain.
There are some drainage facilities still need improvement.