A River of History and Culture

Suzhou Creek holds a special place in the hearts of Shanghai residents. This series explores the creek in each of the six city districts through which it flows.
Suzhou Creek holds a special place in the hearts of Shanghai residents. This series explores the creek in each of the six city districts through which it flows.
Suzhou Creek in Putuo District resurrects industrial heritage - China In Focus News
In Focus

Suzhou Creek in Putuo District resurrects industrial heritage

Old factory sites have been redeveloped to preserve the history of the city's earliest flour, textile, printing and beermaking workshops.
A walk along Suzhou Creek is a trip back in Shanghai's historical past - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

A walk along Suzhou Creek is a trip back in Shanghai's historical past

With its 42-kilometer-long banks, furnished with well-connected pedestrian paths, Suzhou Creek is the latest hottest attraction in the metropolis.
Historical sites preserved in redevelopment of lower Suzhou Creek - China In Focus News
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Historical sites preserved in redevelopment of lower Suzhou Creek

A 3-kilometer stretch at the waterway's mouth retains China's first state-owned gas station, a former British rowing club and a park for traditional games.
Waterfront renovation has stories to tell - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Waterfront renovation has stories to tell

Stretch of the Suzhou Creek in Jing'an District highlights its history and incorporates poems written on waterfront railings by residents to show their affection for the waterway. 
The confluence of two waterways never fails to fascinate people - China In Focus News
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The confluence of two waterways never fails to fascinate people

The stretch of Suzhou Creek that flows through Hongkou District has been transformed into an urban garden that respects the history of the area.
A journey into Shanghai's past and present - China In Focus News
In Focus

A journey into Shanghai's past and present

Suzhou Creek is revealing its secrets to the public as workers construct new paths along its banks to connect areas of interest in art and history.
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