Huangpu District

Huangpu District, located in the core area of downtown Shanghai, is named after the Huangpu River, the mother river of the city. As a city center of economy, administration and culture, the district boasts several well-known landmarks such as the Bund, Nanjing Road, Huaihai Road, Yuyuan Garden and Xintiandi. Also, Huangpu District is widely regarded as the heart, window and name card of Shanghai for its brisk business and trade and its rich and distinctive culture.
Art & Culture

Birthplace of China's national anthem

Huangpu Theater, a modern design with Chinese elements, was the product of Chinese architects who had studied in the United States. 

Huangpu moves to lure foreign ventures to Bund

The district government has released a bundle of a dozen policies aimed at helping revitalize the area that was once a major financial center in East Asia.

New strategy to protect shikumen

A trial project is under way to relocate some residents while renovating the living spaces of those who choose to remain.

Huangpu to build new waterfront path, green spaces along river

A new riverside path along the South Bund in Huangpu District will open to the public by the end of November, along with four new greenery gardens in the waterfront area.

Revamped Shiliupu Pier to attract tourists and residents

Huangpu District has launched a new round of renovations on Shanghai's historic Shiliupu Pier to develop it into a tourist transport hub and a place of waterfront recreation.

Exhibition reveals glorious history of Nanjing Road E. community

The exhibition titled "The Heart of the City" displays the development of the Nanjing Road E. area over a century.

Getting tough on tour reservation no-shows

Those who bail on their reservations twice risk being banned as complaints mount.

Trademark center opens in Huangpu

New office meant to help time-honored brands expand globally.

Huangpu takes out catastrophe insurance

Huangpu district became the first in the city to purchase a catastrophe insurance for not only its residents, but also those who work or travel within Huangpu.