First class train seats have good leg room. They cost only 25% more than 2nd class so they're usually sold out first.
Red cars for wedding celebration.
The flag of China flying everywhere in the old concession area.
Roads are named after various major cities in China.
People do live here.
Houses used to own by rich europeans.
Building that looks like the Bank of China in HK.
Students just finished the college entrance exam.
Many of these old european houses are now turned into company buildings or restaurants.
Tianjin has interesting stop lights. The bar tells you not only it's red, but also tells you how much longer it stays red.
This photography is Hong Kong...
Tianjin Olympic Stadium (aka Water Drop). Tonight there's a scoccer game going on so it lights up.
People watching the soccer game on the big screen TV.
Not sure what those boxes are on the building (machine room?).
One of the oldest hotels in Tianjin. It looked pretty cool inside.
This is the bridge where the Liberation Army used to enter Tianjin many years ago.
This is a personal Ad for the store owner.
I think these poles are for climbing competition, but I'm not sure.
Tianjin Tea Soup. Sweet, hot, and doesn't taste like tea at all...