How Chinese Built the Biggest Urban Structure in China

Brings China’s first city to life in a photo exhibition by Chinese photographer, Zhang Xiaoming, at the Guangzhou National Museum.

The exhibition, titled The Biggest City in the World, features Zhang’s work from the 1930s to the present, which chronicles the construction of the biggest city in the world, Shanghai.

The city is the second largest in China and is the site of the largest ever global urban construction project.

The project, which was funded by the Chinese government, is believed to have cost $1 trillion and is believed by some experts to be the largest urban reconstruction project in the history of the world.

The exhibit is set to open on Sept. 18.

The museum is the largest museum in China.

The gallery showcases photographs of some of the more famous landmarks in Shanghai and other cities, as well as photos of Zhang’s home town.

The show opens to the public at 10 a.m. local time (4 p.m., EDT) on Thursday, Sept. 19.

Zhang’s photos, which have been used to highlight some of Shanghai’s most iconic landmarks, will also be on display in the exhibit.

[Photo Gallery: The Bigger Picture: Shanghai] Zhang’s collection includes a number of notable architectural pieces including a bronze statue of Lenin that was made by Chinese sculptor Zhu Junying and the city’s tallest skyscraper, the Shanghai Tower, which stands at 1,096 feet (335 meters).

He was awarded the National Medal of Arts in 1989 and the Golden Lion award in 1995.

In 2005, Zhang was invited to attend the first International Exhibition of the World Architecture Exhibition in New York City.

The next International Exhibition to be held in China, held in 2020, will be in Shanghai.

[Photos: The Grand Design in China] “I’m honored to have been asked to share my story of the construction and construction of this city,” Zhang told National Geographic.

“I hope that my story will inspire other photographers to be a little more creative and creative in their photographs of these big cities.”

The exhibition also features a number more than 20 photos of landmarks Zhang shot during his years as a professional photographer.

In some of his photographs, he was able to take photographs of places he had never been, such as the Great Wall of China.

Zhang, who was born in Shanghai in 1928, said he was very fortunate to be able to travel through Shanghai during his childhood and work there during his early years in photography.

“If I had not been born in China in 1928 and lived in America for years, I probably would not have had the opportunity to experience so much of the city,” he said.

Zhang said he learned about Shanghai from the newspapers and magazines he took during his youth.

“It was very important for me to know what is going on in the city.

I also wanted to learn more about the architecture, the people, and the history, and that was my motivation for this project,” he added.