Shanghai Science & Technology Museum

 I have got another 3 more posts of my recent China trip to go before I should go for my next vacation. I have heard that Shanghai has one of the best Science Museums in the world which ranked 3rd for the highest admissions. My wife has been following me to see ancient and historical stuffs everywhere, so I brought her to see her place of interest since she lectures physics.



 
 The Science Museum in Shanghai is very huge in size with modern landscaping and futuristic designed complexes.


   
The entrance itself looks pretty impressive with the huge magnificent glass dome!




 
Shanghai is fast catching up with the first world countries in their futuristic interior and architectural buildings everywhere. There are many floors of interesting exhibits of different topics but I will only post a few that you need to know.



They also have this giant life sized Dinosaur fossils found in China.





I enjoyed the Robotic Section the most as they have so many types of robots being invented today.




 
This Robot could dance non stop and flew upwards when done!



 
All the children chose their songs and the Robot sat down to start playing the piano precisely like a human while the child sang. I think this Robot has got a Grade 8 level.








This one was a sad section of the environmental issues of our mother nature. All the pollutions could cause serious growths on the beings. Here are actual specimens of deformed cow, sheep and chicken! The stuffed cow had 2 heads and 3 legs while the sheep had 3 legs& the chicken had 3. Gross!
That shows we must live and linger around safe environment all the time.








They showed many samples of many exotic birds that no longer live in Shanghai. Their air pollutions and affected habitats sent them to migrate elsewhere!






They proudly displayed and explained all the replica rockets and space crafts that were successfully launched.




I must say that I was MOST IMPRESSED to see this real shreds of human arteries & blood vessels of the leg with my own eyes. It gave me better insight on applying the pure oils I am using now to revive our body's cells.





Looking at this arteries and vessels on the human hand, I have better idea on the torn ligaments I have on my fingers as a result from motor collisions.





I was wondering whose hand fossils was it?


   
They unearthed many chunks of rare and common crystals that took million years to form. There are actually devices that could test its amazing energy inside. That was why I had to advice Yvonne and Yannie to use them to their fullest advantage!



 
I was impressed by this China made futuristic Hybrid car that is eco-friendly and will hopefully hit the streets soon.

If you have time, please allocate a minimum half to full day to visit this museum in Shanghai.


Comments

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    1. Lol...good one. ..I also wanna do yhis la ehen I balik kl

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    2. Makes me wonder y ah boy so "high" these few days...

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    4. I thought Ah Boy's blog kena virus >.<

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  2. Very nice museum.

    Looks way nicer than our own Pusat Sains Negara. :P

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    1. It is a nice and big place. Our Pusat Sains Negara can fit inside their parking lot.
      Anyway I must visit ours to see how advanced we are.

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    2. Visit Petrosains better. Pusat Sains Negara is boring.

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  3. Are there a lot of interactive exhibits there Anay?

    Kids would love those that they can touch and experiment. Macam at Petrosains. :)

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    1. Oh yes I forgot to say that almost everything was meant for kids to feel and raba raba!

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  4. If the animals merely migrated elsewhere, still OK... in a way.

    But if the animals are already extinct, that is such a loss. :(

    Mutant animals. Scary.
    Can blame both pollutants and human over-zealousness in tempting to be God?

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    1. won't be geli until you say a mutant human being!! that's when we are all in alert..

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    2. Mutant human already hv long time ago la. Those two extra limbs and all that.

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    3. I find their exhibits rather frank and honest telling people how their folks polluted the air, river and forests until binatang semua lari!

      I had goose bumps looking at those deformed animals. Kesian betul. It also happened to humans.

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  5. I love museum, and it sounds so interesting to me!!! =]

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  6. First I like the futuristic hybrid car.

    Those arteries and vessels on the human hand and leg - is amazing, how they do that?

    Hmm, the giant dino fossil, rockets and robotic display, my son gonna love it.

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    1. That whole place was crowded with kids and school children with their parents. They are well educated with these learning centres.

      I liked the car too that was why I snapped its photo. It looks like a buggy car.

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  7. So going where again? just curious and wish you have a nice trip again!

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    1. I am planning a walk-around London tour and cycle-around Italy tour. I like to make dreams all the time.

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    2. Thats good... you will only have missions when you have dreams.

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  8. aiyoyo Thambee has already done with his Tokyo trip posts and yet Anay still has three more to go?? why so inefficient?? what is the next vacation all about?? you mean travelogue or you are going for a vacation??

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    1. I always confessed that I am a lazy blogger at my own rights but I am most hard working to visit your blogs! The chart has proven its winners. Yay!

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  9. just like i have said before, the husband loves to see ancient things and the wife loves to see modern and futuristic things.. luckily there are some old things for him to see in there.. fossils!! how Anay loves fossils right?? :p

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    1. Now you gave me an insight why kuku bird always called me old batang. Maybe I liked old things!

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  10. the science museum looks great, especially inside the spherical glass dome!! even the color theme they use (green, lime, turquoise and blue with white and gray) looks so futuristic, Thambee loves this design..

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    1. It was indeed impressive and huge. You will love it ok.

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  11. How many hours you spend there? The placd so big. One day can finish walking?

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    1. I was in a hurry so I spent some 4 hours visiting just 4 sections only. I would need another half day to see others plus so many video presentations which are good. I saw the mysterious 4D show.

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    2. If you follow a tour group, I bet you'd spend less time in the museum. Enter, take photos, then go out.

      4 hours OK la... but of course, sure want to see everything right Anay?

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  12. i am also most impressed by that two exhibitions of the arteries and blood vessels of our hand and leg!! impressive, and i wonder if those are real blood vessels?? it must have taken the scientists years to model this!!!

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    1. I stared at them for so long and they looked real. The Chinese are capable of making anything! They could build Great Wall, so what's this tiny weenie vessels to them? They could just use a brush to dust away the flesh!

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  13. J would love the robotic section. But I fear for dinasaur section. Habis the dinosaur destroyed by him if he goes there lol

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    1. The security is good and tight so your boy won't get to climb without triggering the alarms.

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  14. Actually I am scared to go to the weird cow chicken n sheep section n the human limbs section. Kinda geli to see all that

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    1. My wife also walked away from it. She had goose bumps but I had to look at them. I kept thinking of bad karma.

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  15. all the three legged animals!! must be the consequence of the harmful radiation?? hmmm, i think sooner or later, there will be a three legged human being exhibited in that museum if we continue to destroy the environment!!

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    1. I believe it could be more than just radiations like air and water pollutions. Oh well, many cancer patients were over exposed to radiations until the cells became cancerous.

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  16. not really interested in those robots and automation when i visit a science museum.. i am more interested to see facts and phenomena being explained through the exhibits, which i think your physics lecturer wife shares the same thought?? :p

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    1. I thought you would be interested to see how programming could make the robots move.


      Similarly to your blogging that created softwares, templates and freebies to draw real humans like Anay to visit your blog for many years. I think I kena infected by your blog radiation. Someday my face and body will look like you! Muahahahaha

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  17. Wow, impressed by the arteries & blood vessels too, wonder how they do it? o.O

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    1. You are a Chinese too and should know that the mainlanders are miraculous experts! There is nothing that they cannot do.

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  18. nice anatomy of the vessels! last i found such display was in our med school museum and the one in Bangkok, can't remember what name now though. lol! shites. haha

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    1. Adoi...you drunkard doctor losing memory at such young age. It is called Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok.

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  19. I'm not interested in museum most of the time, but not this one. All the photos above awed me, especially the blood arteries one.

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    1. I always thought the word museum only contains old stuffs. Maybe they should name it Science Centre instead.

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  20. I used to think that shanghai is a "old" and tradisional city. I'm surprised their science museum is so futuristic and grand.

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    1. shanghai is indeed the biggest city in china and the business hub of china.. it's so modern yet keeps the ancient side of the history.. that's one our bolehland can never do..

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    2. What Ah Boy said is 100% correct lah. Shanghai has the strongest financial centres and conglomerates in whole China which has the highest population in this world!!! Ah Hua wake up lah! I bancuh kopi panas for you.... LOL.

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  21. I never know that there is this museum in china
    Well as I say I would go there just for holiday and see those nice places

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    1. kukubird you only go eat and drink and massage in china lah, how the heck you know about all the museums?? :p

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    2. This kuku bird owl only got active after sunsets! That's when sleazy clubs and filthy massage joints come alive. He is not interested to visit the tourist spots lah. He knows how to enjoy good food and life.

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  22. I'm impressed with the museum designs. Very architecturally modern and beautiful!

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    1. I did not manage to take all the impressive angles outside as it was drizzling, windy and cold. It is indeed modern and nice.

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  23. Very interesting museum, TM! Last time I went to Shanghai, I dont remember being brought there... Shanghai is really developed and modern city...

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    1. You probably joined tours and they will never bring us to museums or exhibitions or shopping malls as they cannot milk money from us. I am sure you went to silk, ginseng, jade and medicine factories only. Go again with friends - Free & Easy.

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    2. Yes, perhaps I will visit Shanghai again one day..as you said, free and easy... Following tours is very restricted.. firstly, I dont understand what the tour guide tells about the place... (bananas) and furthermore, they take us to a lot of factories... nothing cheap to buy.. hahhahaa...

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  24. The robot that played the piano must be very impressive. I like it.

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    1. I haven't been to Shanghai yet.

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    2. I would love to visit the museum.

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    3. I think you will enjoy China for a change since you have been seeing the white countries so much!

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  25. Interesting place. Science & technology - just hearing the name would put me off, wouldn't want to go. They should think of something more creative...

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    1. if not name a science and technology museum the Science & Technology Museum, what shall they name it?? perhaps the food mayor can give a good suggestion to the authority in Shanghai so that the creative name could attracts more visitors.. perhaps FOOD FOOD KAMPUA MUSEUM will at least attracts the food mayor to go in?? muahahahaha :D

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    2. STP sounds like a boring and lazy tourist! China will not welcome him lah!!! The customs will hold placards "Cepat Balik"....

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  26. Wah! Looks like a very impressive museum! I like!!

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    1. Quick make a trip there. Shanghai will be your favourite place! You might need 50 posts to finish. LMAO!!!

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  27. The human arteries look amazing! Wish I can go visit this museum!

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  28. So where will your next vacation be? : D

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    1. Too many places in my head. I guess it will be the West.

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  29. Wow what a wonderful exhibit of the human arteries lots of great job to be done to put them all together.

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  30. Real sad to see all those deformed animals due environmental changes due to the toxic waste & pollution. Even some of the fishes from the ocean faced the same deformation with crooked or curved bodies and there will come a time they are not suitable to eat anymore.

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  31. Since I got your advice, I dug out my purple crystal bracelet to wear.

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    1. I went and bought another pink crystal bracelet today.

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    2. Science center and museum are not my favourite spot to visit, you know I like shopping more.

      But I don't mind an eye opening experience in this type of Museum.

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  32. COOL! How do they manage to do the real human arteries leg?

    Do the arteries come from a dead person who donated their organs to science or something? I love that photo. :)

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  33. The glass sphere is fantastic. If you like those veiny things (plastination), do catch Gunther von Hagen's Body Worlds (http://www.bodyworlds.com/en.html). I saw the exhibition in Singapore once.

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  34. Oh gosh...i have the feeling the bridge might collapsed!! hahahah

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