WATCH: Dreamlike Footage Captures Shanghai Frozen in Time

By Ned Kelly, May 13, 2022

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Shanghai, a megalopolis of some 25 million people, is currently undergoing China's biggest citywide lockdown since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Drone photographer Tim Chambers has just released his fourth video of the eerily empty streets of Xujiahui, in the western Puxi part of the city.

Watch the latest footage – set to the track 'Glacier' by Chris Haugen – below...

See Tim's first video by clicking this link:

WATCH: Haunting Drone Footage Captures Empty Shanghai Streets

See his second video by clicking this link:

WATCH: Eerie Drone Footage of Shanghai's Empty Streets

And see his third video by clicking this link:

WATCH: Drone Footage Captures Shanghai's Empty Streets at Dusk

And scan the QR to visit Tim Chambers' YouTube channel (VPN on):

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READ MORE: Meet the Man Who Rode Every Shanghai Metro Line in One Go


[All images and video courtesy of Tim Chambers]

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