In case you missed it, Cristiano Ronaldo was in China over the weekend.
The Real Madrid football star was in town as part of a three-day promotional tour with Nike to advocate for youth sports. He spent Friday and Saturday in Shanghai and traveled up to Beijing on Sunday and Monday.
First stop: the Nike Store on Huaihai Lu to take a selfie with hundreds of fans who turned out despite it being the city's hottest day in 145 years.
"Seems a few people got here before me," the Portuguese forward wrote on Instagram.
"I'm shuai (handsome), no?" he also asked during a press conference at the store.
He then stopped by The Peninsula to pose for some epic rooftop photos along the Bund.
This shot from Ronaldo's Instagram was definitely not photoshopped:
Ronaldo also headed over to Shanghai Stadium on Saturday to attend the Chinese Super League (CSL) match between Shanghai SIPG and Guangzhou Evergrande.
Ronaldo posed with former Chelsea star and current SIPG defender Ricardo Carvalho.
Ahead of kickoff, he greeted fans and signed balls to both teams. After the game, he presented a pair of his CR7 football boots to CSL chairman Ma Chengquan.
Watch a video of his Shanghai escapades below (VPN on):
Following the rendezvous in the 'Hai, Ronaldo headed up north to Beijing, where he surprised players by performing drills at the Nike League Finals.
After the game he stopped by the Water Cube for the first ever Active Schools Innovation Award presentation, held by Nike and China’s Ministry of Education. Here he is posing with tennis superstar Li Na and Olympic hurdler Liu Xiang:
He also presented a special pair of his boots to Lv Shao Wu, a teacher who helped bring football to a rural school in Gansu province:
“I’m thrilled to be supporting PE teachers who are inspiring young athletes in China,” Ronaldo said of the presentation. “The work they do is very important.”
He later stopped by the "House of Brilliance" in the capital to trade jerseys with Chinese football star Wu Lei and pose for photos:
[Images via @Cristiano, Daily Mail, Nike]