There are a lot of elements in China that resemble existing models: the fashion is almost the same as in Europe; the are a lot of local-made Volkswagens on streets; residential quarters look like those in Moscow with 30-story buildings; chinese do business almost like americans, and, sometimes even better. But despite all influence from the exterior China preserves its unique character. We can be amazed by the famous and colourful Beijing Opera recognized by UNESCO as world heritage. Or we can be impressed by meticulous detailing of the original chinese architecture. Or we can be astonished by scrupulous calligraphy. But even adopting specific general ways of doing things or specific technologies, in detail something very usual may appear completely unknown. Thus walking around in the centre of the city of Shanghai we can find a narrow street which have preserved a charm of the beginning of the century, where numerous boutiques greet with colourful signs, where people play cards or Go, and where a family work directly on the street, woman sewing and man repairing shoes. Almost every morning we can see people making exercise outside in front of their offices on the parking lots. A high-tech supermarket looks more like bazar with its inseparable attributes - crowds all around, people bargaining and screaming, and sound echoing in closed space! And all this give to the voyage to China an intriguing tonality and almost obliges to stroll with eyes wide open, noticing nuances and appreciating this unique, colourful and amazing culture!