Today is free for you to explore the city. If you’re interested in art, the Suzhou Creek Art District and Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art are good choices. For history buffs, a walk around the Old Town neighborhood and a visit to Sun Yatsen’s former residence could be for you. If you’re a fan of modern architecture, the tallest building in Pudong, Shanghai World Financial Center, towers more than 1,200 feet high. Shopping? Shanghai has a range of everything from megamalls to independent boutiques, offering great bargains where to satisfy everyone.
Gather this evening for a performance of the Shanghai Acrobatics. Known worldwide, Shanghai acrobats juggle, perform amazing agility feats and otherwise entertain with their incredible flexibility. Later, have a farewell dinner of the best in Shanghai cuisine.
Proponents of raw foodism argue that cooking food increases the risk of some of the detrimental effects on food or health. They point out that during cooking of vegetables and fruit containing vitamin C , the vitamin elutes into the cooking water and becomes degraded through oxidation. Peeling vegetables can also substantially reduce the vitamin C content, especially in the case of potatoes where most vitamin C is in the skin.  However, research has shown that in the specific case of carotenoids a greater proportion is absorbed from cooked vegetables than from raw vegetables.