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Lujiazui to introduce authorized photography vendors

Shanghai’s Lujiazui area will introduce authorized scenic photography vendors in the upcoming seven-day National Day holiday, in a crackdown on rampant unlicensed photo-taking service providers in the city’s financial center.

Seven fixed photography booths and one mobile will operate in the areas around the Oriental Peal Tower and exits of the metro station to provide photo-shooting services for tourists who want to take pictures with landmarks. Two or three booths are to be added in November.

The price for a six-inch photo is seven yuan and 20 yuan for an eight-inch photo. A six-inch photo with a frame costs 10 yuan.

The area’s management officials said the cost is lower than market average, aiming to squeeze market space for illegal photo-shooting peddlers.

Meanwhile, Lujiazui will set temporary boarding spots and parking lots for tourist buses to ensure orderly traffic during the holiday travel peak. More cabstands will be established in the area to increase the capacity of legitimate taxis during rush hours.


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