A painting of two men drinking tea, located in a restaurant in the Bund Center. Shanghai, China's most cosmopolitan city, is changing fast. New buildings are going up throughout the city center and the Chinese government has shown little discretion for what to save and what to destroy. With that being said, Shanghai's famous Bund skyline will always be protected as the old custom houses and embassy's give the city a great contrast from the glittering modern office tower Pudong skyline across the Huang Pu River. The Bund Center, or Three on the Bund as it is known, is leading a revolution in a way. It's the first of Shanghai's historic Bund buildings to undergo a complete interior renovation.