The validity of Hubble's law defies the determination of the center of the big bang expansion, even if it exists. Every point in the expanding universe looks like the center from which the rest of the universe flies away. In this article, the author shows that the distribution of apparently circular galaxies is not uniform in the sky and that there exists a special direction in the universe in our neighborhood. The data is consistent with the assumption that the tidal force due to the mass distribution around the universe center causes the deformation of galactic shapes depending on its orientation and location relative to the center and our galaxy. The location of the center is estimated to be at a distance ~0.88/h Gpc in the direction of l=135 +/- 30 degrrs and b = -35 +/- 20 degrees in galactic coordinates (alpha = 01h 36m, delta = +26d 50m in equatorial J2000.0 or in the direction of the Constellation Pisces). Further study of the deformation of galaxies such as triaxial galaxies and non-axisymmetric spiral galaxies can be utilized for a more accurate determination of the universe center.