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... a long discussion with the young couple on reception) to look for a camera for Greg. Despite phone calls to Alexander, back in Australia, we couldn't find the building he told us to go to. Still, another Greg/David and I story was in the making! We did manage to collect some pastries for tea and made it back, via peak hour Metro (even if David nearly got off one stop before he should have). Bags have to be packed for tomorrow as we move off to Yangshou in the ...
... Museum. It was four stories of wonderful artifacts, native costumes, porcelain, calligraphy, painting, and bronze. So much to see so little time.
After the museum we made our way to the Shanghai Acrobats show. It was super. There were many very good acts, but the highlight was the motorcycle act. There was a very large sphere on stage, in went one motorcycle that drove round and round, up and down. But it didn't stop there, another ...
... they had there. This was definitely one of the highlights we have seen so far. The rays were HUGE! The aquarium also housed the largest underwater viewing tunnel in the world! It was truly magnificent.
The Science and Technology Museum was a bit dated. Many of the interactive attractions were either under construction or simply not working. But, it's metro stop was home to one of ...
... other people in front of others which becomes much to much of a habit to some people I know...
Besides losing face networking is also a very strong cultural difference.
Chinese people love being in a group and doing things together. It is very important for them as social networks are important for daily life, for sure for the job and basically everything else. This is something I see in daily life especially at ...
... me on the shoulder for fun. All 3 stopped walking with a smile on their face and waved to me. I was a bit stunned and kind of muttered, "Ni hao" (hello) to them. Then they laughed and kept walking. When this happens to me, I'm never sure if the Chinese people are genuinely curious or if they are mocking me. Oh well. If they are making fun of me, it's pretty much guaranteed that in a country of over 1 billion people, I'll probably never see ...
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