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... Most of them were wearing the most disgusting poofy dresses, and all the photos were so awkward and staged! Funny thing though, the church is based on Christ Church in Bristol! It was so weird seeing it here. I think a lot of the roads could have been believable if they weren't so deserted and if everything wasn't translated into Chinese. There was even a phone box, but the Chinese kind ...
... The original eleven driveways on the Bund ground were compressed into four two-way lanes. Thus more space was left for expending the four major squares: Huangpu Park, Chen Yi Square, the Bund Financial Square, and the Observatory Plaza. After being reconstructed, the new Bund waterfront is neat and atmospheric. The public activity space is expansive embracing more visitors. The Bund has been called a 'museum of international architecture' and indeed it was and still ...
... day. £3.5 billion was spent!!!
Anyway when we arrive at the Jade Buddha Temple there is a ceremony taking place, it's amazing to see, lots of chanting and incense burning, we watch it and take it all in. At the end they burn two offerings, we find out later that the temple has just received a donation of £100,000 and the monks are giving thanks. We see many buddhas, but not really sure if we saw the Jade Buddha, but it ...
... out of the station and gave the locals a little entertainment which I also found quite funny. We got on a hop on hop off bus and toured the sites of Shanghai. We realised that Shanghai doesn't have much to offer from what we saw the other day, but it was nice to sit in the bus and watch the world go by. We walked down the shopping street which is massive. We headed into this food hall and had a look around. Found a few stalls which you need to stay clear of as ...
... a prison, located in the Hongkou district of Shanghai, People's Republic of China. Originally built as part of the foreign-controlled Shanghai International Settlement, it is now run by the Ministry of Public Security of the People's Republic of China. Throughout the first forty or so years of its life it was the largest prison in the ...