Best Western Pudong Sunshine Hotel
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... the locals as they knelt and prayed.
Little Buddha continued his antics at the Jade Buddha Temple, one of the few active monasteries in Shanghai. The temple was completed in 1928 and has a more used feel than Jing’an. People really seemed to worship here, kind of like comparing Notre Dame and Sacre Coeur in Paris. The main piece is a Buddha statue made of pure jade, which stands almost two meters tall. Alli took the photo, which is strictly prohibited. ...
... Tiananmen Square. We did see it on the Yangzte River - in fact as we sat on our balcony we would see paper and debris thrown into the water from upper decks - couldn't understand it especially since it would be just as easy to place the debris in the Trash container in the room.
There were many more things we observed but these three kinda stuck out. All in all it was a ...
... the first few weeks of our arrival, it’s dealing with a brand new country, what it’s like to live there, where our apartment is, what the street names are, how to get from A to B, where the subway stations are, which exit, how to get there, bus routes / stops / numbers, the names of areas, shops, restaurants, meeting places, meeting hundreds of new people, remembering them, what they do, what their names are, trying ...
... way, which is fine in hanyu, but comes across as rude in yingyu!! Furthermore, he has an automated confirmation of receipt set up on his emails, so every time I replied I got an immediate response letting me know that the email had reached it's destination, often relatively swiftly by his personal reply!
Got a busy couple of weeks ...
... after our little diversion we finally made it to the Shanghai Museum - which had lots of nice little exhibitions on calligraphy, currency, art, furniture and pottery - however, it wasn't really floating our boat so we headed off after an hour or so for a lovely lunch on Huanghe Rd Food Street. After this we decided on the Shanghai Urban Planning Museum which was fantastic! It detailed the growth and development of Shanghai to date and also the plans ...