Golden Tulip Ashar Suites City Centre Shanghai
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... covered many of the old buildings. The Chinese Government seems now to be very conscious of preserving heritage sites, but our guide said it was the facades only and will do nothing to improve the conditions of the people living there. His grandfather actually owned a house in the area during the war and rented out a room to a Jewish refugee. The guide now lives in the same house, where he invited us in for a cool drink. The room was tiny, and ...
... and Mr Wang gave us our keys so we could go to our hotel rooms. When Alex, Tom and I got to our hotel room, Alex was having trouble opening our door and then eventually we got it open and saw an air conditioner. We quickly turned it on and sorted out who was going to sleep where. After we chose where we were going to sleep we had a little look at the shop lights before going to sleep. It took me all but around 3 minutes to get to sleep because I was exhausted.
-Jack Parrant (9B)
... around 2:30 and took a nap after accomplishing absolutely nothing. Didn't see anything spectacular. Didn't really have any fun but at least I'm not in Xiasha! It''s now 5:30 PM, and I'm about to head down to the lounge area and hopefully find some interesting tourists to run with.
Happened to do just what I hoped for. Ran into a fellow traveler from Chicago and he showed me a quick tour of the legendary "Bund" where ...
... the stage appeared and completely a well-rehearsed tribute to the Buddhist religion. I can honestly say that none of us were prepared to the room’s center to suddenly open up to reveal a full-grown tree (obviously fake, but still sweet) under a glistering dome roof of varying colors. This produced a quick skit that appeared to praise the sanctity of life and nature. We exited the short-lived performance into the omnipresent temple gift shop. After ...
In addition to the usual subjects - math, literacy, social studies and science they have daily Mandarin lessons. They also leave their homeroom classes to attend art, PE and music - in each case they have teachers who are experts in the subject. They also study religion. Concordia is a Christian-based school and religion is very prevalent. I’m intrigued at how much the boys love this aspect of school. Owen often asks, “Mom, can we read the ...