Shanghai Changhang Hotel
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... touching all the meat with their hands.
Rounding the corner, we saw a street dentist. He was pulling a woman's teeth. He had posters on the front of his table, showing clean, straight teeth. On the table was a bowl, full of pulled teeth. It was one of the weirdest things I've seen.
Rickshaws wizzed by, and we saw an automated tofu cutting machine.
Mark took us into an ...
... the time anyway.
7. If you thought I was dramatic before...
When discussing some of these concerns with a friend who returned to Canada after teaching in Korea, he shared that one of the most troubling things for him was not having friends understand what he was talking about. When we mention a specific road, or city, or eating establishment, our friends won't be able to join in the conversation because they don't know what we're talking about. Worse, he ...
... of the heater) and finished building my new piano keyboard that arrived in fifty pieces. If I knew what "darning socks" meant, I'd probably have done that, too.
The internet was slow, so instead of finding a recipe, I elected to go with the "just cross your fingers and throw everything in" method. The resulting goop had been bubbling along beautifully for awhile so I cut open a piece of chicken and some veggies and they looked ...
... One looked like a bottle opener, one like skewered pearls, one like a mecha-Empire State Building. And behind us, the western-style architecture, complete with clock tower and scattered streetlamps added to the beautiful. We were surrounded by fantastic post-card images.
At Rachel's suggestion, we took the Ferry across the river, having a brief panoramic view of everything the Bund had to offer. Then we wandered along the far bank, taking in ...
... with “brand names”.
From just about any vantage, there were new apartment buildings in the background.
I can see the traditional Chinese Yuyuan centre remaining but think it’s a matter of time before the backstreets are lost to developers, afterall, land in Shanghai is a hot commodity.
After meeting up with those who decided to shop, we made the long trek back to the bus which ...