Chengshi Yizhan Apartment Shenzhen Damei Shalinghai
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... thought we were in for a lot of work. I wasn't looking forward to the food or the rude attitudes toward tourists. However, I have been pleasantly surprised. We ate a great mix of regional dishes and western food, with a healthy dose if McDonald's from time to time. While the Chinese spitting and hacking still makes my skin crawl, I have loved the conversations with hotel clerks and cab drivers throughout our trip. We shared drinks with the desk girl ...
... line. It was always a front page ad in the business section.
My grandmother passed away
when I was 16. Now, forty five (45) years later, I still had a
strong yearning to see for myself what was the real Hong Kong and
Macau, even though I had visited the city many times before. Of
course I was well aware that it is now full of mega buildings, and
I would never discover the Hong Kong of my grandmother. Somehow
... down to the harbour ..AGAIN.. to view the world Famous A Symphony of Lights "" a synchronised building exterior decorative light and laser multimedia display, featuring 44 buildings on both sides of the Victoria Harbour of Hong Kong accompanied by music. The technology was developed by Australian firm Laservision and cost approximately 44 million ...
... to talk to us about the sister city relationship between Brisbane and Shenzen instead we were greeted by enthusiastic university ambassadors. They gave us a presentation on the university and then we were guided through their multi story art gallery. It is very humid here. Much like the school visit our students met some new friends and wanted to keep chatting. On the way to the restaurant, we saw the river which separates Shenzen from Hong Kong. I thought the river would have been ...
... for 5 minutes towards the harbour, the humidity was proving too much for us un-acclimatized tourists, so we decided that the best way we could see the city in the time we had would be from the hop-on hop-off tourist bus, and of course the breeze on the open top bus would be a welcome relief!
As we toured through the city we were impressed by all the high rise skyscrapers, historic buildings, monuments and quaint ...