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... to see how the silk was made.
In the evening we met up with a good mate of mine called Melvin and we were treated to an amazing meal from the Uyghur region of China which is a muslim province in the far western portion of China. The people look more middle-eastern than Chinese and the food was also in that direction. Suffice to say it was magnificent and also dirt cheap. ...
... at home. No stinky squid on a stick except from down the back streets. Got back to the hotel to book at table at cloud 9 bar. The tallest building in Shanghai for tomorrow night. Really excited about that. Sat talking to a girl in reception from Indonesia. She is here on business selling guitars. The wifi in this hotel is terrible so will post again when possible. Going on the tourist bus tour tomorrow day time to see the whole city. Lauren and Noel ...
... is a photo of Gerrie beside the living wall (flowers) in downtown Shanghai. Also a photo of us with the Shanghai skyline. Photos from downtown shopping district, 5 kms of road set aside for pedestrian traffic. Every expensive Calvin Klien jeans are three times what they are worth in Canada.
Our guide was telling us home prices here are through the roof. In a middle class neighborhood of Shanghai the building cost is approx ...
... more like Cirque de Sole, and it was not that. There were however some pretty cool plate spinners.
Overall a good day. It rained a lot. I spent a whopping $1.75 on a new umbrella. and I am full of tofu. A food, which it turns out, I really don't like at all. really. it is terrible.
Tomorrow we move to Shanghai Finance University. Who has a partnership with Towson University. I have my first Mandarin Lesson tomorrow.
... of a green dog on its back, a couple of landscapes, some strangely coloured nudes and some nice mountains. The second room had some sloppy futuristic type paintings, and a huge panorama of the Great Wall with a lot of skulls dotted around it to represent the lives lost when building it. I was actually quite surprised that something like that was allowed to be exhibited; as it seems like a pretty negative point against China, which is rarely permitted.