Yihe Longbai Shanghai Hotel
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... a two hour wait (except for us), and so we did try and appreciate it, I don't want to sound frivolous. Tonight we are getting our own dinner (easy), we are not that hungry. And the to an acrobat show. The food has been amazing, all you can eat and nearly all Chinese in banquet style with a lazy Susan. I am not quite sick of it, but it can mess with your stomach. I am pretty good at pacing myself and always interested in each dish. Desserts are interesting and the ...
... on - it all seemed much the same to me. The gallery was cool though as it was dimly lit and as you stood in front of a painting it then illuminated it! So fun. On the floor above was Chinese Minority Nationalities' Art Gallery, which included costumes, embroideries and bamboo and wooden works and masks. China has 56 ethnic groups, so it is unsurprising that it has such a rich culture. The costumes varied in material, design, colour, style, accessories, and really ...
... extra days added on. We work Saturday anyway, but also had to work the Sunday to make up for the classes that would be missed because of the holiday. Giving us Mon-Wed completely free. Bruce asked us our plans and without hesitation we said, "We want to go to Shanghai!". On Sunday morning Bruce took us to the coch station to buy coach tickets, they cost 99 Yuan each which is £9.90. We didn't want to book a hotel until we had sorted coach ...
... 4 months.
Soon it is boarding time. I smile as I walk down the aisle towards seat 62A; the lady in seat 62B smiles when I say dui bu qi and moves out of the way so i can get in. I sort out my bag, buckle up and gaze out the window feeling content. You must understand that I don't dislike Shanghai, nor to I dislike the Shanghainese all of the time; and I definitely do not dislike China. It's just that it can be tough living here sometimes; and ...
... Jews. The citizens of Shanghai reached out and accepted these people as one large community. The story gets even more amazing because then the Japanese came in and took over the city and built walls around the Jewish ghetto. But the people were safe in the ghetto and after several years they left Shanghai and went to Israel or the US.
I had heard a piece of this story many, many years ago from one of Eric’s kindergarten classmate’s ...