Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
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... the difficulty once the Japanese arrive and overwhelmingly of the kindness and support from the Chinese.
The Ohel Moshe Synagogue, built in 1907 by the Russian community was relocated, is now part of the museum. It has been restored in the same style as when it was built in 1928. The first floor remains as it did with ark, "bema" and bench seating. The second floor, where the women prayed, now houses a database of Jewish refugees and other ...
... t really even see the bottom of the buildings of Pudong let alone the glamorous skyline! But we wandered along taking photos anyway. EVentually we were back at the hostel, and we spied Ollie as well. We chatted the rest of the afternoon away until it was suddenly dinner time, so we went to a local street vendor who supposedly dished out some scrumptious noodles. They were absolutely delicious ...
... I ordered this to go. This dish is family sized, so I ate one bowl and have plenty left over in my freezer. I don't have many good pics of the restaurant but one shows the entrance and the other shows their youngest son who does the deliveries.
The Chinese people are often the interesting subject to photograph, but taking candid shots of people is quite difficult and requires "Stealth ...
(3) Everyone coughs and spits - Probably due to all the smoking…..
(4) The air quality is really bad - They’re trying to help out by doing number (1) but number (2) probably cancels this out. The result is number (3).
(5) The chicken in China is awful - Yes, we had another moment of weakness in Xi’an and went to KFC, and yes the chicken is some horrible watery stuff that makes Spam taste like fillet steak. ...
... in China. Ambassador Huntsman made it know in his talk that U.S. needs to stay competitive. It can’t give up ground to China. When I spoke to the Ambassador briefly he told me studying in Shanghai will give me an edge later in life. His speech gave me confidence in my decision in coming to China. It showed me that students who study in China are way ahead of the average ...