Crowne Plaza Shanghai Pudong
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... appearance from the outside but appeared to be much more modern inside. We decided to follow the creek for a while, looking at some of the less touristy parts of the old town. We passed the old post office which was mostly closed for renovation but now houses a bank.
Crossing a different bridge over Suzhou Creek, we made our way back towards the more touristy parts of town through narrow streets with no English signs - much more "original" than the areas we'd been in so far. ...
... kitschy but it's always fun.
Since we have had a taste of "fun" shopping.. the art of buying cheap cheap items/ clothing .. some are called "generation items" ..first wash it fits you, next wash it fits the teenagers, and finally after the last wash it fits the little children..mmm , we all have bought some of those over the years of travelling ... we make the dash to The Underground Markets... not sure what was above ...
... so none of us expected much. I chased it with a bit of Jack and Coke, which they make here in a bottle and sell the mixture in the convenience store. At this point I was feeling a little dizzy, but still doing okay. I was officially pumped for karaoke, and though we could recruit no new members, that didn’t matter to us. We were determined to have a great time, and I was determined to turn this night from one of ****** regrets into one of self affirmation and ...
... this got us on our feet. She was followed by a guy that continued the dance and soul music with more somewhat unknown tunes.
The next morning we wake up to our last day in Shanghai. For tonight we have managed to get a spot at the Jazz Bar downstairs in the hotel. This Jazz bar is as legendary as the hotel, and has a rich history. The guys that played the tunes sixty years ago, are still playing in the club, making the average age of ...
If you ask any Fortune 500 company CEO what they think is their company's most valuable asset, almost everyone would say it's the people. I couldn't agree more. As modern finance made accessing credit much easier, companies with the best people win. Best people generate the best ideas and run the business in the most effective way. It's simple and obvious. It is such for companies as well as for countries.
As someone who is born and raised in Shanghai, I have the utmost proud ...
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