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... some things out called it a night. The next morning I got up bright and early to try to be productive with my morning before my bus journey so I went and got a haircut. He actually did a really good job and it only cost me 30 Yuan (about £2.90). I was a little worried as Chinese hair is pretty different to western hair so I was worried he wouldn’t deal with it right but it was well done. I’ll leave this post here as I am taking a taking a train to Hangzhou this ...
... hotel across the road, so we'd be easy to find for Hanna when she turned up.
We had a nice chat about our travel plans, along with a good look through our Lonely Planet books; then it was goodbye time, and we all went our separate ways.
I spent most of the rest of the day picnicking with Lavinia and Rosa in Red Town, an arty place with galleries and sculptures near where I live ...
... Shanghai is a thriving cultural metropolis.
The first stop was Stone's tailor in the apparel market where pretty much everyone ordered a custom-made suit. Then we were off to a Cantonese restaurant along the Bund for dinner. Neither the tofu nor the foie gras went over very well, but the coconut soup made up for it. Another delicious meal to cap off another great day!
... before hopping into a taxi to the centre for the night of our lives! The taxi dropped us off outside a grand building, we walked into the very quiet lobby and directed to an ominous-looking elevator. We stepped in and the big straight-faced looking guy pressed one of the buttons. We were going up. As the doors open, in front of us was an array of Asian partiers in one of the nicest looking clubs I have seen! Chivas, Moet, Belvedere, Corona ...
... Chinese, 4,000 regularly used day-to-day. They say that to go to read a newspaper you should be ok with about 3,000 characters.
Chinese has four tones which are incredibly important - The four tones are 1) level 2) rising 3 ) falling then rising and 4) falling - take 'ma' ...
mā, má, mǎ, mà + ma
They mean mother, hemp, horse, and blame/accuse respectively, and the final one is just ...
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