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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... interest that Joyce and I took an excursion called “The Jewish Heritage of Shanghai.” It took us to a memorial park dedicated to the “stateless refugees” as well as the fully renovated Ohel Moshe Synagogue, now part of the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum.
Our Chinese guide was terrific, with detailed historical knowledge. We also had a brief talk by a Chinese graduate student, which raises the question of how valuable a ...
... Each table would have about 30 warm buds sitting there, a bowl of popcorn, a decanter of red wine and an extravagant fruit platter....I guess this is how they do it here. First off here a girl came on stage and in a cloud from a smoke machine did some sort of weird dance....people seemed to like it. Then a DJ played some dance music and everyone stood up at their table...chugged a warm bud and danced on the spot. Nice. After that ...
... through history, but unfortunately we couldn't visit the insides of the old buildings such as HSBC when I visited as it was closed for Qingming.
Shanghai is an extraordinary place in an extraordinary country. This country has its problems and there is plenty to dislike, but as with some other places I have visited in Asia you leave thinking you are seeing the countries of the future. The Chinese government says they wish the west would try and understand China ...
... control/traffic control. In the video here you can see them marching to stop traffic when we could walk and marching to stop us when traffic got to go.
So, instead of traveling around China, we decided to just travel around Shanghai. I went to a few new eating establishments and we also went on a Shanghai bus tour. The bus tour actually turned out to be pretty fun and aside from watching Bret nearly lose his head multiple times (he's too tall for ...
Today we had a late start at 10am. We headed to the Old Town area first. We saw the number 1 tea house in China where Clinton and Obama have both had tea. We wandered through a garden and then a bazaar. Off to lunch in the Old Town area. Next was a visit to the World Financial Centre building. This is the tallest building in Shanghai at approx. 435m high. It was built by the Japanese. We went to the 100th floor to the observation ...
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