Forte Hotel Shanghai
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... us again. How persistent! She is executing the sales rule # 3. Rule #2, she offers us something else if not interested in item #1.
If I know what I want. I love to shop! If I'm just doing a leisurely window shopping, I love to shop! But if I don't know what I want and I'm under time pressure, I hate to shop! And, it's very overwhelming as the stores are crammed together, there is just so much, and we have to bargain ...
... first problem.
We were required to show the credit card which we used to pay for our flight tickets. We actually used two different credit cards (mine and my mum's). Mine is an e-card so it's just a priceless piece of paper with numbers written by hand but they recognized it anyways. My mum realized that she had left her credit card at home which was a slight problem. We finally managed to convince the girl to let us pass. Everything was solved within 5 minutes so ...
... at the exhibits and didn't stop to read anything (not very hard given that it was mostly in Chinese so I couldn't read it anyway), I only managed to view 3 out of the 4 floors before the guards came with their torches to announce that it was closing time. On my way back to my hotel I stumbled across a huge underground shopping mall. This inspired me to investigate People's Square, and I quickly realized that not going underground was the reason why I ...
... looking at exhibits of minority peoples and on the second floor where Chinese calligraphy is displayed.
Guizhou Province supplied many display items and it is the province we worked in during 1995-96 and there were many minority groups living there: Maio, Boyi, Dong, Yi among them.
The museum had many pieces of clothing, embroidery, masks and jewellery. in fact I was looking for a similar silver headdress to the one Jeff ...
Did Christmas lessons with Gubei Lu's Grade Five classes on Boxing day; learnt about Christmas, wrote letters to Santa and had a dress up race in a Santa suit!
Class Three's teacher, Rainbow (Chinese name - Ye Li Feng) took a few photos during and after class, so here they ...