Golden Island Hotel Shanghai
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... Each building has a stone doorway, which looks like a hoop over the dark solid wood doors. These restored buildings are the foundation of a great leisure space with diverse shops and nice restaurants. The areas of Xintiandi and Tianzifang are a popular place for the young adult Chinese to see and be seen. Here we saw some of the High Fashion Week activities. One of these buildings was the site of the ...
... chinese streets, which had fresh produce and live fish out the front of its stores. There were mopeds and bikes everywhere.
The school has had alot of love put into it. All the walls have been hand painted with kids pictures on them. Theres a small running track and some donated equipment.
The school is the only one for the five districts surrounding it, however despite this huge geographical coverage the school has only 150 kids. It opened 10 ...
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... town areas of modest living and store front houses selling everything but kitchen sinks. We walked by 2 public schools while we were out and about. They are like California open are schools with outdoor corridors. At dismissal time all the guardians wait at the entrance way for their uniformed youngins to come through. See pics.
An unplanned day, but quite an adventure!
... and party politics hold a tight reign over everyday life and progress bows to tradition. Ultra modern Shanghai has cast aside the shackles of the capital and has seized upon progress and modernity as its creed. Nor does Shanghai look inward for its inspiration. It actively invites the world to its doorstep as a significant global player. For visitors, everything is much more accessible as English is commonly spoken and signage and menus are subtexted in ...