Golden Jade Sunshine Hotel
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... from China but we did our best. The first delicious moment was the Xiao Long Bao at Din Tai Fung - now I see what all the fuss was about! Thank god we found it but now Lee has the job of showing off the Brisbane version early next year! Get ready Lee! ;-) The Bund tunnel is something you could never forget - tell me I'm wrong Lee! And a third visit to Dadong Duck was again great, and improved further by the Birds Nests. Finally it was time for another farewell ...
... off at our hotel at 4 then picked up by a presentative of ZCME for our meeting. Thankfully one of the young executives speaks very good English so she was able to translate for us. Good meeting but tomorrow will decide whether we will be able to do business with them. Tomorrow we are going to their factory 4 hours inland, to see their silo's and dryers. After the meeting three executives took us out for dinner and again we ate ...
China is a weird place that's undergoing westernization at a rapid pace. Seeing huge skyscrapers, intersections that put Time’s Square in New York City to shame, and stores only the very wealthy can shop at are very common. So are people hanging their clothes to dry in back alleys, small children going to the toilet on the street (diapers don’t seem to exist, so small children’s pants don’t have ...
Today we have the day free in Shanghai, so after having a lay in, it was time to get the subway, which we had now figured out, and pop down to the local market which is a hit with tourists.
We had various conversations with Chinese people stopping us for a chat wishing to improve there English and to take photos ...
... behind. Quite impressive if I'm honest. Shanghai is nothing like Beijing. Shanghai in some places resembles London, because of the design of the buildings. It has small streets with bends in them, unlike Beijing's Milton Keynes grid like system. And of course the river that runs through the heart of it like the Themes. It reminded us of back home in some parts.
So there you have it our wonderful mini trip was over, a great experience and glad to have ...