Green Court Serviced Apartment
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... There were a lot of people, but it wasn’t too long of a wait to get a self-portrait with the skyline background. The buildings look a lot better in the evening (lit up) than in the day time.
We were still full from all the afternoon snacks so dinner wasn’t needed. We headed back to the hostel and spent the rest of the night in since it just started to rain again.
-- Ryan L.
... being used here in China, apparently they just give them a quick scrub with a brillo and they are ready to be re-used. My impending fate of transmitted disease and illness was just shoved in my arm, it surprisingly didn’t hurt but the bitter taste of my nice clean body being polluted with a needle that had probably been used 50 prior to me was just too much and i began to cry. The Chinese lady mumbled some comforting words in Chinese to me before pushing ...
... to the hotel and do some research for dinner. From my bed I could see night falling and the lights of the city come to life. While researching a good place for dinner, I read several articles about the hazardous levels of pollution in the air in Shanghai. It seems that there were several days of little to no coastal breezes, which caused all air in Shanghai to become stagnant and kept the pollution from dispersing. On Friday, the particles in the air were ...
... for the day... Do people revolt because they want to improve their own conditions? Or do people revolt because they see a difference in socio-economic status and want to prevent the gap from growing? Or is just a quest to prevent someone worse from gaining power? It was an hour and half discussion, we could have kept talking for hours. It was great. There are some pretty smart cookies on this ...
... what makes these tasty dumplings special! You have to be careful when biting into them for the first time - you risk squirting yourself and the person across the table with this (often very hot) soup! The trick is to bite a wee hole in it, throw your table manners to the wind, and slurp out that soupy goodness! THEN you can get on with eating the rest of your dumpling :o)
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