Shanghai Gubei Garden
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The work week was a rough one. Very long and very very busy. Yesterday my boss asked me to stay in Shanghai. I was SO upset. I broke down crying in front of her. I am just soooo very tired of living in the hotel. The people who signed contracts for Shanghai have been in apartments for weeks now! I would have approached everything so much differently if I had known I was staying! On top of that, ...
... to the 100th floor Observation Deck of The Shanghai World Financial Centre. Shae (who has a fear of elevators) didn’t even wince climbing that height - it was such a breeze getting to the top ... it was a very smooth ride. What a fabulous view of the whole of Shanghai from the top, made that little more exciting with a partial glass floor! We even did the ‘tourist thing’ and got ...
If you dont like spitting... dont come here! People spit everywhere and anywhere. Some aim for bins, others dont give a sh*t and gob at your feet. One of the worst noises to me (makes me gag) is someone hocking up their snot. Happens every other second here. Its gross. People wee anywhere! I say people but thus far ive only seen kids. They have trousers that have slits in the back so when parents make them squat and ...
... The Master of the Nets is particularly regarded among garden connoisseurs for showcasing the techniques of relative dimension, contract, foil, sequence, depth and borrowed scenery. Afterwards we go on a cruise on the Grand Canal started in Beijing in northern China and reached Hangzhou in the south and is the oldest and longest manmade watercourse in the world. A cruise is one ...
... here. Jinqiao is a very westernized "neighborhood" where the school and place where I'm living are located. I am living with Brian and Jennie Munson along with their son, Nathan, and shi-tsu, PJ. They have a nice apartment that is conveniently located within biking distance of CISS. Life in Shanghai has started out very well! God has certainly given me a lot of reasons to be thankful!