Shanghai Gubei Garden
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... with pork, shrimp and crab, and other small dishes. No snake wine, though.
Dinner was early so we could catch the Shanghai Circus World show, called ERA. This is very similar to Cirque du Soleil shows; in fact, Cirque consulted with this group when it was planning the show. It was great, spectacular even. We had front row seats, and the crescent shaped stage was very close to us (sorry, no photography was allowed during the performance, but we were able to take pictures ...
... Absolutely nothing to do with science or technology, unless you include the selling of smart phones, iPods, tablets, handbags, shirts and shoes in there.
She is a fantastic guide! She knows Shanghai really well, and knows what is important to know, so points out essential signs, pathways and coffee shop/toilet stops. Fuzhou Road is full of beautiful calligraphy shops, as well as a Foreign Bookstore that would rival any bookstore in ...
... of puppets and children had a hands on experience with some of them. Shan was lucky to give it a try and she had so much fun! Then we watched a puppet show. It was really nice, especially the one that was made of 3 pieces of simply cloth. I was quite impressed.
It was a full day. We went to Nanjing Dong Lu for another shopping spree. I am never such a big fun a Nanjing Lu so after an Ice cream and a ...
... Zandra (some of my classmates), and I all went out for a nice last dinner and had some classic Shanghai food.
I had an amazing last few days in Shanghai and I cannot wait to go back. Shanghai was a very international city with evidence of westernization. However, they do preserve the ancient China there as well which I liked. A little bit of ying and yang in its appearance. I hope to someday have an internship there.
... this guide isn’t the talkative type and was content to leave us alone. However he did accompany us to the check-in desk, which kind of threw me off – I’d have preferred to do that on my own really.
Randomly they wanted to see inside Amy’s case for no apparent reason, but after they seen that we weren’t smuggling fireworks or drugs we got checked in & through security......and away from our guide at last. Must say Shanghai ...