Harbour Hotel (Hai Tai)

Address: No.1188 Siping Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200085, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the 鞍山 area of Shanghai, is near Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Silk Museum, and Yangpu Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

First day in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by humberwright on Oct 11, 2014

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Woke at 4:30am to catch our flight. Probably had about 4 hours sleep as my back was playing up ��. It was raining so hard this morning. Again it was very easy to get our tickets and board the plane The pollution in Beijing is even worse apparently so planes going there were delayed and forming a backlog so our plane was delayed by 45 mins as other planes went before us. We flew with Air China the breakfast was mental. A rotten egg ...

Heading Home - Shanghai & The Toabao Markets

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 30, 2014

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... where we could buy some fake designer clothing and watches. Sales of fake designer gear in Shanghai are technically illegal and we thought we may be asking just too much of our Concierge. To our surprise however, he immediately provided us with some business cards for the Toabao City Clothing Gift Market. "I always shop there!" he exclaimed. "I buy all my wife's birthday presents there too!".

Our taxi delivered us to a large, ...

Shanghai t

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 27, 2014

... this theatre is used a lot by the government and for the past several times, they have had to take guests to another venue to see this show. As any of you who have seen Cirque de Soleil shows, you will know that Chinese acrobats are amazing - both in terms of the strength moves they can do, the balance they show doing it, and the incredible positions they can get in to. There were girls on unicycles juggling and doing all sorts of tricks, one ...

Final Thoughts About China

A travel blog entry by ssodhi on Jul 25, 2013

... adult in China.

Biggest Challenges of being a new adult in China:

  • Eating... (finding food and time)
  • Working out/staying active
  • Finding a social network with regular activities
  • Balancing work life and that social life (once you find it)
  • Laundry (no coin laundry places in China and no time to do it)
Anyone that plans to go to China, especially to Shanghai, will find it ...

Chinese Toilet Training!

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Sep 09, 2012

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... br> 2) Gei-mian-zi: involves the giving of face to others through showing respect.
3) Liu-mian-zi: this is developed by avoiding mistakes and showing wisdom in action.
4) Jiang-mian-zi: this is when face is increased through others, i.e. someone complementing you to an associate.
In schools, this can be seen at a basic level in the way that children are not supposed to ask questions. Asking a question could show they don’t ...