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We spent most of today traveling to Shanghai. Our day began with a Tai Chi lesson from a master then right to the bus to the airport. Jenny, our local guide, truly is impressive. She spend the time describing China and all the changes that have occurred from 1949 and how each generation has struggled, both good and bad. Her parents generation, …
... he committed suicide. Yup. He was very patriotic, loving China and all, but he was very disappointed in the people of China, so to illustrate that he wanted them to be better, he jumped off a bridge and drown himself. Boy, have I been there buddy. Completely understandable.
Either way, to celebrate these holidays, you give and receive massive amounts of moon cakes. These little suckers are tricky because they can be very good OR the worst thing you've ...
... I got this time around. Last night was awesome as well, but I’m sick of typing and I’ll catch up on that with my next blog. The night of meeting new friends was fun and actually not rushed or hectic, a nice change from Beijing. THough by the time we got back to the dorm I was more than happy to crash, I’m still glad I went out. Always fun meeting new people, especially people that feel foreign in this crazy land just as much as I do. Until next time.
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The first few hours in Shanghai were wasted looking for a hostel in the dark. With the expo in town, Shanghai has even more tourists. I was a little worried I wouldn't find one, but I knew I could always stay at Jess' flat if need be. It was a really wet place when I was there. One of my days was 'wasted' in a bar because of the rain. Another was used to explore a small part of the city as well as the bund. And my third was to ...
... s past history. Dust bowl is similar to the drought in the Yunnan Province. Great Depression, well they went through worse with the you know... hint the one thing people are now aware of now and use it to criticize China. c u l t u r a l r e v o l u t i o n. (I am afraid to say it because they might be spying, especially since I am skyping with my mom. I feel that they peak sometimes, I can tell when they do.) Industrialization is happening all over ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHengsheng Peninsula International Hotel Shanghai
Beautiful, comfortable and very enjoyable. I recommend it!
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