Hilton Shanghai Hongqiao
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... like the city of Chengdu (on my itinerary to visit two weeks later) was planning? I hope so.
With my work done and belly full but a night still young (11pm), I decided to hit the town. After going into a truly bizarre nightclub of young Chinese who were ONLY there to play drinking games before being dragged out, I ended up at Mooks -a fairly westernised nightclub which was a melting pot of ex-pats from all over the World and some phat beats. It was a lot of fun.
Bed at 2am. ...
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... from Bubba's ever again, I think.
Friday we went to Ti Amo for pizza, and Louise surprised us by having her baby there! Her sweet mother was also there, trying to get the baby to smile for us. Her name is a combination of Family and Shanghai, it's really pretty but I always forget it. The baby didn't want anyone to hold her expect grandma, so cute. But soon it was time for them to go and for us to eat our pizza. Louise's mother invited us over ...
... yet another near death, normal everyday experience here in Shanghai. But like I said, I am used to that now. I am used to almost being hit, I am used to cramming my body through tight throngs of people to get where I want to be, I am used to yelling over car horns and ignoring all the loud traffic noises. I won't say I like it or dislike it, I am just in it. And I don't mind.
The other night, Jamie and I NEEDED some Oreos. Jamie also apparently felt it ...
... Liangzhu people. Jade pieces were also stitched on the funerary face covering cloth.
It was only after a social change that jade began to be used as ornamental pieces. The Hindustan octagonal jade box inlaid with gems dates back to 1736-1795 AD from the Qing Dynasty.
Next, I moved on to the furniture and clothing displays. In 1960, a group of wooden figurines and a set of ...