InterContinental Shanghai Pudong
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favourite part of china and definatly stayed in the best hotel of my whole trip.(intercontinental shanghai) hotel was very modern and had state of the art amenities and facilities. would love to stay there again.
... story about the impact of the “Cultural Revolution.” on her life. What a nightmare for normal urban residents whose complete families were split up so the parents could be sent to rural China to be “re-educated.” Mae was born in 1975 a year before the revolution started. Her parents were both teacher and sent to a farm. After the 10 years the revolution ended and her parents went back to teaching. She said that many people ...
First I'm sure that you'll be pleased to know that I met with musical instrument guru Mr Zhang last night, and he agreed to build a production prototype of the banjolele hand made by my partner Curt (with a little aggro from me). This is but a first step in the process of having our instruments made in, and distributed ...
... Just as the girls have been identifying with their own Chinese cultural differences to that of our homeland, Dr Zee has also been taking note of her own observations along this journey as well. A personal incident early in the week highlighted one element to her. As most rooms were fitted with a bar fridge, Dr Zee’s was not. So their friendly "go to man" George, eager to make her feel more at home, arranges for one to be delivered to her room. Quite happy ...
... I love that they hang their laundry anywhere: ...electrical lines, fences..One old man had his hanging on the trees, bushes and wires in a small public park. Nobody takes them. They are removed when they are dry.
There is a Waldorf Astoria in Shanghai. which has its own major traffic sign pointing the way. Also the lovely French concession, and beautiful People's park didn't have nearly as many people and activities ...