Sijia International Service Apartments
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- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... I was sent a text message from a friend at the center where I started working ( I am a floater until I get my paperwork for Hangzhou so I go where I am needed) and he invited me to see a play with him and some friends! We had talked about my theater obsession at one point so he thought of me when these tickets came up! I was exhausted from getting home late from the circus but knew that I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to see a show in Shanghai!
... but we'd walked so far that morning that we arrived at the market without even needing to use the subway. The walk was lovely (with the exception of the many, many photos being taken of us) and the market was really cool, but they were both so busy. I bought a pair of new balance trainers for £13!!! We got lost in the market and had no idea how to get to the nearest subway station (we're still not using maps to navigate ourselves, just directions and signs ...
... were all squat toilets. We are ready to depart to go to do our performance. For the first time during our stay in China, I used normal toilets in public. When we first arrived at the school, few children were waiting for us and we split into groups. We got a tour of the school and we taught the children how to sing the chorus of the song 'Click go the Shears' and Jordan just corrected me XD today is our last day in China. I cannot wait to go to Germany. I realised that ...
After an overnight train from Beijing we arrived in Shanghai in the mid morning. After checking in and getting a much need shower and a change of clothing we went out for an early lunch and an orientation walk. Modern Shanghai is high skyscrapers (they really do scrape the sky as well) with lots of colonial buildings along the riverside (the Bund) and in 'sections' throughout the city. We found ourselves at the Shanghai museum which is one of the ...
... in a way that doesn't involve pointing at pictures.
3. Haggle at the fake market (I already tested out my Chinese skills and it was a drastic improvement from my first trip there... tai gui leg - too expensive, yi bai- 100.) You would all be so lucky to see my haggling. There have been rumored attempts to video me doing it when I'm not looking.
4. Tell my kids the equivalent of shape up or ship out in Chinese.
More to come soon!
Love to all,