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... was a wonder too. Fuzhou Road had been my favorite street for years. I came here and checked out bookstores every time I visited Shanghai. With the big change in the cultural climate for publishing industry due to the rise of digital reading and online shopping, physical bookstores were endangered specie everywhere. I personally did most of my reading in iBook or Kindle, and shopped books through Amazon because it was just easy. A relative I met yesterday said ...
... br> We walked back to the concierge to ask about getting a shuttle to the grocery store recommended to us by another expat couple we met in the elevator. They have been living here for three years and are going home next month. We were told the place to shop was called Carrefour. She did warn us that it could be a daunting place on the weekend and to be prepared. We had a bit of a mix up with the schedule and found that the shuttle didn’t ...
Day 20 - Shanghai gardens and Markets
Dr Zara Dennis entry
Monday was a trip to the Shanghai museum and what seems
to have been a favourite with the students, the Yuyuan Garden markets The museum
again was a chance to explore at our own pace... The students were all given a quiz/question
sheet to answer about the exhibits as they looked round. I swear I did not get
all excited by the small area in the bronze works about copper ...
The Internet is being really difficult in Beijing but I will try to get the last pictures of Shanghai up as soon as I can... Yesterday was a very good last day in Shanghai. While dad had some disappointments with a billionaire guy not being able to make it to a meeting. It was a nice day for me to relax and go to the spa! The spa was extravagant and over the top and I won't boast too much ...
... might not have anything else to do.
Before we met our Chinese friends, we decided to grab a bite to eat at a local Japanese restaurant. While we were there, I received a text saying that they were going to Pudong to see the fireworks, were taking a car, and didn't have enough room. So, BLAH. No longer a plan for New Year's Eve... but I didn't really mind. Yes, it would have been cool to see the fireworks and it would have been nice to do something. But in America, I ...