New Asia Hotel
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Ja ja, die chinesen halt...entweder man mag sie (koennen wir zwar kaum verstehen :-)) oder man mag die spuckenden, draengelnden und doch eher unfreundlichen Chinesen eben nicht. Gastfreundschaft ist hier kaum vorhanden, zumindest nicht, wenn man als normaler Tourist in die Grossstaedte reist.
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Shanghai Day 3; Fake goods, New Pudong Area Our last day Shanghai today. The cab driver last night gave us a good tip to go a shopping area really near our hotel, this is area is not for tourist and this is where the locals shop, was us told. The place was indeed really close, about 3 minute from our hotel which was on Tiantong road. When we …
My three nights in Shanghai were much like a blissful dream that, once awake, you can't seem to remember the details but the afterglow of nocturnal happiness lingers well after the toast has been buttered. Sitting on the train leaving the city, I can't seem to recall everything I did or if I did much at all. I can say, though, that I enjoyed it. …
Well last night was St. Patrick's day (Shanghai time), and it wasn't too bad. I headed down to the old French concession area (that is the part of town that the Chinese had to conceed to the French after the Opium Wars). Its full of western architecture, and of course more westerners. My Belgian friend, Mario, who had lived in Shanghai for two …
... and souvenirs as shopkeepers called out to us to buy things. Others would approach you while walking and follow you for several yards begging you to buy a watch, "iPhone," "iPad," laser pointer, etc. Ying taught me a very important phrase in Chinese that sounds like "boo-yao." It basically means, "I don't want." Before long, I was boo-yaoing every Chinese person who got near me, but it proved to be effective. Downtown Shanghai is actually not too much ...
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