Jin Sha Hotel
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I have successfully arrived in Shanghai after a long day of traveling. Thankfully I upgraded to business class so I was able to completely recline the chair and sleep. Per dads request I'll describe business class. They offer you drinks as soon as you board and provide you with a menu. We started out with nuts and water then were served a salmon appetizer, a salad, the main course (I had Mongolian beef,) followed by a cheese and grapes plate, and completed with an ice cream ...
... time of their installation in 2014, they will be the world's fastest single-deck elevators (18 metres/second) and double-deck elevators (10 metres/second). The building will also hold the record for the world's furthest-travelling single elevator, at 578.5 metres (1,898 ft), surpassing the record held by the Burj Khalifa. When completed, the Shanghai Tower will join the Jin Mao Tower and SWFC to form the world's ...
... a nice relatively clear day and little smog. Showing how small a world it can be, we spotted the Taiwanese man we saw earlier in the week at one of the water villages here in one of the city's bakeries. Not bad in a city of 23+ million people.
It's impossible to access Google here, let alone Facebook or YouTube and yet there is something called Weibo with many having VPN accounts so they can still get to ...
... all work together to create the book. It's impossible to read a fourth chapter without it reflecting what you learned in the third. Imagine how confusing Harry Potter would have been if we had started at the end! We don't get to ever end a chapter. It goes with us to the next, and the next, and the next. They don't just close.
Also, I loathe the peace that is implied with these statements. Its as if the idea of a chapter closing should bring immediate ...
... to submit the results to the company, and also I will give certificates to the top performing students. She said she meant that I can just fabricate the results and not tell anyone.
It's nice to feel like your hard work is so highly valued...
Obviously I'm not going to be dishonest as she suggests but will have to reduce the number of questions I ask each student to two each instead of four. *Sigh*