Jinjiang Magnotel By MetroPolo Shanghai (Tongji University)
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... fried, with soup inside them that you drink with a straw. It seemed like a strange dish, but I tried it anyway. They were interesting with a hint of seafood flavouring. Whilst in Shanghai you should definitely try one.
At the end of the day, we were heading to Xi-an. Shanghai was a wonderful experience and city full of life and charm. Business men and wealth. I hope you get a chance to see this city for yourself. You will enjoy it. Believe me.
... lookout to view this great city and finally to Chinatown Yep that’s right in China they have Chinatown who would have thought that????
As the rain fall here in China has been quite low the Yangtze River is too low for our boat to meet us so we are ferried by Coach for some 3 hours to meet the boat at a little town of Fengdu. Arriving at 10: pm we all head for bed to gain some energy for our next part of our venture along the Yangtze River through ...
... frank - for example, one poster about the redevelopment of the Bund (photo attached) says "The dull steps lowered the visitors' willingness to get closer to the water" for the "before" photo, and for "after" says "After reconstruction, the refined environment design forms the natural transit to the waterfront". Architect friends of Alex say they start to design one month, and commence building the next. Simple.
In the meantime, ...
... stalls selling trinkets and plenty of restaurants and bars to keep you entertained. There is a little stream that runs through this section which makes it all very tranquil. Well as tranquil as you can get in a Chinese city. We even had a few beautifully sunny, smog free, clear days which were a welcome change. But our time in Yangshou came to an end and soon we were whizzing back to Guilin airport and boarding a flight to Shanghai.
Shanghai is a ...
... to two Secondary Schools. One provided boarding for students from several other countries other than China. We were given a tour of the campus and visited a few classrooms. The next Secondary School we visited was rated as a top five school in all of China. It had a beautiful campus. At the school we were part of a forum on Confucius and Socratic Philosophies. There were roughly 150-200 principals, teachers, and students ...