Jinjiang Magnotel By MetroPolo Shanghai (Tongji University)
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... A deer, Lu, sounds like the word for prosperity, and thus is frequently seen in decorations. Rooftops are enhanced with statues of military figures, civil servants and other careers. The Chinese are always alert for the evil spirits. These demons do not have knees, so high entranceways keep them out of the homes and temples. The ever-present dragon with his long tail and ball in his mouth, which holds his powers, adorns walls and rooftops. A large ...
... and repeating me when I said "oh! so sneaky!" Because he kept doing really fast sneaky shots! - Shared the Oreos in the office, only enough for one each (I initially thought anyway, until I'd managed to scoff about 10 to myself, sneakily pulling them out of the tin hidden in my desk drawer) - Did some mandarin lessons on laptop as I had done all my work for the week. Actually learnt some useful stuff! It's a great audio programme that Joanna put onto my ...
... purchases and that they are secure as once we got back to the hotel, the Gucci wallet I bought was missing.
After our shopping we decided to try the underground to return to East Nanjing Rd. There was no way we could have navigated this alone. Walking up to a westerner we asked how we did it all. He offered the services of his interpreter and there you go, tickets out of the machine, which track to go to and overcoming the fear ...
... Unlike M1NT, the crowd at M3 was predominately Chinese. The music was very centered around Top 40 style hits and the atmosphere more like a frat than an executives club.
Drinking Game Directions:
We learned a dice drinking game that is apparently very popular in China. It requires a set of 5 dice and a cup for each player involved. Using the cup upside down, each player shakes their dice on the table and covers their roll with the cup to ...
... oxygen or breathing through your nose, it is a tough choice! Then the final layer of the toilet experience, even in the nice shiny western toilets in shopping centres and hotel is the 'bin’. No sewer system means no flushing toilet paper so you get a festering bin of poo lurking in the corner. I don’t think that I need to say, I will not miss the toilets in China!
Given that in normal everyday life a Chinese on a Saturday night is a lovely treat you ...