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... refugees survived the War.
Today Shanghai’s desire to preserve this history is evident at the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum. Entry is through a small door, which is adorned with symbols of Judaism. Following a brief but emotionally touching video introduction, survivor stories from 27 Jews who managed to escape the Holocaust and artifacts from that time are displayed. The stories of escape and survival are tragic and emotional. They ...
... and rich feel to the area. There was also a small pond area with a nice pathway around and the weather was very nice with the sun shining down.
We took a random walk around the lake and headed down the unknown streets not knowing where we was heading! We stumbled across a beautiful park area. By god they make use of their parks more than we do. The have a full outdoor gym, from cross trainers to dip rack! There was people using them all free of charge and no harm to the ...
... the depths below as I wait for the elevator at nights. During the day, the adults in light green and yellow uniforms can be seen taking care of the grounds and mopping floors of the hallways. I seldom see homeless people lying around doing nothing. Most beggars are extremely old or crippled in some way. And the beggars seem to have a home somewhere. I seldom see people sleeping in public after dark. These poor do work ...
Ni Hao Everyone!
Ready for a religion lesson?!
I had a very interesting day today, ( June 6th, 2013). I signed up for a Temple Tour through The Shanghai Community Center. There were 6 of us with 2 tour guides visiting 4 different religious temples: Buddhism, Taoism, Confucius, and an Islam Mosque. Of course, there are also Christian Churches and Jewish temples in Shanghai but today's tour focused on the traditional temples. We ...
... that the glass floor looked down on the building below rather than the street but hey ho, you can’t have it all. We played camera club on each of the viewing platforms, but I actually got my favourite photo just as we were about to leave. The toilet with the best view in the city, too cool!
We discovered that Shanghai had the fastest passenger train in the world, the Maglev. This runs from the city to the airport. So there was no question we were going for a ...