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... 90+ stories to the earth below.One can also be aware of the severe air pollution from up there. In fact the Sun was covered with haze while I was there so it could not be seen.
The ancient city of Zhujiajiao was where I lost my camera. The village is about an hour away from central Shanghai. It is more than a thousand years old and is a village built on canals like Venice except smaller canals and very narrow streets. The streets are lined with ...
... coming into the US from the Canadian border pre-9/11. They never asked me a single question. The police officer who looked as bored as any American I have seen in the same job took my passport, scanned it and handed it back to me. No question of why was I in China, why did I have twenty pounds of medications in my bag, nothing. And just like that we were in China.
An attractive young woman who was surprisingly just as tall ...
... to call politicians to account and we have the opportunity every three years to kick them out of office. Here in a one party state, with a very controlled press (the english news has been talking about the unrest in Vietnam towards Chinese nationals but has no mention of China's actions in the South China Sea), power definitely corrupts and a few lines on socialism from George Orwell come to mind; 'All animals are equal, but ...
Shanghai WOW what a place, the sky rises were phenomenal! The first evening we were there we went out into the city to explore & to describe it would be a mix between New York & Las Vegas! There was so many people on the streets we saw people doing karaoke and dancing classes, in what would be in the middle of St Stephens Street in Norwich (but on a much bigger scale!) I have never seen a street like this one, there was literally ...
We woke up this morning in Shanghai. Ian told me to look outside and there was the Pearl Tower. The one you always hear about with the bubbles. Right across the river from where we're docked. How convenient. China is quite a country. Polluted is your first impression. The level of air pollution was far worse than Ian expected, but better than I did. Either way, its not good and a real shame since there really are some good things about this country. We were on a tour today that ...