Manhattan Grand Hotel

North of Kunlun Main Street, Bayuquan District, Yingkou, Liaoning, 115007, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on North of Kunlun Main Street, Bayuquan District, Yingkou.
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    A travel blog entry by radsolv on Aug 23, 2014

    June 15, 214 Having vegetated at the LA Adventurer Hotel for far too long, I finally generated an escape velocity, booked a ticket to /Guangzhou China on China Southern Airlines. Flt. # _____. Fifteen hours non stop LAX to CAN. Said some goodbyes but not ...

    Days in Jinzhou

    A travel blog entry by radsolv on Aug 17, 2014

    Had my hair cut and colored today by friend of Hong Yang. Looks good. Complements on it. Takes off a few years.

    Su Ze or Susan teaches English to youngsters ages 5 to 12. This is what she wants to do.

    She had open a drink and snack store at the local college. But it closes during school holidays. And it is not ...

    IPad Notes

    A travel blog entry by radsolv on Jul 29, 2014

    ... UD$ 275
    Dpt: 12:30 PM from Baiyun Airport Domestic departure
    Arv: 16:30 Taoxian Airport
    7:30 AM Taxi from Royal Garden Hotel to Baiyun AirPt. c. 40 min. RMB 128 = $21
    Su Ze met me at Taoxian. High Spd Train one hour to Jingzhou. Booked into hotel RMB 100 /night. ] Clean, comfortable, friendly though they don't speak a word of English. Air conditioning a little too coolbut they adjusted it for me.
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    Final Days in China

    A travel blog entry by lanefinch on Jun 28, 2006

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    ... send information on private placements since my firm does a lot of securities work and he asked me to speak at the Shanghai Stock Exchange, although securities law is not my area of expertise. Later in the week KC and I met with various business people and government ministers (the line between those gets blurred because some work for SOE's (state-owned enterprises). The businesses range from packaging for comsumer food products to pollution control, water treatment, ...

    Leaving Anshan

    A travel blog entry by lanefinch on Jun 24, 2006

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    My last week in Anshan was pretty amazing. Classes went well and we were taken to some very nice dinners. One night we ate at a Korean restaurant where the waitresses are all Korean college graduates who also sang and played instruments for us. (I was later told that one or more of them undoubtedly are Korean spies-seriously.) One night a very senior VP for Anshan Steel, Mr. Fu, took KC and I to dinner with his son (who we hope ...