Shanghai Marriott Hotel Hongqiao
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... Fried bananas. Fried cheese. Barbecued whole quail. Fried crayfish. The sights, sounds, and aromas were something to behold! The cameras had fun here! :-). No sampling - too risky for anyone but Cliff!
Off to learn how to make beautiful silk items - paintings and rugs. We learned about the life cycle of the silkworm and there were plenty of opportunities to purchase these works of art. The needlework takes ...
... see everything other than the people! The cars were tiny! We didn't actually realise how high up it would be!! It was amazing! We then headed up to the 100th floor- now we thought 97th floor was good, we were blown away!!! It was spectacular!! We found a good spot facing the Oriental Pearl, Paul set up his GoPro to take photos every 10 seconds and waited for the sunset and the lights to come on. As the sun set the lights began coming on, it was beautiful but we were still waiting ...
... 8217; that could be shared amongst them all. Familiar sights of muesli bars, biscuits, tim tams, chips and cup noodles, brought a group of very tired girls back to their bouncing bubbly selves. All more than happy to assist Tian in consuming the array of goodies now bestowed upon her, and Tian more than happy to share! Classes from Wednesday through to Friday were filled with further Chinese lessons, regular classes, and cultural lessons. Biology proved to be an interesting class ...
... doing today justice. I am tired. We left at 9:30am and did not get home until 9:00pm. I have had an amazing day. I really have learned so much already. The school was fascinating. The Garden had so many little stories for every single little place and statue. I am on sensory overload.
I am beat. I am tyring to blog each night before I go to bed so I dont forget everything. Danielle, my roommate is fast asleep.
... final exhibit is one of Chinese Expressionism is what Ambre, her friends, Frederic and I went to see on this damp and blustery Saturday afternoon, just two days before its closure. The exhibition included works by Luo Zhongli, Zhou Chunya, Xia Xiaowan and Zhang Enli; who are apparently quite big names in Chinese art.
To say it briefly, the art was not to my taste! But then again, a lot of contemporary stuff isn’t. If I wanted a huge canvas ...