Mingde Grand Hotel Shanghai
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... a Macgyver' and replaced the missing split pin with a piece of bamboo skewer! I rammed that skewer in so hard that it stayed put for the entire trip back to Germany!
The subway and magnetic levitation train rides back were uneventful and even going through the check-in and customs was painless. That meant we had another 3 hours to kill before the flight and the Shanghai-Pudong Airport isn't anything to write home about. Well actually it is because it isn't like any ...
Han Lin told us that he gives the same briefing we received to the US State Department, the US Treasury Department, and frequent high-level delegations from the US military. His comments were that he was very impressed with the depth of the questions your kids asked. Commenting that the US delegations frequently don't ask the probing questions your kids did.
After Wells we swung by the Shanghai Stock Exchange for a ...
... and red. On green sign days the API is between 0-100 and the students are allowed to go outside. Even on green sign days when the air is safer, the air is not clean feeling. There is still an awful "plasticky" smell outside. On yellow sign days the API is between 101-200. On these days most students can go outside to play. Some students have notes from parents instructing them to stay inside. On red sign days the API is above 200. On red sign days no students ...
... every article of clothing. I also think much of the studding was done himself, which is a lot of studs. His hat was completely covered, his shirt had some along the sleeves, his jean vest did as well, he has about a dozen bracelets all with studs, a spike necklace, his pants had studs along the pockets, his cheetah print shoes had studs all over, and his bag had dozens and dozens of studs as well. He also listened to his music on his phone without headphones and ...
... everything was still in Chinese. Fortunately the security guard could talk us through it, and we ended up with 1700 RMB.
A$1 = 6 Yuan
1Yuan = 17c
A 5-minute walk through the airport brought us to the Maglev (Magnetic Levitation)Ticket office. The magnev is a system of transportation that uses magnetic levitation to suspend, guide and propel vehicles from magnets rather than using mechanical methods, such as ...
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