Metropark Hotel Shenzhen
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... our sad little routine all the while throwing candy to the crowd.
And lastly, back tracking a bit, in addition to performing Jingle Bells, in typical Chinese fashion, I was asked the day of the concert to take stage and perform a Taylor Swift number with my grade 6. There, I had to memorize a few lines and steps to go along with the class. Again, I was amazed with everyone’s stellar performance. Most likely one of the better performances of the night, ...
... late at night it runs uphill. We then wandered along Hollywood Street to our hotel. In the afternoon we did a little shopping before the rain started. For dinner we had one of our first Western meals of the trip. After dinner we got our suitcases organized as we fly back to Shanghai tomorrow. We have a taxi coming for us at 4 ...
... peaceful oasis and it was hard to believe we were surrounded by bustling Hong Kong.
We caught the MTR back down to Tsim Sha Tsui and walked across to the art gallery, mainly to see an exhibition about the Parisian influence on Chinese art. This was a small but interesting exhibition, shaded in our view by another exhibition of Chinese art through the centuries - again with excellent brochures to take away which explained the most important ...
... of see in to the bathroom when it was in use.
We went to the cinema nearly three times during our stay and we watched "Maleficent" which was quite decent but Angelie Jolie carried the whole thing. "Edge of tomorrow" with Tom cruise and it was surprisingly good but a tiny bit cliché. Then we also watched "A Million ways to Die in the West" Seth Macfarlane's new film which was quite funny just not on the same level as his previous film ...
... don't want to take that chance and use primarily white teachers.
Bear in mind that my experiences aren't everywhere. Like I said, places like Shenzhen are different from Chongqing, where people are literally scared of black people. Not, "maybe they'll steal from me" scared, either, more like "they have diseases and if they come near me I might die". Also, all the things I say are generalizations--they don't occur in all parts of China, and not all are ...