Millennium Hongqiao Hotel Shanghai
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... s center. Living in the biggest city in the world has been interesting. I mean, you definitely know that there are 27 million people living here in some places more than others. There are some places where the crowds of people are absolutely overwhelming and if you are smallish (like me) you can actually feel quite closterphobic. I keep thinking of Uncle Jim or Paul coming here and towering over everyone. They would probably be able to breathe easier. I have been ...
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I even got some paper cutouts made of Team Tourle-Choi .. can you spot the resemblance??
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... not be celebrated on as grand a scale as it may warrant!
I was wrong!
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... when we come to their shop. One of them always moves his eyebrows up and down while opening his eyes wide, and they all say "good morning!" "how are you!". By the way, saying good morning is quite the common greeting, usually paired with hello and hi. It tickles me, so I always say it back, especially in the afternoon and evening.
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