Travel Blogs from Ningbo
... due to tax purposes and than changed to RMB as its a Chinese based company.
Finally I had a meeting with Mr Shen, the company partner in charge of the Hanzhou office to discuss my further relationship with the company and strategies for approaching Dutch clients.
I finished off the week by a trip to Shanghai right before my departure back home.
First of all thanks to everyone who's been commenting and emailing back!!
It's apparently the official start of summer here in China and a lot of you have been asking about the weather here so here’s a little Ningbo weather report for you:
Up until mid-April it was still pretty chilly. The Ugg boots out and the heating was on in the evenings. I don't know about summer just yet ...
We left early on Wednesday morning to head for Zhoushan Island (舟山岛). Before heading to the hotel, we went to Mount Putuo (普陀山). Mount Putuo is considered to be the home of Guanyin (a form of Buddha) and is one of the four sacred mountains in Chinese Buddhism. We were able to walk around and see ...
... The acoustics were much better than the concert in Yuhuan, but it was difficult to play because it was freezing cold. Our soloist was not able to play one of the pieces because his fingers were too cold. Nevertheless, our audience was great. They loved to clap along with our songs and they cheered especially loud when our American singers sang in Chinese along with our Chinese singers. It was a really good concert.
From: Kevin Trehearn
Sent: 18 January 2007 11:50
To: Kevin & Tracie Trehearn
Subject: RE: 2nd attempt
Please, please, please you no pick me up. We have already paid for taxi and it is a total waste - especially since I'll sleep all the way home!
Besides, will be unfair on Paul to ...