Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... now owned by the Shanghai Pudong Development Bank, all of the materials were imported from Britain! This happened in the early part of the 20th century. Another interesting building was the Peace Hotel. The first 5 star in Shanghai - there is a beautiful atrium surrounded by silver plaques depicting scenes from old Shanghai. More shopping followed on Nanjing Road. The road is a pedestrian walkway which means you shop until you drop ...
... want based off of fit, intelligence etc. It is essentially a cure for companies having to sift through tens of thousands of resumes for 5 job openings. He also runs a consulting firm, and shared some interesting anonymous stories with us. One was of a large Fortune 50 company who acquired a Chinese company over the course of 2 years...they did a legal and a financial due diligence but not an HR due diligence. By the end of the 2 years, the chairman of the ...
... Monday, at my office and in my new role.The people I work with are all incredibly friendly and helpful. It is a fun environment, although a little challenging with the language difference to start. A lot of people know me from pre- Henkel days when I travelled and this is helpful to have friendly and familiar faces and to be able to recount past successes and business. Also it helps those I do not know to become more comfortable with me. It is always nice ...
... plates of fish, beef, pork, tofu, squid, scallops arranged in individual shells, and the ubiquitous watermelon at the end. We load up on the bus for the 3 hour ride north to Shanghai. At one point, the trip included a boat cruise on the West Lake, but because of a festival on the lake, we are taken to the water village of Zhu Jia Jiao. Today, this village is a tourist destination. Back in the day, over 1,000 years ago, houses lined the canal ...
... glass a few inches from your nose and pass it from left to right or right to left and take a quick smell. If you smell for too long, the scent becomes unpleasant.
After the class, we began walking around to different booths to taste whiskey. Some of the more well-known whiskeys there were Jameson, Glenlivet, and Johnnie Walker. At the Jameson stand, an Irish man named Finnian provided us the knowledge of how Jameson is made. He also provided us with a free small bottle ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services