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Okay, so Shanghai is the world's largest city. It is actually it's own province. The total area of the city is just over 2,400 square miles. My home is in Allegan County, Michigan. Combining Allegan and the adjacent county of Barry, that land equals 2,400 square miles. All of that area in one city. It took a half hour to drive on the highway from Pudong Airport to Alex's house in Puxi. Puxi is the old part of Shanghai, the west, and Pudong is the new ...
Visited Yu Gardens and did some final shopping in the morning.
Red Thread organizes a Children's Candlelit Party at the hotel - this is an opportunity for the girls to celebrate their common bond, recap what they learned in China and than their parents for the opportunity to go. Each girl was helped to create a candle with items significant from their hometown visits. This was very sweet.
After a short rest ...
... s the Chinese driving. Traffic lights and roads don’t mean a lot. For sure pedestrians are expendable. Fortunately Anna has a bright idea to head for the tourist centre and on the way we find 2 rickshaws that are willing to take us. We pay over the odds but when you’re in a rush, you pay over the odds. The kids are thrilled, we’re not. The crazy driving is bearable in the relative safety of a taxi but when the rickshaws drive in the wrong lane and snake around ...
... training session with some government representatives, who told us nothing we didn't already know in a long and drawn out fashion.
Post-meeting, Jo saw she had a missed call from Sarah, and so she gave her a buzz back. Sarah was just calling to make sure that Jo told me I wouldn't be allowed to take part in the ceremony at church, and that I could sit at the back during the sermon. What she said along with the fact that she felt the need to call Jo about it made ...
... to throw fish in the river with him and a few others from the office. We drove to the outskirts of town where we released fish into the river *See photos. We paid men who, ultimately, catch fish to sell as food, and then we released them back into the river. People do this to symbolize giving life - with the notion that if you give life to these fish, which have been captured to eat, then you will be returned the favor in a similar way, ...