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We made it to Shanghai! Of course not without a few glitches such as: T breaking her flat bed seat hence forcing us to move seats ( see photo of poor flight attendant trying to fix the bed) I spent 7 hours out of a 14 hour flight trying to figure out why my tv was only in German, until same flight attendant pushed one button and proceeded to laugh …
Our river cruise was between 11am and midday. We cruised upstream astonished (again) at all the changes on both sides of the river but also enjoying the continuous river traffic. It was a bit clearer today and very warm in the weak sun whenever it poked through the smog. After around half an hour the boat turned around and retraced the route back to our starting point, but on the other (Western) side of the river.
... I got my first bush blow (chinese style)
experience. This lovely plump looking old lady with grey hair, wacks
a finger on the nostrol, and out comes a huge old gobby. Right on the
tarmac for everyone to see. I thought that nothing would shock me
after living on res. But admittedly she could have out gobbied any
country res kid I ever knew. Truely disgusting. What if one lands on
my foot or something? What if one lands on my skin? I will just die.
... the case this week and I get to tell you all about more dumpling making and our trek to the Nike Logistics Center outside of Shanghai. Now, let's begin!
Back in Beijing, I got to try my hand at making some dumplings with the BICC. It was a good time, and I found that I enjoyed it quite a bit, though it is a lot of work. So, here I am in Shanghai, and I get an email from the program coordinator, Adam Arthur, that we'd be making dumplings during the week. My response ...
... apparently the students took me fully at my word when I said I wanted to experience and understand their history, culture and life)!
We started the morning over looking the Huangpu River while we ate breakfast in the hotel. We then walked across the street, stood on the Garden Bridge and watched the local River traffic -- cargo ships carrying dirt. We walked over to Huangpu Park and the Monument ...