Piao Ying Hotel
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... being quiet one bit.
Around 2 or so I returned to my dorm to find Jake. He and I decided to go play frisbee and recruit any of the asian girls from the upper floors that we could coerce into our friendly American antics. We discovered that our entire building consists of foreigners, ranging from Malaysia to Britain to Vietnam. Apparently it’s mostly Vietnamese people, though we happened upon the Malaysians that live 4 floors above us. There is also a Russian ...
... Bund Area where there is even more shopping you can do!
- Walk to the Old Town taking in the old historic buildings and feasting on a buffet lunch
- Taking a ferry to Pu dong and then venturing to the top of one of the highest Skyscrapers
- Walking along the Bund river with lanterns to watch Chinese New Year fireworks
- Checked out the Chinese World Expo site
- Visited the Shanghai Art Museum
- Shopped in Nanjing
- Enjoyed an ...
... longer visa via the school, then going back to get a new temporary residence permit. I will go to the school on Sunday for a test to see what my level is at and my classes should start on Monday. Getting to the school will be quite a challenge as it is on the other side of town and will require me to take a bus for about an hour and navigate using Chinese road signs. Should be an interesting few ...
... passionately and in unison; men in pairs doing a form of Tai Chi like exercises together; a woman alone off in the woods by a pond playing a saxaphone; foursomes engrossed in playing cards; children and their families in paddle boats and on rides and others playing badminton. All of these scenes in a tranquil maze-like park with each area a balance of water, trees and flowers and rock formations all very beautiful. Again a lovely contrast of quiet community and family life as well as ...