Jin Jiang Pine City Hotel
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The day started with the whole school out on the sports track doing exercises to music, much like Jump Jam, but not nearly as much fun. Each class is assessed by a panel of judges sitting on the outdoor stage. Running races, long jump, sit-ups, and relays all take place in the morning, with every child being involved in yet least two activities.
The entertainment happens in the afternoon when they have the 13-legged races. ...
... facade will be transparent, and retail and event spaces will be provided at the tower's base.The transparent facade is a unique design feature, because most buildings have only a single facade using highly reflective glass to lower heat absorption, but the Shanghai Tower's double layer of glass will eliminate the need for either layer to be opaqued. Once opened, the tower is expected to accommodate as many as ...
... it under control but just work through it with me, okay? Okay.
In other news...
Grant came to China! I've thoroughly enjoyed showing him around the city that I realize I've fall in love with! I was so happy to pick him up at the airport, help him solve random China difficulties and even help seal the deal on his new apartment last night! It's so crazy how you can "work with" a person for so many years and finally meet them on the other side of the world! ...
... seems to tacitly acknowledge that this is the real epicenter of the nation beasting Beijing by its arrogance and its panache. As our [Shenyang born] guide commented whilst we stood and admired the Bund "you know they don't like us and think they are better than everyone".. Looking around you are led to think " and why not?"
The walk on the Bund is like a history lesson of world affairs. There is the Office of ...
... Ears. I immediately braced myself for pain. Where did she think she was going with that thing? How would she know when to stop? Did she have ANY idea what she was doing? In the end, I decided to act like I did this all the time and just let her do her thing. The alternative version involved snatching the Q-tips out of her hand and lecturing her about never putting anything sharper than your elbow in your ear (please tell me I'm not the only one who ever got ...