Shanghai Qing Pu Hotel

No.79 Chengzhong North Road, Qingpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201700, China | Hotel
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Authentic Chinese Tea Ceremony in Shanghai...<3

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 07, 2013

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When you come to Shanghai, your visit would not be complete without participating in an authentic traditional tea ceremony.

Ricky took myself and 3 other tour mates to a beautiful authentic Chinese tea house to take part in a traditional ceremony. This practice gives you the opportunity to try different teas, watch the expert pour and make the blends in various ancient methods to get the most flavor and benefit of each type, and learn ...

Landing in China and the start of it all

A travel blog entry by tongue_on_fire on Aug 28, 2013

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... min walk outside. Current metro system of 14 lines (last long stare at the metro map revealed 16 lines, but 14 and 15th weren't there) was developed from just 2 lines 10 years ago. The city grows in scope and scale, often regenerating it's own limbs - abolishing the sheds of "native locals" and building high compounds with security guards instead. Yet, as the building of a new compound brings work, earnings and raises the price of land for those around, the ...

Where, Oh Where, Oh Where is Simon?

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Apr 10, 2013

... lunchtime at Gubei school on Tuesday, one of the other teachers came into the office with a piece of paper and a dictaphone. First she asked me "ni hui shuo zhongwen ma?" (can you speak Chinese?)..."wo shuo de bu hao" (I can't speak well) and so she indicated the sheet of paper and said "you read" and then presses record on the dictaphone. And so I read. Fortunately there weren't too many mistakes in the texts, and quite a few of those that were there ...

Care Packages, Foot Massages, and Milk Shakes

A travel blog entry by rbaneck on Nov 30, 2012

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... room on the floor with a box cutter, carving stars out of foam board for the upcoming Christmas program, when in walked the school secretary with a box... for me. It was a package all the way from the United States! I wasted not a second and put that box cutter to work. The care package from a dear friend of mine warmed my heart! She knows me well... chocolate, coffee, and (most fun of all) a ...

Revin' it up in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by graysoncobb on Sep 29, 2012

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... and the Pearl tower. Its a striking juxtaposition of old business and new.

Two $20 dollar cocktails each, and english speaking staff, happy momma, and a killer view on the 14th floor of the Peninsula hotel and we're ready to get this sidecar tour started.

Thomas is drop dead gorgeous, and french. His family has been in the silk industry for generations and generations so he decided to make the permanent ...