Regal Shanghai East Asia Hotel
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... it meant a free ticket for me!
We left work SPRINTING at 5:30. We caught a cab all the way across the river to Pudong and sprinted to try and meet Amy’s friend outside the expo center. Kate had said she would wait there until 6. We arrived outside the place at 6:15 and she had given us an extra 15 minutes and was there smiling! YAY! She met us with a surprise too! 2 backstage passes to tour the place before the show started at 7:30! SO FOR A ...
... on a daily basis.
In September 2011, the Japanese firm Mitsubishi Electric Corp, announced that it had won a bid to construct the Shanghai Tower's elevator system. Mitsubishi Electric will supply all of the tower's 106 elevators, including three high-speed models capable of travelling at 1,080 metres (3,540 ft) per minute – the equivalent of 64.8 kilometres (40.3 mi) per hour, or 18 metres/second.
... Following a beer and a few pics, we decided to head to the other market which we heard was pretty good for clothes etc. To get a bit of culture into the day, we opted for the open top tourist bus to get uptown for the other market. Which was partly a good idea and partly not, as it was so slow as the driver wanted to stop for 10 mins at each stop.... but we did get some history and views of some of the hotspots of the Shanghai skyline.
Not long after getting off ...
... yawns and stretches***
Harry: How strange! I was asleep on the ground! Where am I?
Narrator 1: Harry is so sleepy it takes a minute for him to remember that he is in the Forbidden Forest. Then, he remembers something else…
Harry: Oh no!! Ron and Hermione came to the forest with me. Where are they now?! Ron?! Hermione! RON! They wouldn’t leave me alone in the forest, something must be wrong!
Narrator 2: ...
... I know this story because my dad loves to tell it, and tells it often! As I sat in the auditorium at Concordia International School Shanghai listening to the APAC rehearsal, I was reminded of this. APAC stands for Asian Pacific Activities Conference. And this week at Concordia the APAC orchestra was rehearsing for their concert on Saturday night. Throughout high school I participated in an orchestra much like this (All State). I attended ...