Renaissance Shanghai Zhongshan Park Hotel
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... an hour of presentation by the executive management on the history and offerings of Firmenich, we were escorted on a tour of the facility. Firmenich develops flavors and perfumes and is a leader in the sector. The facility included a lab to mix the various flavor molecules and a kitchen to test the application of the flavors.
With that we ended the tour of the business office and prepared ourselves for the factory tour. We were ...
... over in Shanghai at the same time as 'quite a few' other Chinese people had, to celebrate the National Day holiday. The National Day Holiday stretches over the next three days, and most Chinese don't get to choose when they have their annual leave. But they do usually have the choice of holiday venue, with most going to either Beijing or...here. I checked out several websites that evening, and they all said don't visit Shanghai during the National Holiday. Thanks ...
... closing in, and possibly providing some more shopping expeditions for their daughters, they hold off on plans until they know the ‘grand’ weights involved. Mums and Dads now ponder the possible ‘excess luggage’ weights….but deep inside know it’s a price worth paying for
the girls smiles at their new possessions….well, for now at least….until they get the dreaded call from their girls requesting the excess luggage funds ...
... and cheersing one another on another new year of great things to come. I was happy to be there, surrounded by friends who I have grown to care for very much.
Tonight we're celebrating Heather's birthday, going to an English restaurant Abbey Road, like the Beatles album. Then we'll do something else fun, not sure yet as to what will come. Tomorrow, my friend Louise invited me to go to the live finale of "China's Got Talent"! Her cousin was able to get her ...
... the old buildings on the Bund or of the modern skyscrapers in Pudong.
I also have a couple of pictures with a group of Asian people. I'm sure you're wondering why. And of course, there's a story to go along with it. As Lindsey and I were admiring the skyscrapers across the river, a middle-aged Asian man walked up to us holding a very nice looking camera with a large smile on his face. He said hello a few times and we both assumed he was going to try to take our picture and ...