Rendezvous Merry Hotel Shanghai
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8.00am breakfast (sleep in... Yay) 9.00am Rehearsal in Hotel Lunch @ hotel Daytime Concert combined with local schools Lu Wan Middle School Visit Jang An Temple in afternoon? Tour of the Bund Lu Wan Middle School Link to information http://www.lwedu.sh.cn/website/Detail.a spx?InfoGuid=3543f667-0a6c-4daf-bbe6-3f 8d3e9cbaf7 The Bund The Bund, also …
... meat and vegetable creating a nice product that is both flavorful and filling. Because employees are trained to portion out correctly the food waste is minimal.
The location is beautifully decorated with communal and private sitting. They have a great balcony with a stadium setting that lends itself to lectures and meetings.
The take away besides a great lunch was that to do business in ...
... Absolutely nothing to do with science or technology, unless you include the selling of smart phones, iPods, tablets, handbags, shirts and shoes in there.
She is a fantastic guide! She knows Shanghai really well, and knows what is important to know, so points out essential signs, pathways and coffee shop/toilet stops. Fuzhou Road is full of beautiful calligraphy shops, as well as a Foreign Bookstore that would rival any bookstore in ...
... People's Square area, but we couldn't find the other one. The Shanghai Art Museum is not overly big, but it has a nice varitey or Chinese art. It is all Chinese art, there are no works by foreigners, but you get to see a nice range from older style landscapes, patriotic, European style copies and abstract. You could see a Chinese version (and by that I mean produced by a Chinese artist) of any Chinese or foreign style of art that you could imagine. The second sight that I had ...
... to the Jade Buddha Temple, Diana tells us how Northern Chinese consider everything a dumpling, but in the south, 'dumplings' all have a distinctive name. This all stemmed from me asking her if I would be able to find the huge soup dumpling that you needed to use a straw to aid in eating. I guess she misheard me and just started calling it a "super dumpling" and assumed I referred everything as a dumpling.
Our guide Diana has quite ...