Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)
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I flew Asiana Airlines from San Francisco to Incheon International Airport in Seoul, Korea and then to Shanghai. The flight on Asiana was terrific. I had a dish where you "assembled" large meatballs, broth, and vegetables in a large bowl. It was delicious. I had brought along some audiobooks on my MP3 player and listened to a few of those (some …
After a typical "gezellig" (this needs a Dutch expression!) evening out with another German Expat named Suse I realised that I actually more or less to forget about the most important thing. The reason that brought me to China: Work!
Working in China is different. Daily life doesn't seem so different when you only scratch on the surface but indeed it is different and it can feel lonely with my Geman-Dutch-background. I am much more used to gezelligheid (being social) during my ...
... boss, Morgan, and a professor Lindsey had from Western Michigan University at the Shanghai World Financial Center (currently the tallest building in Shanghai) for lunch. Lindsey's professor had Morgan speak in one of her classes so he invited her to come visit his school in Shanghai. She brought along her two children and her husband. We ate on the 91st floor of the building. The view is incredible. It is crazy how large of a city Shanghai is. The restaurant is ...
... canteen-style restaurant, Paul went off to look at the stalls selling cheap DVDs and CDs, while I took advantage of one of the many spa offers and had a three-hour massage (three hours!) for 100 yuan (10 pounds!!).
Suitably relaxed, we were then on our way to Shenzhen airport via the very efficient metro system, and then on our (delayed) flight to Shanghai.
We were placed in the middle of a group of men ...
... to its north. Here are the Bund, the riverside promenade lined with grand colonial buildings including the Fairmont Peace Hotel and the Shanghai Club, and the city's two main shopping streets; Nanjing Road and Huaihai Road. Pudong, Shanghai's newest district, on the Huangpu's east bank, has some of ...
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