Changhang Merrylin Hotel Shanghai
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We’re now in our Shanghai hotel with a view across the river to Pudong – sporting one of the world’s more impressive lineup of skyscrapers, which we hope to feature during tomorrow’s walk planning. The hotel is gorgeous – 5* in the Chinese system and I’d have to say close to that on the American scale, though I don’t spend a lot of time in 5* hotels! It’s been over 24 hours en route and good to be here...Sweet ...
... favorite dumpling place! It did not disappoint. On to the Yuyuan Bazaar for some shopping, walking the famous zig- zag bridge and simply being awed by the crowds! We popped into the Yuyuan garden for a walk through the traditional Chinese gardens-something Jim and I had done in our early days here in Shanghai, and we were also treated to a traditional Chinese musical performance on the stage within the garden complex. Onwards-Tom drove us to Tianzifang where we had a ...
My first impression of Shanghai was overwhelmingly positive. Coming up to street level from the East Nanjing Road subway, I found myself on a broad pedestrian road lined with beautiful old European buildings. There were all sorts of people around me – from fashionable couples to ragged street vendors. Even the light rain was welcome, as it disguised the air pollution haha Over the following hours, I wandered the streets and took heart from the realisation that ...
... the beloved, as a meditation.
The building is also interesting. Designed in the shape (once again) of a circle and square, the new building is designed in the shape of an ancient bronze cooking vessel called a ding. It is said that the inspiration for the design ...
... test papers are mine from the first term; so it's nice that I was actually doing things right. :o) Is it so bad that I would have like to have been told that I was, in fact, on the right track?! It’s not as though I didn’t ask!
As a result of no real feedback; I spent the first semester feeling unsure as to whether or not I was doing a good job!
The new syllabus is SO much better, and left us asking why it hadn’t been like that ...