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progress is being made. It should be completed before we leave Shanghai so we
will definitely take a trip up to the top early next year!
For all of you in the North East, I hope you will be able to
see signs of spring soon. You deserve it after your harsh winter.
Jim and I took a trip out to an ancient park last weekend so
we will be sharing that next…
... br> By this time both Rosalind and I are ready to return to the hotel. Little did we realize how far we had walked, and would now have to retrace our path. I spotted a scooter taxi stand. We both got a scooter taxi ride back to the BUND, which significantly reduced the distance we had to walk now to get back to the hotel. The ride only cost three dollars each, and boy was it an adventure.
Before crossing the ...
... artifacts ranging from different currencies to jade artifacts. We accidentally spent too much time in the currencies gallery that we had to rush through the jade, furniture, calligraphy, and ceramics galleries. The currencies were certainly neat though! Especially how they changed over history (in shape and composition) and how they were made. In earlier times they were cast in molds that resembled trees, hence "money trees"! Neat stuff. Today, we saw a dog wearing rain ...
... is though, that the other students in the class are not distracted by him at all and so he does not disrupt my lesson. I said as much to the PM and then she changed her tune bit and said "he stood up and did a little dance that made me laugh"
My friend Jo has invited me to her house on Thursday to join her and about 25 others for a Thanksgiving dinner - so I'm pretty excited about that! Jo is quite religious (her father is a preacher) and ...
... to get to a famous statue of the city's first mayor and learn three phrases in "Shanhainese" as well. Our group took off in a mad sprint immediately. We used the Shanghai subway to find the statue. A total of about twenty minutes of running in swelteringly humid 90 degree tempreatures later, we were the winners. For winning, we got to pick from a goody bag of pseudo-Chinese coin purses and folding fans that probably came from ...