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The next morning we got up early and decided to see what Shanghai had to offer, and the first stop was the peoples square, in the dead centre of the city. There isn't a lot to it but it's a site of significance as it's dedicated to the soldiers and veterans of China who have fought and died for the country. Another thing to mention was who ill mannered the people are here (it's been half a day and I can already see it) examples include openly clearing their throats ...
... with Renee. We thought we had her until she got to the part where it would be one thousand three hundred dollars just for the flight segment to Shanghai. For the record, that is the entire cost of my round trip ticket. She was very nice and really was the first United employee we encountered who was. We thanked her and headed off in search of lunch. Sadly the San Francisco airport has got to be the worst one I have ever been to for ...
... nightclub is one of the top floors overlooking Shanghai and it was a beautiful sight! We had a great time and didn't want to leave but we had to in order to go on a boat tour on the Huangpu River to see Shanghai at night. On our way out we talked to Governor Daugaard and even got our picture with him, he was extremely nice. The boat tour was amazing and Shanghai was awesome with so many lights! I couldn't believe we only had two days to experience this incredible ...
... The kids know it, that’s all that counts.
Before we went back to our school, we stopped at a local place for noodles and dumplings. It was not the nicest lunch, but it did fill our stomachs before returned to our respective schools for another 2 hours of office hours.
I was ok with that although I first went back home to get my suitcase and then to get some snacks, plus Emma and I felt that this depressing weather 8still rain) called for ...
... of our day. It is here that silk embroidery skills are learned and developed, and the ladies that actually do the embroidery are truly amazing. There are four levels of skill from Apprentice, through Teacher, Technician and Master. And there are only six Masters in China. What these ladies do is hand embroider pictures using very fine silks. The pictures are so intricate that when viewed from a distance it is difficult to differentiate them from photographs. So fine is their work. To ...