Shanghai Nanjiao Hotel
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... and injury stats are though, no health and safety standards evident here to slow progress down. Along with some jaw dropping technology and engineering, we saw some hair raising shockers. Two or three traffic cones around construction hazards where we would have dozens, scaffolding made from bamboo poles and weaved flax like leaves that's often full of holes, flimsy ladders dangling from knee knocking heights, everywhere you look there is something to admire or drop your ...
... for France, who had ALOT to say, but he was incredibly interesting. He would just casually drop into conversation that he had lunch with one of the Milibands. I assume he's a very important man in china yet he was giving us a seminar! I did enjoy it alot, as we got the opportunity to really delve into what the people of China think about the communist society.
Then, the dean of the STA (Shanghai Theatre Academy) wanted to talk to us about what we expect and how we ...
... about the language barrier, the frustration quickly began to snowball. It was something that we didn’t quite think about until it was staring us right in the face. For example: trying to buy our train tickets to Beijing with a lady that concluded every sentence of hers (if you could call it that) with an impatient finger point towards a vague northern direction and a loud “Shanghai Station!!!” For those of you who don’t ...
So mum said she hadn't heard about the current tensions between China and Japan over the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands so maybe some of the rest of you haven’t either.
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... here. When the Communist Party took over mainland China in 1949, the city was side-lined and it was only sometime after Mao Tsa Tsung died that the city was re-developed and became what we are seeing, so it is pretty much a 20 year old city. We battled to find a place for dinner with most of the restaurants having dozens of people sitting on rows of chairs in the waiting lines, so we came back to the hotel for dinner, and are now comfortably in ...