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... very well respected. I left the meeting / dinner inspired about the opportunity and certainly convinced that I have some good contacts in the part of the world for the future.
It is certainly an amazing planet and this part of the world is one of the special corners.
Tomorrow is a full on day with meetings with Agility, importers and the Savour Tasmania gala dinner tonight with over 300 guests. Then off to Beijing early Thursday morning.
... it will certainly be the tallest building in Shanghai, wherever you walk around in Pudōng, it keeps popping up. Once I got to the World Financial Centre, I went inside to go up to its observation desks. Now, as I wrote in my post about Taipei, I’m never much impressed by these sort of things. Also this tower did not impress me with its view (especially since the clouds/smog were quite heavy and you couldn’t see very far), however the experience as a whole was ...
... bar and finger food on the roof top of the building situated at 'The Bund'. The food for the night was again buffet style and nowhere to sit, relax and enjoy, so you were on your feet all night.....all 600 of us!!! The red & white wines and the Heinekin beer were flowing freely up until we left at around 11pm when we decided we'd had enough....some of us went to bed....while the rest of us again went up to Bar36 and enjoyed a few nightcaps overlooking the Shanghai ...
... as we sweltered nearby in the heat glow of hundreds of tea lights. Outside was not much cooler. And so Shanghai seems an appropriately hot place to enjoy a local tea ceremony. We tried Romeo and Juliette jasmine teas, gingsing-oolong variation, green tea, baby jasmine, fruit tea and something else with lychee. We were also shown the delights of the clay peeing boy which came free with every purchase. I must show this off in ...
... Pearl Orient tower and massive Shanghai World Financial Centre along with the Jinmao tower dominate today's impressive Shanghai skyline.
Day 224: Wednesday 29th August 2012
Arriving in shanghai felt somewhat reminiscent of arriving in Guangzhou only this time I knew what to do and where I was heading. Hopping off the bus and onto the nearby Metro, which this time wasn't so hard to find I was soon whizzing underground along the city bound for East ...