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... as well as some adjacent areas. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Shanghai.
Next it was The Shanghai Art Museum which sits on the western edge of People's Park, north of People's Square, which was once the Shanghai race course. An hour and a half there was an hour too much. I wanted to be outdoors. The weather was fantastic, in the mid 80's, and of course, I looked like the typical American wearing my shorts and ...
... of it. I've gone in multiple times and still am not completely sure how it works.
Next we went to the bank to try and figure out my debit card. First off, banks don't function nationwide. Rather, they operate mostly within each province. For example, I got a card in Beijing through the Bank of China, however, once I went out of the province I was charged 5% to deposit money in a Bank of China ATM. So, we had to get a card specific ...
... br> So - After seeing great projects in Shenzhen, Tangshan, Tianjin and Qingdao, what did I think of the failure of Dongtan?
First off - it was absolutely the corruption that killed the project. The people behind the project did not have the capacity to deliver something so ambitious, and had resorted to covering up those facts to give the impression of progress being made. It simply was not going to happen.
But secondly and very importantly - there was always ...
... hand I think I would have gotten more out of it. ( Tyler I needed the notes from your class).
A worthwhilke way to spend a rainy afternoon.
Interestingly on the way out we were crushed by crowds-mostly young people. After we found Tom, our driver, we asked him what was going on. Apparently Justin Bieber was performing that evening.
Most of the former Expo buildings are now being used for concerts etc.
... own) but luckily Ken caught him out and told him that he is not an idiot and basically shamed him. The Jade Buddha Temple holds a 1.9m high pale green Jade Buddha and was worth the small headache out there. We wandered around a short time (once you see one temple you've seen them all and we just wanted to see the Buddha) before walking to the subway (via the local markets) to catch a train to Qibao. Qibao is an ancient settlement littered with ...