Shanxi Business Hotel
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... and I just went with the madness flow of driving in Shanghai. Seriously insane. Horns going off, lights flashing, scooters intertwined with pedestrians and scooters, traffic lights - forget it.
In the afternoon I retired to catch up on some work prior to catching up with a customer based in Shanghai. I was texted some Chinese characters and showed them to a taxi driver. For all I knew I was going to be dropped off in Mongolia and left there. Happily though ...
... 333;ng – Shanghai’s financial centre. The office towers are huge and beautiful, while I was walking around here I couldn’t stop myself from staring up all the time. My first stop was the Oriental Pearl Tower, the one that everyone first thinks of when you mention Shanghai. It is certainly impressive, but I can’t say I particularly like it up close. It just feels like something from a science-fiction movie.
I walked over to the riverside ...
... of markets you see the same thing shop after shop after shop, you just haggle your way to the best price...here however the items up for sale were different from each other and you walked slower to check them out and took your time and didn't rush through.
Again though...not a lot of time given so again, I really didn't buy anything....this was a place I would like to come back to and shop at my own leisure.
We had quite a few stragglers on the tour and a ...
... relieved !! We are now aboard the 3rd train - the last two were third class - we are now in second class - we have our own light switch and electric socket. (Both to share between 6 people). Everything else appears the same. The Strides are sharing our 6 birth with Mark and Evelyn. The 6th person a young lady is sleeping in between me and Mark (on the middle bunk !!). Poor thing ! p.s. electric socket does not work ...
... and weird vocal samples picked from old records and VHS tapes. Like many musical geniuses, he’s released music under many guises over the last two decade. Records by Lootpack, Madvillain, Quasimoto, Yesterday’s New Quintet, The Medicine Show, Dudley Purkins – they’re all produced by the reclusive Madlib, who’s making his first appearance in China this Saturday at The Shelter.
It’s the sound of ...