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Our guest writer Michael Hayes:
Yet another day in paradise as the teachers and fellow students all explored the wonders of Shanghai. Today was intended for us to walk in the shoes (or thongs as some might argue) of the local Shanghai citizens. Starting the day with a loud blaring phone call to act as an alarm, we roused from the hotel to …
Today we are all excited as we are off to Shanghai, the Mega city of China!
And for the Shanghai experience, we have a guest writer, Michael Hayes, one of our students to has offered to share a student's perspective.
"Today, not unlike one would expect from a cross-country venture to the famed Chinese rendition of the 'City of …
... to Kansas. They all spoke fairly good English and told us they have to start learning it in elementary school or as they call it primary school. I loved talking to them about there daily life and what kinds of things they do for fun. We had a great time with those students and learned a lot about some of the ups and downs Daktronics had with expanding their business to China. After that we visited a local food market, one of the biggest in that area. Wow were there ...
... this trip as China cultivates a lot of pearls so can e got fairly reasonably, and Bryony bargained like a champion to get a lovely set. After almost 2 hours of haggling we only paid about 30% of the list price. What is scary is that we doubt many people spend that much time to get a decent price. On our final evening in Asia we took a cruise along the Huangpu looking at the lights of the city, which were fantastic. Probably the best view of a city at night we have ever ...
... met a bunch of new people from all over the
world. The best may be Rolland Safort. He is the President of the International
Student Council. He is from Cameroon, and has gone to school here for three
years now. He knows the city very well, and likes to take us to the places we
actually want to see. We walked down to the Bund at night with him during the
Lantern Festival. All of the skyscrapers were lit up, as were all the ...
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