Warner Inn (Trend)
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Seated on the the tiered bench of the restaurant's terrace with the HG banner flying atop, I didn't know what to expect out of this business visit, when the young founder entered in a nonchalant style and talked for over an hour about the passion that led to the creation of the restaurant.
For an American born, Boston bred, Tuft educated youngster of Chinese parents, he had made several trips to China in his growing ...
... craving fixed prices by the end of the day, but had fun nonetheless.
That evening we made our way to Xin Tian Di, an urban attraction and a fashionable pedestrian street composed of Shikumen and modern architecture style. The area is unique because of the manner in which its constructed. It retains the antique walls, tiles and exterior of Shikumen housing of old Shanghai. On the other hand, the interior is a totally different world of international bars and cafes. We had ...
... and shrieks of excitement as they took in turns to race their cars…some of them crashing at the mercy of their masters at the controls. With Dr Zee still under the weather with the effects of fatigue and a cold taking its toll on her, she wanders over to the class window, pops her head out and breathes in the crisp air that greets her from being in the outer suburbs. With a sudden rush of vitality, Dr Zee excitedly expresses her joy to Beck ...
What an amazing day. I want to start by saying to travel to China with the Professor at Towson that made me love Chinese culture is a true pleasure. It is nice to be able to ask Dr. Phillips (Steve) questions and feel comfortable with his sarcastic sense of humor it makes me feel very relaxed. As for being relaxed, the people of Shanghai have been super nice. Even without speaking any of the language, I have been able ...
... Tuesday morning. He works in a brand new private school where he teaches and is involved with the running of the school and the writing of the curriculum too. At the moment he only has one day off a week, on Mondays. He has another friend in Shanghai too, with whom he'll meet up Monday. She's a Spanish woman/girl who was briefly teaching Spanish at Chris' school in Hangzhou; but now studies Mandarin at the nearby Shanghai Normal University.