Xijiao Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... offered slippers, pajamas, and plenty of hot towels, food, and beverages to help me enjoy my flight. I only wish the plane was one of the double-decker Airbuses so I could be on the second level, since I'm unlikely to ever fly business class on an international long haul flight again. One of my peers once described his loss of airline status preventing him from receiving priority TSA security screening as <i>peasant status</i>. In that case, ...
First I'm sure that you'll be pleased to know that I met with musical instrument guru Mr Zhang last night, and he agreed to build a production prototype of the banjolele hand made by my partner Curt (with a little aggro from me). This is but a first step in the process of having our instruments made in, and distributed ...
... narrow bridges, and close quarters. Located inside Old Shanghai, we explored the Yu Garden and the City God Temple. Jade, flowers, and traditional architecture surrounded us as we walked over small bodies of water seeming as if we were thousands of miles outside the enormous city all around us. After lunch, we visited a silk shop, looking at hand made portraits made out of silk that cost thousands of dollars. I was ...
... of Shanghai, it may seem easy to forget that you are in China. However a short walk from anything modern in the city and you are soon met with traditional China. Shanghai is modern alongside traditional, new alongside old. Whilst like any major city it is more expensive than the rest of its country, we found Shanghai to be very cheap. The hotel, travel expenses, food, drink and admission fees to various places were only a fraction of the price they would be in places like London and New ...
... meals on campus run from 6 yuan to 12 yuan, so literally a dollar or
two, and they are large enough I can barely finish them. Classes start Monday and the schedule should straighten out, as Tyler and I have been doing whatever we want. That is all
for now, but I will be sure to keep you all posted on my adventures.
P.S. I'm not very good with the blog and pictures idea, so just read line by line and hopefully you can figure it out.