Xinshikong Huiju Apartment Hotel

No.99 Huichuan Road, New Unicom International Business Plaza, Changning District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200005, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Our Time in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on May 18, 2014

4 comments, 35 photos

... China in a whole has been and experience for me(Kev). I have found the people here at times very ignorant and cheeky. There are many things about China which I think back home we would benefit from. The security guards in the communal areas don't allow anything untoward to take place(Feet on Walls, Sleeping on benches,Dropping litter and the sort.) Just wished they would do the same about spitting.
I have found the Traffic Systems and the ...

Working the Chinese way

A travel blog entry by luiseatshanghai on Sep 03, 2013

3 comments, 1 photo

... work on the computer.

Another big difference is the working speed. Everything is going via mail and everything has to be done within one day. I am getting used to it and I even like the speed but keeping up is difficult. If you are not there for a day or even a week you feel like you are much behind the timeline.

But most things are just about communications. Because the speed in reality is not so fast as things are done differently. In Europe most things are more ...

Day 2 in Shanghai..sunny 17C..

A travel blog entry by wrlpmp on Mar 15, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

And now day 2..
Up at 5:45am..on the bus by 6:45, 1 hr to high speed train then 300kph to Hangzhou..35 minutes..there we visited the West Lake, Chinese lunch then the Lingyin Temple then bus, train, bus back to the Queen by 8:15 pm, quick change, dinner then crash...whew..
I don't think the Admiral has much interest in going back to Mainland China for awhile..LOL ...

Duck Tales

A travel blog entry by nickbeaumont on Sep 13, 2012

1 photo

... is surprisingly tough,) and then go for the gooey entrails, which consists of eye, brain, and miscellaneous fat and tissue juices. You can either choose to scoop out the multicolored gunk with your fingers, or plunge in snout first. In the interest of etiquette (if that is possible with a duck head,) I choose the former.

To be fair though, as gross as I have made this sound, all of the meat tastes pretty damn ...

Small victories...

A travel blog entry by shelaughs on Aug 06, 2012

5 photos

... br> 1. My kids are learning English.
While this may seem to be a given result of teaching English, you would be shocked with the difficulty this new occupation presents. For example, I've grown painfully aware of what the experienced trainers refer to as the "repeater." Let me lay this out for you....
Holly: "What's your name?"
Lazy boy: "Wus yor nam?"
Holly: "My name is Holly. What's your name?"
Lazy boy: "My nam is hul wus yor nam?
Holly: "No, Lazy ...