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... non-communist spirit of cooperation is greater. One Chinese woman we spoke to said she and her family are planning to move to New Zealand not Europe or North America because New Zealand does not have so many Chinese as those other places. What does this mean? It seems the world loves the West. You might ask why. I'd love to hear your thoughts.
Our last post was from Hong Kong and Macau. From there we flew to Shanghai to spend most of ...
... that are seen so frequently patrolling the streets aren't much better - this morning there was a small group of them out marching, who surprisingly commenced to cross the road even though the lights were red and their back third was separated from the rest by a scooter. Also out this morning were people doing group exercises on Nanjing street. There were three separate sets all standing in neat rows, one wearing Chinese-styled outfits the others ...
... more of the run down China we know and don't love!! In shanghai its an even bigger gap as it seems quite an affluent place and has really embraced western ideas and money but you still the run down hutongs and poorer people, just like anywhere I suppose.
Today I read about Singles Day sales in China, which took place on 11th November, where Alibaba Ltd broke its online sales record in one day. Singles Day started off as a protest ...
... with scavenges to do. Michael and I are ready to get started. We have heard many tales from those with us who have done the GSH before. They have shared some of the previous task to perform. I will describe the activities in a future post. We will be in Shanghai for two days.
We are getting to know our fellow travelers. There are 13 teams of two, ...
... really exist in China and it wasn't always effective. Our next stop was the famous People's Square. Had lunch (hottest hot pot ever- nearly blew our heads off) and a wander through the square and surrounding park. It's visually very interesting but there are too many people and you aren't allowed on the grass! I then convinced Mitch going to the Shanghai Museum was a good idea. We did and really it was quite good. We saw the Ceramic, Pottery, Bronze Age and ...