Yashidu Suites Hotel
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... we went to a tailor known
for her good work, and annual revenue from the Purdue students she gets
recommended by. She is in a little shop in the Shanghai Soft Spun Fabric
Market, and on Friday we went down and got fitted for suits. A tailored suit
costs about $100 and a tailored shirt is $20. We went around downtown after
that and looked at Nanjing Road, the center or Shanghai. It is about a mile
long, and both sides ...
... guided you.They were not allowed to move other than in their formations, but everyone obeyed. All very serious. I was very interesting to watch.
The Bund was packed as well with all the army out to help the masses move across the streets. It was great looking across at the Pudong side of the river. I was desperate for someone to talk to and found a poor unsuspecting American woman who was just strolling along. Funny, but she was an English teacher from some ...
... ties... so I tied them tightly and the best I could, then headed back into the hall. I was sent to a room where a sweet Chinese woman was taking a guy's blood pressure. After he left she took mine, and then checked my breathing. She sent me down the hall. All the rooms had small monitors next to each room, which had the room number, what the room was used for and who the doctor was. Kindof nice information, when there's a lot of shuffling going on. My next exam was an eye exam, ...
... been paying throughout our trip so far (average £6 per night) - We need a job asap! The hostel looks good though and are both looking forward to Australia now.
Day Four & Five
These two days were pretty much exactly the same - due to the miserable weather we pretty much just chilled in the hostel. We updated our CV's for forthcoming job applications in Australia - we've already inquired about becoming a milkman and milkwoman(?) and working on a farm.
... stage to 1500 people.
All my chinese collegues are very talented, and although they may be quiet in the office they become very professional on stage. Our dancing classes were intensive especially for me as they were given in chinese, but they were also fun, and it was nice to get dressed up and to experience the excitemenet of the annual party.
The event was held in the convention centre in Shanghai ...
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