Yue Hua Hotel
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China is tipped to outrun the USA as the 'world's central business travel market' by 2016. Establishing links with international corporates China will be a central destination for business travel.
Dressing for Business in China
Chances are that you will be travelling to China on various business meetings in lieu of your company setting up ties with the fast developing nation. Proper business etiquette is highly regarded as an important aspect for any meeting. ...
... women in pyjama like dress whisking eggs, we found Daddy Edgell's modern chic studio flat. Jealously came to mind as we entered. First things first however....laundry. As planned after sorting out how to use the washing machine we ventured out to explore and find some culture. With the day being so lovely we decided to walk up to the Shanghai Museum in Renmin Park by Peoples Square. Another glorified statue of Mao. And yes there was a moment of getting a little lost but we pulled ...
... drove into the central part of Shanghai. One side of the river is the old part and the other side is the new. All the high-rise buildings have only been built since 1992. The sight is impressive. Tallest building is 110 stories and still being completed. The city has flowers everywhere and is beautiful and clean. It is a public holiday so there are people everywhere..
We visited the museum which ceramics, ...
... cardio equipment. I was a bit annoyed because the treadmill was not in working order so I had to ride the stationary bike, which is so not may favorite. After 20 minutes, I took a break to drink water and gaze out at the community below. Well.....I finally know what the rubber basins were for - besides housing turtles for sale - first, sponge baths are taken with them, right on the sidewalk, followed by washing of the clothes. After that, ...
... It's odd, this propensity I
have towards my belongings looking used. I say 'I' since I have not yet met
someone else who purposefully rubs dirt onto their new shoes to disguise their
newness. This preference for a worn rucksack, however, is more understandable.
For what true traveller has a new-looking rucksack? Its the roughened look
which really showcases the veteran explorer and announces to the world that