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... The best part was a trip up to the viewing deck in the Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai's third largest skyscraper. (The largest is currently under construction, but is largely finished, and the viewing deck will open in a few months; the second largest, the Shanghai Financial Center is just a few metres taller than Jin Mao.) Going up Jin Mao is quite an experience in itself: 88 floors ascended in the lift in just 45 seconds, top speed of 9 m/s, ears popping ...
... as an undergrad. We also worked together when I did Orientation at Towson. He may be one of the most sarcastic people I have ever met. He has been involved in similar Fulbright trips. He was so helpful in helping to direct us to fill out paperwork at customs.
We are now in the heart of Shanghai at the Bund Hotel. It is an AMAZING room. I am sharing with Danielle. We have a bathtub and shower. I may have ...
... to remember and lots of fun!!!
This weekend was a little relaxing even though I should have done some work, but I guess I am just going to have to work hard after school this week to get some stuff done before my vacation so I don't have anything to worry about. Last night we did go to one of Scott's co-workers house for a small Christmas party. We had some snacks and played some games, I took a little party nap because I had a really bad headache ...
... are looking for, instead they are after 3 keys (flat, car and jewellery box)!. There is certainly no shortage of iphones and ipads, bmws and mercs, designer shops and starbucks, and in places prices compare with London or higher.
There was also less of old china when compared with vietnam but maybe that could be down to the itinerary or what the Chinese government want us to see.
... I pitied her :(
7 pm: I was strutting down the ever famous and super bright East Nanjing Rd Walking Street.
It was raining. The internet didn't warn me on that! Had to buy a shi kuai fuchsia umbrella so that I won't ruin the fur on my new puff jacket :P Another interesting bargaining experience was when i wanted to get a UGG-like boots for RMB50. The whole conversation was in Mandarin and I nailed it. Ok, more like i kept repeating the words I knew. "Wo ...
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