Green Tree Inn Shanghai Expo Village Hotel
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... the early 20th century, the Jewish community in Shanghai flourished with immigrants from Russia and Germany, but they did not live in this area. When the Nazi’s came to power and began to exterminate the European Jews, Shanghai became a haven for many thousands of refugees. Shanghai was an open port and no visas were required making it easier for the escaping Jews. Dr. He Fengshan, the Chinese Consul General from 1938-40, was one of the first to ...
... it with Anna (Laura had to go on a nightmare trip to Shanghai which I have to do next week, to change my work visa to a residence visa. Least it means some time away from school!) but there was plenty left over for Laura too! - Went and bought some street food noodles with Anna, then came back to apartment where she gave me my presents from her and Laura. They had bought me a lovely little cake with also with some "22" candles on, and some ...
... lights in the Bund area of Shanghai were amazing.
The lights of the buildings & the tourist ships. Had ice cream & coffee in some of the elite areas. Good tour at night.
Looks like we may have picked up a bit of the flu & tummy bug.
But still soldering on.
Confucius say… every teenager should get a high school education… even if they already know ...
... tour/bacation." But I made it through customs amid businessmen, foreign born Chinese, and tourist groups.
After picking up my luggage, I followed the small map Barry (my employer) made and emailed me. I walked through the doors of the airport, moved away from the crowd of just-arrived passengers and their excited families and friends, and towards a massive Burger King billboard where I met Barry. I told him in ...
... man and a zebra you would be safe to assume that you can cross the road. No. they mean nothing in China, they just mean that you have slightly less chance of being run over, buses, cars, taxi’s, mopeds and bikes just all keep going and it is up to you to make it to the other side of the road in one piece.
My last complaint for now is the total lack of volume control that the Chinese have when speaking, everything sounds like a row. It doesn’t matter ...