Green Tree Inn Shanghai Expo Village Hotel
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... br> Since ceramics and vases are one of the more common and famous form of artistry in China, it was important to me learn more about when it was most common and most renowned. Nowadays, vases are made more with earthenware. Back in the Ming Dynasty they were made more with pottery and clay. This makes these more unique and valuable staying so well preserved in their original form. There were many vases in the cases of various colors, designs and shapes. Don't forget ...
... through the most enchanting gorges before we headed back to the mother ship. We enjoyed the Captains farewell dinner enroute to the hydro system. This hydro system is the largest in the world, 26 turbines crank out a staggering 100 Billion Kilowatts per year, just mind blowing. There are 4 locks that take 4 hours to traverse; they are currently building elevators for the cruise ships these only take 40 minutes. Tomorrow for our farewell to China as we ...
... of English text - a great change from the cosmopolitan city. All we could find to point at was meat on sticks and some kind of green juice, but luckily it was pretty nice.
We were visiting the old rockery Yuyuan Gardens (a tautology as yuan means gardens apparently) in the old city of Shanghai when Mark from uni and his friend Mark 2 gave us a call. They were on a tour of China that amazingly coincided with our stay. We headed straight ...
... national week long holiday of overcrowding. Some people would attempt to do it with a little sneakiness by positioning their friend to the left or right and taking a snap, others would simply stop dead in their tracks and take a picture with their mouth gapping open. I always wondered what they did with these random pictures of complete strangers but otherwise it didn’t bother me too much. Joseph however didn’t share my sentiment. After a while it ...
... Academic Officer of Curriculum and Instruction left from Detroit Metro Airport
on Friday afternoon and after a fourteen hour flight, landed at Pudong Airport
on Saturday evening (twelve hours ahead), where they met up with their sponsor,
Walter Zhou. From the airport they took
a one hour drive to Shanghai, where the ...