GreenTree Inn Shanghai Jiangpu Business Hotel
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... a handful of candy was given to the official. Surprisingly, none of these people were fat.
There were three couples getting married that afternoon, and one couple getting a divorce. It is normal for young couples to do this process in the morning, but Tiffany and ...
... off at our hotel at 4 then picked up by a presentative of ZCME for our meeting. Thankfully one of the young executives speaks very good English so she was able to translate for us. Good meeting but tomorrow will decide whether we will be able to do business with them. Tomorrow we are going to their factory 4 hours inland, to see their silo's and dryers. After the meeting three executives took us out for dinner and again we ate ...
... nearby prison and the eternal flame for the unknown martyrs, it was sobering reminder of China's past. Halfway through the park, we briefly left to visit the Longhau Temple. This is a Buddhist Temple located just outside the park. As we approached we could see the pagoda which rose seven stories into the air! Unfortunately, it has long been closed to the public because of safety issues. The temple itself though, was beautiful. The craftsmanship of the sculptures and the ...
To my family for supporting me the entire time (a.k.a. my whole life :-));
To my wonderful boyfriend who has not only encouraged me every step of the way, but who is also taking a major leap of faith and a bold step out of his comfort zone to come to the other side of the world for some crazy adventures with me in the upcoming weeks;
And to my new friends and colleagues here who have shown me just ...
... Longines - every conceivable designer brand was available and if it was not, then it would only take minutes for the hawkers to find the one of your choice. It is a lot of fun buying from the hawkers but we always have to be as discreet as we can. The "Longines" watches we bought over the years are such wonderful imitations that to date, no-one has been able to tell the difference between an original and our fakes - not even the watchmakers.