Hanbo Hotel Shanghai
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... which is the old European financial district on the river. The last few hundred metres is Nianjing is a huge pedestrian market. Along most of the was must be one of the main luxury shopping areas. Across from the Bund is Pudong, the new financial district and a very recognizable part of Shanghai. Shanghai, I've been assured, is a very singular city ...
... we refused but others were happy to approach him. At least they didn't have to sit for an hour and a half and wait for the teller to complete at least six different pieces of paperwork. It was hard work. Of course, since then, we have seen lots of money exchanges!
In an hour and a half (7pm local time) the temperature will be 0/-1 but apparently with the wind chill factor it will feel like -12. Sounds like we better head out for an early dinner right about ...
... built around products and technologies of the Harman Professional Group. The lion’s share of the audio systems were designed and installed by the Shanghai operations division of ACE International, Ltd., headquartered in Hong Kong. But, before delving into the details of knobs and networks, let’s take a quick overview of the Culture Center and its appealing amenities. Jing’an Temple 静安寺 Add: 1686 Nanjing Rd.(W) ...
I made to Shanghai! This is completely different than what I expected. It is so dark, foggy, and polluted here. I thought the streets would be flooded with people. Anyway, orientation starts today. I have to take the Chinese placement test. I hope I do well. Besides that, I'm excited to explore the city and get some more of those pork and broccoli dumplings. Mmmm. That's all for now.
I met Michelle from UPENN today. She ...
... ushered back into the classrooms.
We rode the bus from the school into the older part of town.
Just when I was questioning the “water-town” title, we drove up to what can
only be described as mini-Chinese-Venice. Apparently there are little water-
towns like this all over China, and according to some stories Marco Polo
designed the iconic European canals after seeing the ones in China. We strolled
along the cobblestone ...