Hanting Express Shanghai Hongqiao Jinhui Road
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Arrived in Shanghai more or less on time around 230pm. I took a shuttle bus in from the airport, so got to see the rising suburbs and traffic. Found my hostel without much problem, then went and walked around for a while with a Dutch guy who took the train from Moscow. Mostly I walked Nianjing Rd in JiangAn--where my hostel is-- to the area called ...
... unless you knew what each dish was or could read the Chinese, it was a bit of potluck. We managed to choose a couple of dishes to our liking though causing smiles all round from fellow diners.
Exchanging money at a bank was a lot harder work. After taking a number we waited and waited. A guy who looked more like an SP bookie complete with a large bag over his shoulder was working inside the bank and kept approaching us to exchange the money. It seemed ...
... performances centered on Chinese culture, with weekends left open for special performances by touring acts – mainly Asian-based pop and rock groups. During this period, operations in the main venue are under the umbrella of the Shanghai Media and Entertainment Group. Regardless of the official name or who’s running the show, the saucer-shaped venue boasts some of the most advanced technical facilities available anywhere in the world, including notable ...
... if I get the job. After 3 hours of travel, we finally got back and I I had to visit my noondle lady and meet with my tutor. I was so sweaty, stinky, and tired. I wish I hadn't arranged that meeting. It was so awkward. I couldn't explain anything to her or understand what she was saying. I hope every week isn't like this. Tonight, we're going to an Acrobatic show. I wonder if it'll be like Circus du Soleil.
Zai Jian. Shuo Zhong Wen!
... trying to get close to the alien species.
Then a stern man’s voice belonging to the principal yelled something and a
portion of the children backed off. The brave ones stuck it out until the
principal ran over, yelling and swatting them away. He seemed to think we were
bothered by being smothered by cuteness. I managed to snap a few quick pictures
(blurry though, but with 6 year old energy what could I expect?) and waved goodbye
as the ...