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... over the knee socks. They are also obsessed with their smart phones. They are on them constantly. They even carry battery packs with them to use them longer. There is definitely less spitting in Shanghai. We have also only seen one child having a wee in the street. Which I still don't understand as there are public toilets everywhere and they are free to use. We saw a mother letting their child wee on the garden of the architecture of Shanghai ...
... of contrast!
As we both finished earlyish on on the Weds 30th April, we got our train (booked for us online by Amy, a lovely Chinese friend from church!) at 5:05pm. As everyone in China moves about on the Labour Day holiday we expected it to be ...
... where passengers could interchange to the Shanghai Metro to continue their trip to the city center.
Construction of the line began in 1 March 2001, and public commercial service commenced on 1 January 2004. The top operational commercial speed of this train is 431 km/h (268 mph), making it the ...
... lessons start on Monday and I am trying a Tai Chi class on Tuesday. The week after is a welcome coffee for the new expats.
Today I took a walk outside to a nearby green space. It was very interesting that amidst the high rises, traffic, and noise, there is a lovely park with a small man-made lake. Several people take advantage of this green space; especially it seems during the lunch hour. I am adding some pictures from my walk showing this oasis in the big ...
... what will be open on which day!
China doesn't have a national sport as such so we think they've come up with one of their own It's called who can get a seat first on the metro! It's comical watching everyone scrambling around just for a seat! Our advice is to stand unless it's a quiet train as it's not worth getting into an argument as they seem to be sore losers if you get there before them. It's also comical to see the ...