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... made at that time. The furniture was beautiful - the Ming dynasty style less ornate than the Qing, which was very elaborate.
The ethnic costumes were fun to see, but Leah's heritage is Han (as confirmed through DNA testing), the majority ethnic group in China, of which 93% of Chinese belong, and there weren't any clothes from that group. So we moved along. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed viewing the bronze exhibit. Sounds dry, huh? But if you recall the Bronze Age ...
People's Sunrise Number Two was even less inspiring than yesterday’s inaugural debut. Nonetheless I was up for it and felt obligated to take at least one picture. So that is what you are getting, one picture. After my exhausting photo shoot I sat down to work on my blog while Renee was still sleeping. Eventually she got up as well and we were ready for day one of our new routine.
We stocked the pantry yesterday with our foray into ...
... park. It is very beautiful. We spent the afternoon in the hotel room, just chit chatting, eating snacks. It was so nice to have them here.
Tomorrow we are going to go to see Tian. We can’t wait. Tian just chatted to me over the QQ, she is having a flu. Dear, the whole thing is taking a toll on her. I hope she will get better soon.
Shan made comment that this trip makes her Chinese better!
... and rich lush greenery. Just getting lost in the streets is worth getting lost
After our travelling about, Jonny came back to Shanghai for a few days before heading back home.
I've been writing too much lately so here is the short version of what we did:-
Visited Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Centre – overly large (in my opinion!) building containing a history of and a projection of the city of Shanghai’s urban development. ...