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... at different levels creating an artistic conception of "large and small pearls dropping onto a jade plate". At night colorful lights glisten and dazzle the eyes.
From the Oriental Pearl Tower we kept on walking until we reached the building of Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC). We were followed by a handful of people but it generally didn't seem to be so crowded. What concerns the amount of people it turned out to be a very good decision. The admission fee depends ...
... to go down hill. I couldn't find my credit cards. I tipped out all my hand luggage, three times and nothing. When I travel I Use my back pack for the flights and put my handbag into my check in bag. I had tipped out all the handbag stuff onto the bed to transfer it to my back pack. I decided that an expensive phone call from my cell phone to the hotel was in order to see if I had dropped them onto the floor. Nothing. In the meantime our ...
... to the pearl shop and had several cups of tea. I did peruse the pearls, they were stunning and the tea was very refreshing.
After the market we went for a cruise on the Huangpu River. The scenery from the ferry is just amazing.The architecture and size of the buildings is reminiscent of New York or Singapore. A new building is nearly complete which will be ...
... it was time to go back to the hostel and pack!!
Our time in Shanghai has come to an end and again for the 3rd time, its time to move on! 4 days have definately been enough in this huge city! Its one of the best cities we have visited but is very busy and everything is always there in your face! And we can also now see why people would call it the shopping capital of the world!
Our next stop takes us to Xi'an where the Terracotta army is.
Nathan & India ...
I went on a two day business trip with my Chinese colleagues for a training programme. Luckily
the training was set up in English – due to my attendance as I was the only
foreigner joining the course. It is not uncommon that courses are only given in
Chinese and after one lesson of Chinese I am not there yet…
We went to Kunshan on Wednesday afternoon to be able to start the training early on
Thursday morning. When we arrived ...