Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Jujin Road)
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... Every act in the evening brought gasps of appreciation from the audience. There was the usual array of contortionists, tumbling, balancing, juggling, aerial silk performances, trampolining...it was a balance of high energy and quiet elegance and beauty. All accompanied by live performances by the band and the soloist. The finale was a crazy motor bike act..where 7 dare devil drivers (they must have had their basic training in Beijing) were locked in a ...
Shanghai, the beginning of my trip.
I arrived at the 31th July 2013 in that big city - the Manhattan of the east!
It's two weeks ago but I already left Shanghai...
My goal was actually to do the Volunteer Work for 6 weeks in Shanghai as a english teacher.
I'll do something good for other people and for my heart and during the 6 weeks I could also explore the beautiful city by myself - I thought! The theory and practice...idea vs. reality haha!
... to dance to as though you’re affected. (Think slightly demented zombie with a nodding-dog head having an epileptic fit standing up and you won’t be far off :o)) We probably only stayed until 5, spending most of the time dancing by the speakers, letting the baseline govern our heartbeats. At one point when Lavinia went to get another beer, some French guy came into my dancing space (dude! I’m flailing here!), looked at me for a good ...
... he was the first president. Still a very popular figure in China. His converted house is now a museum which gives a little detail into his life (Largely only in Chinese) as well as being a collection of lots of his old possessions.
Right on his doorsteps Sun Yatsen had access to the Fuxing Park. More of an extended gardens than strictly just a park. It seems to be mainly used for Tai Chi, chess and dancing as far as I could tell. They seemed to be dancing to a ...
... I can't even imagine how long it took to make all of those things, but I do know it took a very long time and a lot of work hands. At one point, the tomb had been discovered by a rival dynasty, many of the terra cotta warriors burned and nearly destroyed, but luckily a lot of it still remains.
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