Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Jujin Road)
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Slept well! Breakfast was a reasonable variety of Chinese dishes. David and Greg spent a bit of time sorting out Greg's phone which had decided not to be cooperative. A quick phone call to Australia soon had it sorted. Collected by Wilson and taken to the Shanghai Museum for an hour's tour of the pottery/ceramics/furniture section before being taken to the silk shop. We had an impressive display of the ...
... added, and then another, and another, and another, until the large sphere contained 5 motorcycles racing round and round, up and down. Amazing. I caught myself holding my breath, afraid they would crash. An excellent show.
This was a long day, but we were not done. We stopped for dinner where we visited with a Mother - daughter combo. The daughter, originally from Denmark, was studying Marketing in Shanghai. The mother was originally ...
... Free stuff – we can download free music, so no longer have to pay on i-tunes! All legal here too. Plus downloading for free lots of films, tv series. I’ve gotten over my soap addiction, I think…!! Oh and pirate DVD’s for around 80p each, the minute the film is released in the UK, they are on the shelves!
· Girly bit here, very cheap beauty treatments. Eyebrow shape £2, manicure from £4, ...
... was the one that was ok. There are 2 different types - the legal ones where you pay normal price and the "illegal" ones.
It's not so easy after all to get a taxi - they are all taken already. I watch how the Chinese do it and find out that you have to stretch out your arm to the side and then move your fingers up and down. I finally mange! Yeah, I can do it!
First working day is very good. The team seems pretty nice and I feel very welcome.
In the ...
... relations or international political relationships and I was taking a 300 level politics class. Two weeks before the end of the semester and I still know nothing about international relations and the infinitely complex politics that define them, but I've somehow gotten by. One of the most challenging thing about this semester has been dealing with a field of study in which I have little interest and know next-to-nothing about. Working through the articles ...