Motel 168 Shanghai Waigaoqiao Huashan Road

Address: No.1209 Huashan Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200137, China | 2 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Poked, prodded, tested, yelled at, and traumatized

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Oct 22, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... together. Almost every time I’ve given blood I have fainted. Sadie too. I started hyperventilating but then Jason came and sat next to me and put his arm around me... :( He was so sweet. He told me some stories to distract me and showed me his heart test results. Then it was my turn... Sadie didn’t faint and told me Lisa was AMAZING, and that I should focus on her... The lady managed to get a vein right away... I couldn’t look... I ...

The Crazy Night in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by ying2698 on Nov 09, 2013

6 photos

I have a long-time-no-see friend in Shanghai, and we haven't been seeing each other for more than 5 years, then We reconnected each other two months ago. He's an American, Christian, working in Shanghai for more than 5 years, so he seems more local than me in Shanghai. It's his crazy idea of dressing as a panda to send his philippine friends off to Philippines in Shanghai Pudong Airport late at night, and he asked me to join them upon ...

Day Nineteen

A travel blog entry by hawkness on Jul 03, 2013

... and that I would have to pay like 30 RMB. Then when I got to the store the next morning, they said I had to pay another 200!! The scenario went something like this: 6/14 you owed 154.36 RMB and on 6/15 you paid 150 RMB. On 6/28 you paid 200 RMB and on 7/1 you owed 202.53RMB Besides the fact that it doesn’t make sense that I owed money before I even arrived in China, or the fact that they kept asking me ...

Intercultural leraning

A travel blog entry by luiseatshanghai on May 13, 2013

... even noticing it. Now I am a bit better prepared which doesn't mean that I am an expert now but at least I am trying...
Losing face is the most important cultural difference, I would say, and probably the one with the most consequences. The act of losing face is not only embarresing for the person to perceive the loss of the face but also for the others who are involved in the situation. A Chinese person would not want ...

Shanghai Week 9-11: Don't Rain on My Parade

A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Oct 29, 2012


... 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 ...