Shanghai Wuzhong Road Express Hotel
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... Est. Ça pourrait être n'importe qu'elle rue commerçante du monde sauf que tout est en Chinois. J'ai été super surprise voir le nombre de stars Coréennes qui sont sur des posters pour faire la promo de cosmétique, de fringue, ou de jus de fruits.
J'ai commencé ma deuxième journée par une balade matinale sur le BUND. Vraiment pas si terrible dans la journée. Ensuite je me suis acheté un bonnet pour remplacer celui que j'ai perdu hier. Il fait bien trop ...
Shanghai has been the largest trade
center in Asia for over 150 years.
Money flows like the blood, liquor, and
opiates that feed it's hungry furnace;
permeating every broken gritty
sidewalk, and crumbling tenement of the pre-Mao era,
As sparkling new high-rises spring up
from old ground, where
the Mazarati's and BMW's are as common as
... is being monitored by the good ole U.S., and frankly he does not like that idea. While I hardly believe the CIA or NSA has the time, or cares to spend the time, monitoring my steadily employed, middle-aged manager of a cleaning services franchise in China, Frank is convinced otherwise.
I did some reading at the end of my workday. I watched a few CNN clips, read the blog itself, got generally familiarized with the topic ...
... people were horking, little dogs were rushing around, and the smog was hovering over the city. Instead of our usual stuffed bread we tried slices of flatbread with shredded veggies on top, some red-date yogurt (red-dates are apparently a Beijing speciality) and some fruit. We took the subway to the train station which was a bit more of a hassle than usual due to the suitcases and backpacks in tow, but we made it, found our platform and waiting to board ...
... are many ways for foreigners to get a feel for the culture of a place they are visiting. Literature, music and driving tendencies (insane or otherwise) give outsiders a glimpse into what life is like for the locals. I humbly contend that a grocery store can do the same.
I only had an hour to spend in the local market, but I honestly could have spent ...