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MapleSEA: Eastern China

Well, lookie what we got here.

This is an exclusive CMS (China Maplestory) map which is called New Shanghai or Nanjing Lu which has been brought to MapleSEA for our enjoyment. 238 more words


Golden Week Adventures: The First Few Days

A Truly Golden Week

Hello again!!! As mentioned in an earlier post, the first week of October in China is also known as Golden Week for the National Holiday. 459 more words


Random happenings during the week

Teacher tales
I find that my teachers here in NanDa are pretty good at what they do. They’re really approachable if you have any questions/problems, and they have a sense of humour as well. 855 more words

From Winky to China: Day 6

Today took an unexpected turn, when at 9:32 we arrived at Tianjin West Train station for a train we thought was departing at 9:45. Now this was pushing it a bit, but we didn’t think much of it, in our minds we were still ‘on time.’ It turned out that the 9:45 on our ticket was for Tianjin South! 322 more words


Another city as my muse.. SHANGHAI

23-Shanghai reflections

24-Pudong Shanghai

25-Nanjing Lu, Shanghai

32-Old men in Shanghai

31-Old men in Shanghai

And I decided I had to redo postcard 17 of London because it just didn’t work:


Shop Nanjing Lu: Zara Home

Okay, okay. I know I said I was only going to write about shops and goods unique to Shanghai and Zara, the Spanish behemoth of clothes and home, is far from that. 282 more words


Shanghai Fun

I can’t believe it’s been a month already, and that I’m back from Shanghai! I had an absolutely amazing time over there, going out with relatives pretty much everyday, whether it be shopping, going to the zoo, dining out, checking out botanical gardens, shopping and bargaining, sightseeing at famous streets, enjoying street food and markets… Even traveling a couple hours away to a place famous for orange (and tangerine) fields, with quite a few sights to visit, such as the Butterfly Island, Egret Islet, Tanxian Stone Castle and a mountain to climb- And yes, I did reach the top, called Yingke Peak. 477 more words