Study in China

A group of university students who studied at Fudan University (language, politics, history).


Study in China

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by Nosefish on August 1, 2002

Strolling through and browsing the night markets. They were so vibrant and full of life. Having all that public space is tremendous, and very different from the US.${QuickSuggestions} Just finding your way around can be difficult when there is a language barrier. "Hello" and "thank you" go a long way. Take the time to learn them, as well as numbers (either oral or hand signals).${BestWay} 1. Footpower. You see a lot, and meet lots of people 2. Taxis, although the most expensive, were usually the most convenient way to get around. Take the blue taxis, owned by VW; if they get any complaints, they have a lot to lose, so they do their jobs right.

Fudan University Dongyuan

Member Rating 2 out of 5 by Nosefish on August 1, 2002

Great for travelers on a budget, but not centrally located for the action in Shanghai, however. It is situated on the lovely Fudan University campus with plenty of restaurants, markets, boutiques, and groceries located close at hand. Sorry, no kitchen facilities are provided - just ensuite hotel rooms. But the dining room and banquet facilities there are superb, especially breakfast. P.S. - We had Western-style toilets in our bathrooms.
Fudan University Dongyuan
Fudan University Campus
Shanghai, China
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Vegetarian Life

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by Nosefish on August 1, 2002

This was a lovely, somewhat upscale vegetarian restaurant that executed its fare with finesse and flavor. We tried a few dishes like "squid" and "duck" -- they tasted very similar to the real thing. The "true" vegetarian plates were even better. Amazing place.

The dessert (we must've sampled every one they had) was even better. Make sure to save room!

Vegetarian Life
Downtown Shanghai, near the Bund
Shanghai, China

Shanghai Museum

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by Nosefish on August 1, 2002

Both full and beautiful. There are vast exhibits on calligraphy, traditional Chinese art, jade, etc. You can spend hours wandering around looking at artifacts from a culture & civilization so much older than America's.
Shanghai Museum
201 Renmin Avenue
Shanghai, China, 200003
(021) 63725300-132

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