China Trip Photos

A selfie with Ping Ping
A selfie with Ping Ping in Shanghai
Joan & Lyn on a blustery day in Zu Zha Zhou
Joan & Lynette on a blustery day in Zhujiajiao

























Now that's smart!
Now that’s smart!
An old London Cab in Nanjing
An old London Cab
Coming into Nanjing Station on a cloudy evening
I guess that's why it's called the Bullet Train?
I guess that’s why it’s called the Bullet Train?
Spectacular scenes abound in the beautiful gardens
Spectacular scenes abound in the beautiful gardens
Mr Lee enjoys the Chinese Opera at the Tea House
A trishaw – still a good way to get around town

The view from the 25th floor

The view from the 25th floor of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Shanghai.

After a great dinner at Lost Heaven Restaurant, we were treated to a spectacular view of the city on our first night in Shanghai.



The trip included a spectacular show featuring acrobatic acts on a very wet night. The level of fitness and precision involved in the acts was unbelievable. The highlight was eight motorbikes zipping around the inside of a cylindrical wire frame, at great speed, in synchronised precision. The worst part was I couldn’t take any photos so you’ll just have to believe how impressive it was. If I hadn’t seen it myself, I’d say it was impossible.

The dinner before the show was just as special; a Hot Pot at a restaurant in the shopping centre next to the hotel.

The following photos are from a model of the campus. To say it is huge certainly wouldn’t do it justice. I have so many photos and stories to share it will take me a while to catch up, but I’ll certainly try

Aveo China Campus – model


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