Photos of China

Photos from China

On the second day of the tour, Joan, Lynette and I decided to check out Zhujiajia, a town just 10 minutes from the Campus. We were fascinated by the waterways that divided the town, with access from one side to the other being across unique stone bridges. From the centre of the main bridge we had a view of both sides.

Joan & Lyn on a blustery day in Zu Zha Zhou
Joan & Lynette on a blustery day in Zhujiajia
The essence of China – Zhujiajiao

Our first major expedition was to Nanjing. The bus took us to Shanghai Station where we boarded the Bullet Train to Nanjing. The train was fast, quiet, and extremely comfortable. Attendants provided snacks and bottles of juice along the way, and we were able to sit back and relax, taking in the unique scenery that we sped past on the journey south.

I guess that's why it's called the Bullet Train?
The Bullet Train – fast and comfortable

A selfie with Ping Ping





A selfie with Ping Ping (Kelly) our tour guide at the start of our 3-day stay in Shanghai. We were booked into the fabulous Radisson Blu for 2 nights.


An old London Cab in Nanjing
An old London Cab





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 mind-blowing show on a very wet night in Shanghai, featuring acrobatic acts. 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 photo is 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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Born in Sydney - retired in Mountain View Murwillumbah, after teaching Special Education for more years than I can remember in NSW and Qld. My goal is to figure out the finer points of putting together a functional website and to write blogs that people want to read. Oh, and to travel the world, and share the beauty of the beautiful place I now call home.

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