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Jan 20, 2016

The way back home

Some point above the sky between Cleveland and Chicago, an amazing sea of cloud. Still have no idea about how it was formed.

Another aircraft far below my ERJ-170, it looked like a boat on the blue Lake Michigan, which was mixed with the sky at the far behind.

About 10 hours after taking off, I believe it was an early morning, my flight arrived the sky of Siberia, and there I saw a world of white.

Why Verizon, does it have the best signal?

Going through approximately 14 hours 30 minutes up in the air, we got to Shanghai. The second day I saw this thing that reminded me the great wall. I didn’t know if the people who designed and built this would agree.

Subway here in Shanghai, with its Chinese name, they are similar in pronunciation. The Chinese name means it tastes better than hundreds of other foods.

The skyline of a piece of Shanghai – Pudong

An underwater channel connecting Pudong and Puxi, two parts of Shanghai being divided by the Huangpu River. I spent 50 yuan for a single trip ticket, equally 6 dollars, but the experience was pretty bad, no surprise at all.

It was a railbus, used probably in the 30’s of the last century.

Parents of old times taking care of their children when busy.

When there was no public transportation tool, women living in countryside took this single-wheeled man-powered vehicle to markets to exchange goods.

A court of the late Qing Dynasty, which was a history of bitterness for Chinese people.

An ancient tea house. On the high stage, Chinese traditional opera was very often performed; as the people used to appreciate opera very much when there was no theatre. Nowadays, the Perking Opera is among one of the most famous.

Blind dates between mothers and fathers, not for themselves, but for their children. Advertisements containing basic personal information, such as age, height, degree, salary, etc., are posted. People who are interested in someone’s paper can find the contact and usually talk to the parents.

Not far away from Shanghai, there is a famous ancient town --- Zhou Zhuang --- many people like to visit. It has a consecutive history of 930 years. But nowadays, I feel like it’s taking too much burden, commercially.

Some sort of stone that old rich people used to predict weather when there was no satellite and weatherman.

Barbecue is in the middle, two sides are hot pots, spicy and not spicy

There are some Christmas trees here in China, and it’s likely to be more and more. I saw this small one in my place.