My morning walk brought me to Shanghai's smallest park (the largest is Century Park in Pudong).
The entrance to Shaoxing Park:
A Taihu rock and pool:
The rockery next to the exercise equipment:
The Jinjiang garden:
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
A search for another blue fabric shop/museum on Huashan Road brought me back to Dingxiang Garden:
Friday, June 1, 2012
Met Kent and work colleagues at the Barbarossa restaurant in People's Square:
Thursday, June 7, 2012
The other day I purchased a jasmine flower pendant sold by old ladies along the street, when I happened upon another lady getting one and heard it cost only 1 RMB:
Today I returned to Shaoxing Road to follow a tour I found on the internet. Supposedly the order of numbers was to lead me up one side of the street and back down the other side. But the numbers were all jumbled, so I just went one way up the street crossing as needed to do the numbers as they came.
Shaoxing is also home to several (6?) publishing companies.
No. 18 Jin Gucun, an apartment complex that used to be predominately a Russian Jewish neighborhood:
No. 40, Angle Gallery:
No 23, former AdBay Cafe:
No. 27, former residence of Du Yuesheng's fourth mistress:
No. 90, Tree, a leather goods shop: