Monthly Archives: September 2015

Hill of beans


Three hours on the runway and the plane pulls back in because of mechanical problems. After getting to the Sheraton to stay overnight and wait for a new flight, I grabbed some dinner at the hotel cafe. While the other … Continue reading

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Element Fresh


I had lunch at Element Fresh on what I thought would be my last meal in Shanghai. It turns out my flight got cancelled after 3 hours on the runway. The fish came from the Li Na menu. I guess … Continue reading

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Hatsune


Haiku in Jingqiao recently got renamed to Hatsune. There does’t appear to be much difference except that the staff are dressed in different clothes. The food remains the same, which is not a bad thing. I like the teapot soup … Continue reading

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Century Park fire


I popped into the office to get some work done. One minute looks like a great day. Next minute a fire breaks out at Century Park entrance.

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scroll


One of our vendors gave us a scroll as a gift. It looks like we’ll need to declare the gift with corporate, but I took a few pictures before turning it over.

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Shangri-la lounge


After a long day, we had a late dinner and drinks. Notably, we had a local snack of Xian variant of hamburger

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Duo


After a morning of interviews we went to Duo, a Spanish theme restaurant, at Gran Melia. The food and service we excellent. The lamb was especially notable.

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