In The Round
In ancient Egypt, people looked saw round things as sacred gifts from the gods, and the Ancient Greeks thought that the circle was the perfect shape. Roundness symbolizes harmony and reunion in modern China. In various countries around the world, it shares a time-honored history, and its profound significance and never fades with fashions. This is especially true when it comes to food, and the popularity of pizza, sushi and donuts is a testament to the human fondness for round things. Now I would like to introduce you some of the restaurants or food shops that sell these delicacies all in round shape.
The Life of a Secret Agent
Most people’s first knowledge of espionage comes from the 007 books and films. The life of spies in 007’s world is filled with danger and excitement. Sometimes they shoot guns, sometimes they race, and sometimes they fight. If this is enough to arouse your curiosity and interest in experiencing the life of a spy, why not head to Shanghai’s East Shooting Club to handle real guns and bullets, use lethal weapons at the Kangmei Gym Archery Club, and develop team sprit at the Rapid Eagle Field Operations Club?
One of the highlights of summer is always Qixi, also known as Chinese Valentine’s. It is usually celebrated on July 7th in the Chinese lunar calendar, and is a celebration of the faithful and everlasting love between the ancient legendary figured of Niu Lang and Zhi Nv. Generally, on July 7th, lovers present each other with beautiful flowers as a sign of their devotion. This year, why not show your partner how much you care with a bouquet. There are plenty of flower shops in Shanghai to choose from. Here are some of the best.
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