I put together a short video of the town to capture the atmosphere a little better. This is my first 5×5 video (Vimeo has a whole special category for these if you wanna check it out) so don’t look for anything fancy here.. they’re just a few scenes from the trip 😉
P.S. I noticed a huuuge number of new visitors on my blog this past week (thank you, Tumblr, for featuring my DIY post!). Welcome all! Thanks for checkin’ this blog out! I’ve actually been working on an “About” page, so bear with me!
Everything has been put on hold!
I’m having the worst luck these days: no internet at home, my computer crashed, too many things are breaking down in the apartment and I’m supposed to be moving back to the US next week!
Thankfully the problem with my computer has been found (I shake my fist at you, Windows!) but the Xujiahui computer guys didn’t have a copy of any of the Windows operating systems in English… so that’s not really fixed yet.
Anyways, all this will be solved once I’m back in the US! I’m very excited, yet a little scared to move back, but it is definitely the right decision for me right now
More updates hopefully this weekend!
St. Ignatius Cathedral of Shanghai
Small park next to the Cathedral where many (many!) newlyweds took pictures that afternoon.
Guangqi Park – Park where lies Chinese scholar-official, scientist, and astronomer, Xu Guangqi.