Thursday, July 31, 2008
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I took the photo at a famous pavillion in Hangzhou, the Lake-view pavilion, this is a part of its corridor.
The pavillion is famous for a poem written by a poet named Su Dongpo in the Song dynasty(苏东坡，some of you may even have listened to a song written by him, and performed by a pop singer Jacky Cheung.)
It sits on the right side of the Broken Bridge. Now it also provides tea services. If you want to visit Hangzhou, this is a must see spot. (I should say this is not a good season, too many storms and probably you can't stand the temperature, unless you want to shoot lotus photos)
When you look at the trees and the pavillion, can you believe they have been here for almost a thousand of years?
Saturday, July 26, 2008
To the opposite of this building is the business building of China Mobile(in the first photo),aka CMCC, the largest mobile phone operator in China, also the world's largest ranked by number of subscribers, with over 380 million customers.
I'm a user of M-zone, one of the service brands of CMCC. Most of the school students choose this operator as it has more favorable services targeting young people. But some of us have two phone numbers, one of CMCC, one of China Unicom, as they charge an extra fee when a customer of CMCC calls a user of China unicom.
They both provides internet access, but we don't use that often as it takes a long time to open a single webpage and the charge is counted by time.. but if you are always on the go and have to use mobile phone to get online, you can choose the 10 yuan monthly charge, which has no time limit, pretty favorable but it still takes a long time to open a wedpage.
Thursday, July 24, 2008
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Sunday, July 13, 2008
Ok, I've decided not to follow the rules of Daily Photo at this happy weekend.
It has nothing to do with Hangzhou, but I just watched a movie 'Kungfu panda'
here are some funny shots on the internet
http://qbar.qq.com/u2002461 the original post
Gosh.. you are so heavy, gotta lose some weight
I'm the BOSS
Saturday, July 12, 2008
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Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Correction: Louwailou is the most expensive LOCAL restaurant in Hangzhou, while the most expensive restaurant in Hangzhou goes to the Four Seasons in Radisson, where lots of celebrities haunts.