Alisha Explores Chongqing

For my birthday trip, Boyfriend and I went to Chongqing Chongqing is one of the largest city provinces in China. Most provinces (you could think something like a us state) in China have a capital and major cities within. City provinces like shanghai and Chongqing are city propers that are so large that they are... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Alisha Explores Harbin

and survives -18 Since 1999, Harbin hosts the world's largest Ice and Snow Festival, aptly named "Harbin Ice and Snow Festival". Harbin is north east of Beijing and north of the Korean Peninsula. Weather here in the winter can and will drop down to -30C. The Songhua River that runs through the city freezes, which... Continue Reading →

Alisha Explores Macau + Hong Kong

Work style. This post will be short, as the trip was mostly work Last week, my company had our FY19 kick-off in Macau. Every year, every department in my company flies all of it's employees somewhere for a week-long conference. This year, our China Central Operations + my department (the tech department) all went to... Continue Reading →

Alisha Explores Haining City and sees the tides change

This past weekend was my team's offsite to the city of Haining. Haining is about 2 hour drive southwest of Shanghai, and a 2 hour drive northeast of Hangzhou (another big city in this area). The big thing to see in this city is the Qiantang River Tidal Bore, the biggest tidal bore in the... Continue Reading →

Alisha Explores Guangzhou and bikes a whole lot/watches World Cup

This past weekend was the Dragonboat festival in China, meaning a 3 day weekend for me and the rest of China. When trying to decide where to go for the holiday weekend, a number of places came to mind. It ultimately came down to costs, and Guangzhou won the vacation race. We left for Guangzhou... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: