by Sally Hull
This is an account of Charlie Hull’s first time in China, accompanied by his wife Sally who taught English in Shanghai China some fifteen years earlier. With only a scattered handful of Chinese words between then, they tackle taxis, subways, buses and planes. How does one order food in a restaurant in which no one speaks English? And what about when the map lists streets where none exist? With 24 million people in the city of Shanghai, surely there is someone who can point them in the right direction. Yes, and more. Meet the lovely people of this ancient country, people who go out of their way to help the lost visitor and who laugh at shared jokes that do not need words. Everyone laughs in the lame language.
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