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Snow in Shanghai

quite a rare occurrence

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We are working to update this blog and trying to get some more posts out of the way so we can get to the "present day" sometime. There are still some things we want to tell you about that happened during the winter and this is another thing.

I think most of you know that Shanghai definitely is not known for it's snowy winter days. This year was a real exception and we saw over a week with snow, something that hasn't happened in between 17 and 40 years (depending on who you ask). We really enjoyed it. It was nice to feel some winter again after the years in Spain and Mexico and people in general were really excited. Many people had never even seen snow before. It was nice to walk around in the city and see so many people playing, building snowmen, throwing snowballs and just goofing around.

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Take care,

Fredrik and Sabrina

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Posted by fredrik_p 20:42 Archived in China

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