Home Inn (Harbin Hanshui Road)

No.82-8 Taishan Road, Nangang District, Harbin, Heilongjiang, 150090, China
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Hospitals in Harbin

by Dayne1

I am a resident of Gifu -city japan. I have a japanese employee that is married to a chinese national from Harbin.

Recently, she has flown back to Harbin claiming her dad is hospitalized with an unknown(unknown to her husband)illness. She took with her USD$4,000 cash , that she says will pay for her dads hospitals cost since he has no medical insurance.

She has been gone 3 weeks now and she told her husband she is working part0time now since all the money she had is gone. Her husband insisted on coming to see her and see her father in the hospital. She refused his offer and tols him to stay and work and send a 1000 dollars each month for her fathers medical bills.

Now , being american, i am really suspecting that this woman has duped her husband.

So, my question is. what is the name of the best hospital in Harbin. ? She told him he is staying at the best hospital and that is why the bills are high.

someone gimme a hand here, cause i really feel sorry for the guy.

Hospitals in Harbin

by Confucius

I would say Dongcai Hospital is among the best in Harbin. More serious illnesses are sent to Shenyang's regional military hospital.

This sounds to me like an obvious dupe. Your Japanese friend should go to Harbin, track her down and try to get his money back.
"Unknown illness". What a bunch of bamboo shoots! (Chinese B.S.)

Travel Tips for Harbin

The outdoor refrigerator

by mke1963

The winter climate is so cold that roadside stalls do not need refrigerators. Ice creams, meat, milk and other foods normally kept in a freezer are just left outside on a shelf. It is quite bizarre to see ice-lollies just sitting next to the chewing gum, cigarettes and biscuits.

Sculptures along Zhongyang Dajie

by mke1963

The ice sculptures are not the only works of art along Zhongyang Dajie. The city has put a lot of whimsical statues along the street of Zhingyang Dajie, usually in the entrances to side streets. These are fairly common outside China, but the concept of human-scale statues is new to China, and they are cropping up in many cities. It seems to bring in a refreshing feeling that the cities are for people, and that art does not have to be monumental in scale.
It was particularly nice to see these statues and scultures in Harbin: they made the streets seem that much warmer.

Flood Control Monument

by mke1963

A year after the disastrous 1957 flood in Harbin, the authorities constructed the thirteen metre Flood Control Monument column in the big plaza on the riverbank where Zhongyang Jie ends at the levee by the Songhuajiang. The pools of water, frozen in winter, mark the height of the 1957 flood, which was surpassed by the rising waters on August 20th 1998.

In winter, the Flood Control Monument plaza is the centre for a lot of activities, including horse and skiddo rides n the river, skating and ice hockey, toboggan and ice slides.

When it gets too cold, the lobby bar of the Gloria Inn hotel opposite serves coffee and tea!

Former Church of St Sophia - Part 2

by mke1963

Outside, the square has been beautified. This process includes putting in fake trees with garish orange leaves, because the natural beauty of indigenous trees is rarely sufficient in China.
To the south, some graceful old buildings look rather forlorn - but splendid still - while on the other side, high volume music pumps out of glass-fronted stores. Ambience is not China's strong point.
Just behind the former church, is a very good exhibition on Harbin's current and future development (reviewed separately). It's included in the price of entry to St Sophia's, but you are only allowed in each place once. Those are the rules. Rules cannot be broken, because otherwise the sky will fall in.

There are some very good Eastern Orthodox websites that provide fascinating, and very touching vignettes of the lives of Orthodox priests and parishioners in Harbin (and elsewhere in the Russian Far East):
Orthodoxy in China
Some early history about the Orthodox Church in the Far East, including Harbin.
There is also a rather unhelpful Chinese website about St Sophia's.

Land of 1000 Strips

by wongjiahui

Harbin was a beautiful city to visit during the Christmas period as the rush of people for the Ice Lantern Festival had yet to arrive.

Although not all the sculptures (both snow and ice) were comleted, the view from our hotel room on the 33rd floor was spectacular.


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