As you may know, Jeremy is currently on a one-month trip to Taiwan and China. On Tuesday, he left Taiwan and arrived in Beijing for a few days. Unlike his arrival in Taipei last week, there were no fans or media at the airport waiting for him, nor at the St. Regis Hotel where he is staying.
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After Jeremy checked into this hotel, Jeremy stayed true to his workout ethic and went to a nearby facility for a 2-hour training session.
On Wednesday, Jeremy attended an online Q&A with the founder and chairman of Geely Automobile, Li Shufu (Geely is the second largest private automobile manufacturer in China and acquired Volvo in March 2010). The theme of the topic was “chasing one’s dream.”
Click here for more photos from the online Q&A session, and photos with Li Shufu.
On Thursday, Jeremy paid a visit to a primary school for children of migrant workers in Chang Ping of Beijing.
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Later, Jeremy attended a press conference to announce his summer basketball camp for Chinese kids. The camp will be held in the Dongguan Basketball School starting August 19th, with 80 kids from all over the country joining the camp. Preliminary camps had been held in 8 different cities to scout and pick the participants of the camp.
On Saturday, Jeremy flew to Shanghai and was received completely different than his arrival in Beijing earlier in the week. Hundreds of fans waited for him at the airport, and bodyguards were needed to get him through the crowd.
Click here for more photos of Jeremy’s arrival in Shanghai, and stay tuned for more updates of Jeremy in Shanghai. A big thanks goes to Raymond for helping provide this info.