Show Us Your Halloween Costume for Chance to Win ¥500 from Baopals

By That's, October 22, 2017

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If you’re like us, you’ve been spending the past few weeks carefully planning and putting together your perfect Halloween costume.

Now here’s your chance to get the recognition you deserve!

We know you’ve got some highly creative costume ideas up your sleeves, which is why we’ve teamed up with Baopals to present our inaugural That’s Halloween Costume Contest.

The most spectacular, spooky or downright hilarious costume will win a coupon code worth RMB500 for Baopals, an amazingly simple-to-use e-commerce platform that translates Taobao into English.

Spending a night out on the town at a Halloween party in China next weekend? Then you can’t miss out on this contest.

China Halloween costumes

Halloween party Shanghai
Some amazing costumes from previous That's Shanghai Halloween parties

To enter the competition, please send the following to

  • Photo(s) of you in your finest Halloween costume

  • A one-sentence description of your costume

  • Your full name and phone number

  • Current city you're based in

Deadline for submissions is Monday, October 30 at noon. The best pictures will be featured on

Need some costume inspiration? Don’t worry, you've still got time. Here are a few Chinese-themed costume ideas to get you started, or check out where to find costumes in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen.

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