In honor of only the second ever Rolling Stones show in China, we've landed an exclusive interview with the living legend that is Sir Mick Jagger.
Keith Richards wrote the book on being a rakish rock star. A kohl-eyed demigod dandy with a very dark side, his life has been marked by supermodel girlfriends, heroin busts and rival lovers being shot in his bed. He’s certainly no choirboy. Yet that’s exactly where he started. And his first big gig was for the Queen.
Efterklang's Casper Clausen and Ajinai's Hugjiltu talk briefly before their Shanghai show about how their chance meetup in Beijing was foreshadowed in Copenhagen.
Calling Ian Rush a footballing legend might actually be an understatement. Despite retiring over a decade ago, he remains both Liverpool FC's all-time leading goalscorer and record goalscorer for the Wales national team. We caught up with Rush in Shanghai.
All about the 20th century Chinese author's serious satire.
Defying a Soviet Union-led boycott, Li Ning earns the nickname Prince of Gymnasts.
Here’s what you need to know about Shanghai’s popular summer fruit.
Learn everything you need to know about studying abroad from this lecture at Baoku Jiangxin Art Center on June 28.