Your weekly guide to eating and drinking in Shanghai from farmers' markets to natural wine fairs.
by Cristina Ng, 13 November 2019
Your guide to eating and drinking in Shanghai for this week.
by Katherine Chen, 22 August 2019
This weekend, Shanghai's restaurants have tons of great drink deals, special menus and lively celebrations to honor the dads of Shanghai.
by Shawn Lupori, 13 June 2019
Your guide to eating and drinking in Shanghai for this Dragon Boat weekend and beyond.
by Tom Lamming, 06 June 2019
Here's your bi-annual briefing on Shanghai's best new restaurants, cafés and casual eateries.
by That's Shanghai, 03 June 2019
Highlights include oysters, pizza, spaghetti, beer and gin cocktails galore.
by Cristina Ng, 29 May 2019
This starter guide to Mexico's beloved street food staple will give you something to taco 'bout.
by Cristina Ng, 03 May 2019
We've all got our favorite huo guo joint, but give one of these newbies a try. We promise things will get steamy.
by Cristina Ng, 27 February 2019
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The lead singer is Keita Tachibana, not Ryohei Chiba.
November 22, 2019 at 11:33 am
What is the rationale of putting a departure date when you actually live/work in Shanghai? In my case, I don't know the date yet I will leave the country? What's the recommendation then? Putting the expiration date of the working visa?
Also, it will be interesting to know if the online registration could be as valid as the physical one (police station) for administrative procedures such as visa renewal?
November 14, 2019 at 23:36 pm
An editorial comment on number 8: Biannual is every two years. The Canton Fair is semiannual (2 times a year)
November 5, 2019 at 18:19 pm
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