This Week in History: Japanese Takeover of the International Settlement

An inside look at the Japanese takeover of Shanghai's International Settlement, which began on December 8, 1941.

by That's Shanghai, 06 December 2019

PHOTOS: Hungarian Consulate Release Book on Architect Gonda

Newly discovered Hungarian finally recognized.

by Ned Kelly, 05 December 2019

This Day in History: Nelson Mandela's Changing Relationship with China

South African leader's close links with the Middle Kingdom.

by James Griffiths, 05 December 2019

This Day in History: China's Deadliest Maritime Disaster

The sinking of SS Kiangya was the world's worst maritime disaster unrelated to military action.

by Ned Kelly, 04 December 2019

12 Gruesome Murders that Shocked Old China

An Audible Original from Paul French.

by Paul French, 02 December 2019

This Day in History: The Discovery of Peking Man

And its mysterious disappearance in World War II...

by Ned Kelly, 02 December 2019

This Week in History: The Founding of the Shanghai Rugby Club

From the 1860s to the final kick of the International Settlement era.

by That's Shanghai, 26 November 2019

This Day in History: Shanghai's Trams and Trolley Systems

Shanghai's first trolley bus started operations on November 14, 1914.

by That's, 14 November 2019

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