The eighth and final episode in the first series is called ‘Better With Time,’ in which Carms Malvone, a 79-year-old, talks through her riveting life story and how she found her...
by That's Shanghai, 21 December 2019
The seventh episode in the series is called ‘All is Love,’ an episode in which guest speakers Nina and Darren talk about how their varying stories about how they fell in love
by That's Shanghai, 11 December 2019
Speaker Clemon Courtney III talks about the struggles that he has had with his white friends and how he is finished with compromising his identity
by That's Shanghai, 06 December 2019
The fifth episode in the series is called Treading Water, an episode in which guest speaker Lauren Tininenko speaks about her terrifying swim across the Qionzhou Strait.
by That's Shanghai, 04 December 2019
New series offers a cross section of society.
by Ned Kelly, 04 December 2019
The third episode in the series is called Finding Pride, an episode in which guest speaker Justine Hsu talks about her journey with ShanghaiPRIDE.
by That's Shanghai, 22 November 2019
Episode No. 3 in the first season of Unravel (the podcast!) sees Tendayi Chivero speak crossing cultures and finding himself in unexpected places.
by That's Shanghai, 19 November 2019
We're going to be re-publishing each of the episodes in Unravel (The Podcast) first season so that you can catch up on all of their fantastic, moving, funny stories.
by That's Shanghai, 14 November 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
Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak Leads Cities to Cancel CNY Plans
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Happy Chinese New Year, from That’s, thMart & Urban Family!
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