Charles Mayer, 41, is a film and theater actor and TV personality based in Shanghai. You may recognize him from Gosney & Kallman’s Chinatown, where he is the Master of Ceremonies. Here he shares his travel tips, and plans for future trips.
David Laris is one of Shanghai’s most prolific restaurateurs, whose portfolio of venues includes the perennially popular Purple Onion, Funky Chicken and Fat Olive. He gives us some travel tips, and talks about his favorite trips so far.
A bouquet of flowers adds an instant hit of summer to your living room (and helps disguise those not-so-pleasant Shanghai smells wafting around at this time of year). There are plenty of florists and flower markets selling fresh blooms around the city, from chic boutiques to cheap-as-chips flower markets. Here are 10 we love.
Qixi falls on August 6th this year, so if you forgot to ply your significant other with hearts and flowers on 14th February, this is your chance for redemption. Here are five things to do to express your love.
In case it had somehow slipped your notice, Friday 29th is the day of the British Royal Wedding. If it hadn’t, and you’re keen to prove your republican/anarchic credentials, here are five alternatives to fill your Friday night.
China’s answer to Twitter is getting bigger and bigger. Just like its forerunner, Sina Weibo is attracting celebrities, politicians, businesspeople and… attention seekers. Here’s a round-up of the best and weirdest (including a couple of names you will definitely recognize).