Tips and Articles for Shanghai

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Shanghai sits at the juxtaposition of traditional and modern China, a meeting point of historical curiosities and innovative design. These five presents... Read More

The fantastic thing about Shanghai is that public transit is cheap and convenient, and many of the main attractions are in the city center, within easy... Read More

There were fears the annual Shanghai Literary Festival wouldn't run this year, after the closure of its famed home, Glamour Bar. Luckily for Shanghai... Read More

It seems only fitting that the largest iteration of Random International's Rain Room be created for the world's biggest economy – recent... Read More

At long last, Disney has officially revealed a glimpse into their forthcoming Shanghai Disney Resort, the brand’s largest single foreign investment in... Read More

The people who brought you the famous dancing fountains at the Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas have launched an equally resplendent project in... Read More

Even if you’ve seen Shanghai first-hand, you’ve never seen it quite like this. JT Singh, a Shanghai-based media artist, takes viewers on a meander... Read More

Heyday: With its cushy banquettes, terrazzo floors, and waitresses in qipaos, this just-opened club is an homage to Shanghai’s 1930s jazz era, complete... Read More

A five-star rating on Yelp is nice, but there's perhaps no better restaurant recommendation than one that comes from the mouth of a chef. Phaidon's ... Read More

Shanghai's Former French Concession is the city's style hub: a leafy area filled with boutiques, bespoke tailors, and traditional crafts. A few of must... Read More

One Halloween evening, before the great recession briefly dampened spirits in China, I found myself at a party in Shanghai. We were in the so-called... Read More

It is, conservatively, a thousand degrees in the shade of Spencer Dodington’s ten-gallon cowboy hat. So, while I’m enjoying this tall Texan expat’s... Read More

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China is in the midst of what may be the biggest building boom in human history, surpassing the creation of the Pyramids and the Great Wall,... Read More

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Cross-cultural pollination means that both the croissant and the bagel have traveled far from home, and the “continental breakfast” still reigns supreme... Read More

What do you get when Hermès goes to Shanghai? Shang Xia—Mandarin for “up and down.” The sleek 1,345-square-foot store, with its white oak floors and... Read More

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