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Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]
Where to go, what to do this week in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]
One Michelin star chef Gleb Snegin is in town this week to kick off the “Dressed Up 2016” Michelin Dining Experience, a four-month long event happening at the Le Royal Méridien Shanghai. This week, he'll be hosting masterclasses, dinners, galas and brunches. We caught up with him over the weekend for a quick chat. [ more › ]
Everybody loves a good brunch, and guess what? we at Shanghaiist do too! That's why we took it upon ourselves to come up with the SHANGHAIIST BRUNCH SOCIETY, a brand new social club where foodies from all walks of life are invited to join us on a social culinary experience and make friends along the way. Show More Summary
Bravo to Beijing for the launch of its new ‘hack-proof’ satellite, but there is less here than meets the eye.
Beijing-based Koryo Tours have been helping foreigners travel to North Korea since 1993, and now they are finally offering their services to those of us who think that while Pyongyang might well be a holiday destination, Beijing really is a bridge too far. Their first tour from Shanghai departs September 16th. Read on for the details. [ more › ]
Where to go, what to do this weekend in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]
This fall, from August to November, Le Royal Méridien Shanghai presents the “Dressed Up 2016” Michelin Dining Experience, an extraordinary culinary event that will see four European chefs take foodies on a spectacular gastronomic journey. Show More Summary
Surprisingly fresh breath! [ more › ]
The choices of food may look familiar, but the prices do not. Mapo Doufu for 1 kuai? Hui Guo Rou for 1.5? [ more › ]
Color us excited! This fall, from August to November, Le Royal Méridien Shanghai presents the “Dressed Up 2016” Michelin Dining Experience, an extraordinary culinary event that will take you on a spectacular gastronomic journey. They're...Show More Summary
Puberty hit him hard. [ more › ]
Fans in China went cheerily to bed Thursday night after watching their sprinters dash for the first time in 16 years into an Olympic relay final—the women’s 4x100-meter. The next morning came a rude awakening: The Americans had taken their spot.
Pandas rejoice! [ more › ]
Fair or not! The finals happens tonight. [ more › ]
Many people in Hong Kong reacted with surprise and outrage when a poster for the movie "Arrival" showed one of China's most famous landmarks standing next to Hong Kong's harbor.
The shame! [ more › ]
Visiting Macau anytime soon? [ more › ]
"Why are they here?" [ more › ]