Everything you thought you knew about wumaos is wrong. [ more › ]
Are American diplomats trying to subvert the Chinese government by answering questions on how to set up a food truck in the U.S. or buy cheap Broadway tickets?
Shrimps may be delicious sea creatures, but peeling prawns sure is a pain. There must be an easier way. [ more › ]
Elite Dining Week kicks off today with more than 50 restaurants in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen competing for your votes on their exquisite menus. If you haven't already booked a table then you better be quick! Here are 5 restaurants in Shanghai, entering in Elite Dining Week for the first time, recommended by DiningCity. [ more › ]
Tickets are already sold out for the first two weeks. [ more › ]
Police shot the bulldozer driver as he was trying to push a bus off an overpass and into a river. [ more › ]
Historic. [ more › ]
Apple CEO Tim Cook’s visit this week to Beijing -- part of his bid to win back Chinese regulators and customers -- was full of Twitter-ready Chinese moments.
Blast from the past. [ more › ]
China criticized Washington for deploying a U.S. reconnaissance plane near Chinese territory, but denied a Pentagon account that Chinese jet fighters conducted a risky close-range interception.
English soccer club Aston Villa, whose fans includes Britain’s Prince William, has found an owner from China, where President Xi Jinping has made development of the sport a national ambition.
Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]
While foreigners in Shanghai may be a little fuzzy on the rules of the road here, at least some are still managing to make positive contributions to society. [ more › ]
Since neither side is keen on revealing any details, all we can do is speculate. [ more › ]
Bye Ma! [ more › ]
You go (shopping) girl! [ more › ]
Contrary to popular belief, China’s legions of pro-government Internet commentators aren’t really out to convince critics of anything. They just want everyone to think happy thoughts.
Well, that's a relief. [ more › ]
China’s decline as a great power in the 19th century can’t be blamed on imperialism and opium. It was bad monetary policy, after all.
Where to go, what to do this weekend in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]