Category Archive: Green

So Red So Green So Christmas, Xintiandi

This woman had no idea she was oh-so appropriately dressed for Christmas, but I mean: This other woman was also Christmas-flavored with her striped hair and bright green bag. I seriously couldn’t believe… Continue reading

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Jacqueline and her Beanstalks, On Top of Shanghai

I really really really didn’t want to post about this because everyone else already has, but I had like 8 million opportunities to take pictures of Chinese people with a range of vegetation… Continue reading

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Seeing Green, from People’s Square to South Pudong

I used to swim a LOT… and because I was in chlorine for far too long I had slightly green hair. And it was nappy. So imagine my envy (see what I did… Continue reading

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Lighter and Brighter, Shanghai Railway Station

It seemed for a while there like winter would never end in Shanghai, but if sartorial cues are telling at all of the weather then I would say things look like they are… Continue reading

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Gym Park, Beijing

I was up early on Sunday morning last week in Beijing, so I decided to ride around on my trusty-ish bike, looking for whatever I could find. Aside from the boys wandering out… Continue reading

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Dark Runners, South French Concession (?)

After Shanghai’s April Acid Showers, it finally feels like Summer is coming… So I’ve been doing a lot of night scootering, and have discovered some pretty cool places over the past few weeks.… Continue reading

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ZucZug by Wang Yi Yang, Day 5 of Shanghai Fashion Week

ZucZug is truly a brand made for everyone. Although their creative director (Wang Yi Yang of Cha Gang) and design team are all Chinese, the brand strives to embrace people of all ethnic… Continue reading

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Poesia by Chris Chang, Day 1 at Shanghai Fashion Week

One of the best shows ever at Shanghai Fashion Week. I don’t really have time to write a full review, but the clothes speak for themselves. Take a look:

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Sunny Sunny Sunday, French Concession

A delayed Spring finally arrived in Shanghai, soaking the city in very welcome rays of sunshine for the first time in quite a while. Chinese people were out in droves, and many of… Continue reading

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