Category Archive: Huang Pu District

OLD GUY SWAG, Huang Pu

I haven’t gone out that much recently, but EVERY SINGLE TIME I do, I come across old man swag… Exhibit A: I meaaaan, when I thought I’d seen it all, this guy pops… Continue reading

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Armed and Not Dangerous, Huang Pu District

Kids love toys, and Chinese kids are no exception. Take, for example, these two adorable little girls: But despite their cuteness I still don’t know how I feel about toy guns for kids,… Continue reading

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Death Wish, Huang Pu District

This guy may or may not have a death wish… Not only is he riding with one hand but he’s also crossing the intersection illegally (notice the green light in the background) while… Continue reading

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Fashion’s Night Out, Shanghai

Anna Wintour is coming, Anna Wintour is coming! Actually, no, she’s not, that was just a lie to grab your attention… Or rather it was only half a lie because her brainchild has… Continue reading

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Camo-Men in Camo-Land, Tier 1

There are multiple ways to do the same thing, and camouflage is one of those flexible staples Chinese men absolutely love and love to remix… And I just love seeing the various ways… Continue reading

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Big, Bold, Bare Bellies, Huang Pu District

There are few things that I dislike in China more than what I call “bare bellies”. I think fat Chinese men think of their stomachs as advantageous and even functional, but in reality… Continue reading

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Big Boy Bikes, Huang Pu District

Young boys and old men the world over seem to have an affinity for wheels, but here in China they seem to revel a bit more in the diversity of vehicles available and… Continue reading

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Out of my Mind, Huang Pu District

This guy looks crazy happy then crazy tired, but I can’t say whether or not he is just plain crazy like his shirt would have you believe:  “I’m out of my mind //… Continue reading

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Werk (a Pole), The Bund

Omg it’s another one of those ridiculous 7-day work weeks… Dragon Boat Festival is on Wednesday so we werk Monday through Sunday and then have 3 days off (ya, I know it’s stupid… Continue reading

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