Category Archive: Sun and Shine

Beat the Heat, Shanghai

Most people don’t look forward to typhoons, but in Shanghai they are known to bring the best weather (and the lowest PM 2.5 levels!). With brief, refreshing rainstorms and a constant wind, the… Continue reading

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Head to Toe, Nan Chang Road

Guyzzzzzz, I’m baaaaacccccckkkkkkk! And that means so are pictures of Chinese people on da streets!! Soooooo… summer is officially here after a long rainy season and people are breaking out their summer gear, but… Continue reading

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Shady, Xin Tian Di

Summer is slowly rolling in this year, and with its gradual appearance I’ve started to see the gradual reappearance of some of China’s most functional summertime gear. For those of us on wheels,… 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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Shanghai Sunbrella Hats, the Bund

Sunbrellas are common on the Mainland, but I was ecstatic to find this guy wearing a sunbrella HAT! I’ve seen sunbrella hats in Hong Kong before, but this was the first time I… Continue reading

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Spring Sneakers, Shanghai

Although the weather and outerwear are still a bit dreary here in Shanghai, I did notice some pops of color in terms of footwear: It’s a relief to finally see some color around… Continue reading

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The Beach, Jin Shan

It’s DECEMBER already………. Wait, what?! Where did 2011 go? Even though it’s almost impossible to believe, the chilly weather is reassurance enough that it is definitely time to break out the winter wardrobe… Continue reading

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Androgyny Part 二 + Happy Friday!, Xin Tian Di

Wow this week went by fast… But that’s fine by me because it’s already Friday! So to wish everyone a happy Friday, here is the most cheerfully dressed old man I’ve ever seen… Continue reading

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Sunbrellas Part 三, Hong Kong

Over the past 10 months, I’ve learned how to make very quick decisions about Chinese peoples’ outfits and whether or not the picture is worth the 2 MB of memory on my computer…… Continue reading

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