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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Fly FlyKnits, French Concession

Nike just opened an amazing new exhibition called “Nature Amplified” on Sunday night on Xin Le Lu which drew a surprisingly stylish crowd. I’m not surprised that Nike had a lot of cool… Continue reading

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Ping Pong, French Concession

Aside from opium, ping pong has to be China’s favorite pastime. Usually you play it with other people, but this inventive little loner figured out how to play by himself. Originally he did… Continue reading

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Gold Shoulder, Hong Qiao

I love the flower market not only for the beautiful and exotic plants but also for the exquisite and magical creatures one can encounter. I was lucky enough to happen across this mystical… Continue reading

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One or the Other, French Concession

This guy’s t-shirt has some great advice: “Spread Love or Stay at Home”. I usually have a hard time with this in the early morning (especially Monday) because I’m always rushing to work,… Continue reading

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I Love You (smartphone), Line 8

I thought that this was really sweet but also really twisted (pun totally intended)… These two are definitely kinda maybe marginally in love, but it seems as if they are more interested in… Continue reading

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Pok’e’man, People’s Square

OK so I’m  generalizing only because this is generally true: Asian people love rare, exotic creatures that battle other rare, exotic creatures with magical powers and special abilities to bring honor to their… Continue reading

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Lazr Ball, South French Concession

OK so the title is maybe confusing and perhaps misleading because the ball itself was not made of lasers (that would be really hard and impractical to make), but the construct of the… Continue reading

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Red, White, & Brue, from Shanghai to America (with Love)

. I’d like to think that all these Chinese people are wearing red, white, and blue as a sartorial sign of solidarity, but I doubt that is the reason… But whatever their motivations,… Continue reading

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