Back to Werk, French Concession

Omgoodness how boring is my life? I just keep on posting about werk werk werk, but I guess that’s what most normal people do during the week (werk that is, not post about… 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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Some Simple Suggestions, Lu Wan District

“WORK HARD & BE NICE TO PEOPLE” I spotted this awesome t-shirt just before hopping on the subway this morning… Mondays are usually pretty sh*tty, but seeing these simple yet wise words has… 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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Bad? Boys on Bikes, Xin Tian Di

I don’t know what it is about this intersection (Fuxing Road and Danshui Road), but I always see the craziest, coolest Chinese people around here. I just posted about “Balloon Bandits” running a… Continue reading

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Balloon Bandits, Xin Tian Di

Balloon bikes may be my favorite kind of bikes on the roads of Shanghai, but don’t let their cuteness fool you… These people are wacky drivers (even by Chinese standards), and I have… 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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Qi Pu Lu Do, Zha Bei District

Qi Pu Lu is known primarily for its dirt cheap clothes, but I think it’s real value lies in the swarms of young, hip Chinese people. What these youngsters are lacking in terms… Continue reading

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Bund Beauties, The Bund

The Bund has to be Shanghai’s most photographed locale… There’s the impressive colonial architecture, the hyper-modern Pu-Jersey backdrop, and the pig-filled Huang Pu (but don’t worry, most of the pigs have been waterlogged… Continue reading

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