Tag Archive: Xin Tian Di

Hot and Muggy, The Bund

In a surprising spell of “good” weather, the rain has held off for the past three days and it’s immediately become another humid and smoggy summer in Shanghai. But I don’t think I… Continue reading

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Sunny Wednesday, Xin Tian Di

The sun finally came out today after two weeks of acidic drizzle and downpours, and there wasn’t a better way to start this sunny day than to see this lovely lady riding down… Continue reading

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Polka Dot Panties, Xin Tian Di

So it’s either been raining or 99% humidity every day for the past two weeks in Shanghai, and it’s showing no signs of letting up any time soon. So the locals are going… Continue reading

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The Chinese Bag Lady Part 二, Xintiandi

It’s been raining cats and dogs for the past two weeks or so in Shanghai, and it shows no signs of slowing up any time soon… But despite this consistent rain, it seems… Continue reading

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In Da Hood, Xintiandi

Remember this guy from the CHILLIN’ post a few posts back? Well, that picture was actually taken in my neighborhood, and inspired me to do a post on some of my favorite characters… Continue reading

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Formal(?) from Behind, Xin Tian Di

I’ve noticed that Chinese people generally pay more attention to their backside compared to their Western counterparts when dressing from day to day, and today was no exception. On my way out of… Continue reading

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Summer’s Official Arrival (on Mother’s Day!), Shanghai

And with the relatively early arrival of Summer (it’s already a muggy 90 degrees right now) comes the most grotesque sartorial trend in China… Let’s call it the Bare Belly trend (other suggestions… Continue reading

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Facehunter @ Alter, Xin Tian Di

Facehunter was just at Alter in Xin Tian Di today, which was evident by the flocks of stylish Chinese and foreigners alike crowding around this great boutique that has pioneered the introduction of… Continue reading

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Bring on Spring, Xin Tian Di

Chinese friends, designers, and consumers alike have told me that Chinese people don’t like to wear a lot of color, so although this young man may not be anything special Stateside, he stuck… Continue reading

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