Krispy Kremes at Cantina Agave!
I wish this was an art-house theater.
Chowder at Pier 39
How do you say Hershey’s in Shanghai? “Expensive.”
Photos: Young Knives at Zhijiang Dream Factory
Photos: Young Knives at Zhijiang Dream Factory[Shanghaiist]
Poached eggs at Closed door.
Me “lurking” at the Jose Gonzalez show in Shanghai last week.
Jose Gonzalez eating fake meat in Shanghai
Me and the China Sharks (ice hockey) cheerleaders in Shanghai (kind of)
FREE: Big plastic dog crate in Shanghai
Bought three years ago. Used maybe twice. Door latch possibly broken, probably fixable (there are other ways to close the door).
Dimensions: Roughly 100 cm deep, 76 cm tall and 69 cm wide.
Price: FREE (but you need to come to French Concession area and pick it up)
Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. First person to pick it up gets it.
Bigger version of the photo at Flickr.
SOLD! (for free)
Email from a Shanghaiist reader:
I’m an American and had been involved in a serious relationship with a Shanghainese girl for about 4 years, and after suffering true misery over the past several months I finally decided to break up with her.
I’ve heard numerous horror stories from my own friends and read on different message boards about foreigners being involved in similar relationships and unmistakably, they all happen to be with Shanghainese girls.
I think it would be of great service to us Expats living in Shanghai, in particular single guys who may be looking to getting into a serious relationship with Chinese girls, and perhaps the dangers of dating Shanghainese girls.
Please let me know if I could be of any help.