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Are you dating with a Chinese girl today? read more
Sep-25th-2014 | Post by expatree

Not limited to Shanghai, we see more and more of the “Chinese female-western male” couple, walking hand in hand through the streets. One question is raised: “Is it really easier to date a Chinese girl if you are a foreign man?” We found a lot of foreign friends calling a Chinese girl an “easy girl”, because most of them never reject the dating invitation when they meet a foreign man, particularly with handsome blond locks. Recently, a local TV program did a series of experiments on the street, the result is a bit surprising but it seems to make sense. They explore how Chinese girls think of Chinese men compared to foreign men, as well as the fluctuation value of dating criteria.

Location:       1912 area in the city Nanjing
Group:           A foreign male actor and several Chinese girls range of 20-25 ages
Topic One:     Will Chinese girls accept drinking invitation
Top Places to Watch the World Cup in Shanghai read more
Jul-10th-2014 | Post by expatree

The 2014 FIFA World Cup is about to come to an end on July 14 (China time). Despite having to watch the games in the middle of the night, the city’s top sports bars and pubs are keeping their doors open, preparing to work tirelessly into the wee hours of the morning, and offering decent deals to accommodate the huge fan base in town. So instead of trying to find by any means a low quality online streaming link, alone at your place, grab your national team jersey and get out to enjoy a great moment of football with your friends and all the aficionados (Spanish word for “football fans”)!

So if you’ve always been a football fan or if you only get the momentum of this sports going through you once every 4 years, just because it is the world cup, we picked several venues that are broadcasting the World Cup matches live so you don't miss out on any of the sports excitement - no matter what time it is. There you will be able to watch final round and enjoy a few dr
Show us what you are wearing and we can tell who you are? Chinese fashion style read more
May-15th-2014 | Post by expatree

This pretty lady in the left picture is not a model or an actress. She is just a regular person like you and me.  But what makes her special? She is merely wearing a striped tube top and shorts with a pair of sunglasses.

However, this is the current trend in China – Street Style (there are also other names such as Street Wear or street fashion) which triggered off StreetSnap.
Street Snap is a term used to describe fashion that is considered to have emerged not from studios or runways but from everyday regular people on the streets, especially youths and fashionistas.
We may be familiar with fashion shows held in Paris or Milan, but how many youngsters have the earning power to own and afford designers labels? Hence, the Street Fashion emerged as creative fashionistas thought of many innovative ways to DIY clothes and eventually developed their own fashion sense. Individualism is what many people are after nowadays. After all, you d
What to do this weekend in Shanghai? Top 10 things to do read more
May-8th-2014 | Post by expatree

Unlike many Chinese cities that appear to have forgotten that people occasionally like to perambulate, Shanghai is made for walking.

You'll be able to pass a very nice time and feel proud of yourself for navigating so well through a foreign land. All you need is a map, your sunglasses and good pair of comfortable shoes! Let’s go!
Fuxing Park

Start your own walk in Fuxing Park smack-dab in the colonial-era French Concession, with its shady sycamore trees and stuccoed villas.

Fuxing Park offers a rare known part of Shanghai, experience a stark contrast with the hustle and bustle of this great metropolis. The park wall seemingly fences off all the noises, busyness of the modern city and creates a quiet, undisturbed enclave for the local people. In the park, old women in their 60s or 70s in pyjamas belting out Chinese opera, middle-aged women dance to the accompaniment of melody in the 70s, Mao-era suited men take their caged birds for a stroll, kids playing kites. Along t
15 Shortcuts to become a “Creative Easter Master” read more
Apr-19th-2014 | Post by expatree

As Easter is approaching soon, bells start singing and rabbits are jumping… restaurants and shops are offering their special brunch menus or free chocolate eggs for children’s gifts. We always see these big promotions in Shanghai during the seasonal festival, you might be a bit headache that you expect to spend more relax time with your kids at home rather than going for outdoor activities, however you are afraid of nothing to do as the idea of indoor event is exhausted or the complicated creation is a really tough task for those amateur mothers.
Here we advice 15 “shortcuts” of family workshops and it gives a simple idea but makes a big surprise creation by your hands. We believe all family members would enjoy this warming moment and it would be one of the best gifts in kids’ memory. Now it’s show time!

1. A sleeping face drawing and an exquisite flower adorned "baby" egg. It looks amazing.

2. Make a colour Easter egg is too difficu
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