Shanghai is known for its avant-garde approach to things, and it has a well flavor of life, making it the ideal place for living, whether it’s sitting around sipping a glass of champagne at the Old Jazz Bar, or enjoying the colorful, glittering night scenery along the Huangpu River, with the sea breeze kissing your face, you’ll find how refreshing it can be.

There’s the exotic cuisine and diversified range of traditional Chinese foods that will never let you down. Another great idea is to go looking for some top items in the time-honored brand name or vogue shops.

New steamed buns win foodies' heart

Many people are flocking to Guyi Garden for the Nanxiang steamed buns.  Read More


The pace of life in the city will make you feel touching the world every now and then.

Mooncakes distributed by Shanghai universities

Teachers and students can enjoy the delicacy at a discount or even free of charge.  Read More

Top 10 delicacies for Dragon Boat Festival

Top 10 traditional dishes for the Dragon Boat Festival.  Read More

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