Shanghai says goodbye to one of its biggest DJs. We talk to him about the industry, life lessons/knowledge drops, and why free drinks are fucking...
Dropping some knowledge on ASAS. Everything you need to know about when, where and with whom to play team sports in Shanghai.
Former fellow Shanghairen Dan Washburn explores golf, corruption, land grabs and China's ever-widening wealth gap.
Recently reunited indie band Slowdive comes to Shanghai this Saturday and Music Monday has trax to get you in that dreampop mood.
Visiting the set of James Cameron's Avatar, aka Zhangjiajie in Hunan. Bracing views, breathable air, beautiful greenery...
Talking with the dudes behind Chinese music website Wooozy.cn about the Chinese interwebs, media, club culture, music promotion and records.
Nine new cocktail bars and counting. It's a great time to be a drunk! Check out our pretty pictures of some cool summer cocktails around town.
A talk with the director of documentary Spray Paint Beijing ahead of some screenings this weekend at Basement6, The Apartment and Dada.
Spanish-inspired cuisine in a Japanese delivery system. We check out the new tapas concept by former el Willy acolyte Huang Ling.
Sacco looks back at two decades of Chinese Metal bands like Ritual Day, Suffocated, and Chaos Mind ahead of this Sunday's Sepultura show.
This concludes the weekly transmission of the My Weekender column. Yes. You're welcome. It's over. Done. It was a wild ride while it lasted.
Five techno tracks that relate to seven years of life in Shanghai, handpicked by Shanghai Ultra from the VOID crew with stories to match.
Our newest tool: User-generated reviews of gyms all conveniently pin-pointed on a map, with all the essentials (VPN required).
Checking out some psychedelic animation, human emotion maps, and net-art down at K11's Metamorphosis of the Virtual.
Spanish celebrity chef Paco Roncero teams up with Barbarossa and plants a flag in Xintiandi. A look inside his modern tapas chain.
We're experiencing a small window of warm, sunny weather. We're taking it. Presenting once again our annual gallery of places to swim.
Sacco tries to sell you on the joys of Chinese vinyl with releases by The Psyders, Tom & Kate, Street Kills Strange Animals, Dear Eloise ....
Willy Trullas Moreno goes back to the basics with his newest resto: a casual, colorful and quirky new tapas bar in the Taixing Lu courtyard.
Talking to trumpeter Theo Croker about playing 3,000 shows in Shanghai, bottle fights in Cantonese restaurants, and why India may be the new Shanghai.
For the month of July we've got a mix of tried and true and something new with dim sum garden, Inagiku, M on the Bund and Element Fresh...