Green Drinks Forum this month will explore the intersection of diet, mental health and community. They’re asking lots of big questions like: What is the relationship between the body and the mind? Is there one? Hear from a panel of three including Elizabeth Schieffelin of Lizzy’s.
This weekend brings the 2018 edition of the biggest squash tournament in China. If you’re like “gross, I don’t like squash” keep in mind it's traditionally played in a glass court on the Peninsula rooftop. Could be neat. Tickets here.
Shanghai Comedy Club does their “Dirty Show” in which Shanghai’s stand-ups, "unleash all the unholy smut and degenerate filth that accumulates in a comic’s mind." Featuring Evan Eames, Michael Yetman and Barney Rivera.
Guitar and voice duo Terry, from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and Ekrram, from Xinjiang, play their particular brand of gypsy folk. Free entry.
Put down that self-help book and get out there to “Motivate” a weekly workshops series at WeWork. Topics range from Leadership to Self-Love to High-Performance Living, for speaker info follow the event link above.
Modern Art Base launches exhibition “Instant: Julian Schnabel” from the Gallery for Photography in Vienna, the show presents a series of large-format Polaroid works created by the internationally acclaimed painter, sculptor and filmmaker Julian Schnabel. Free entry.
VC accelerator Chinaccelerator is hosting an Autumn Job Fair and partnering with co-working space in China People Squared. Enter the world of international and local innovative startups, if you dare. Larry Wang Founder and CEO of Zhishangwang and Ryan Dai Project Manager of Global Recruiting Service at LinkedIn will give talks about career development.