Bloodline (the non-profit not to be confused with the Netflix drama starring Coach Taylor) is organizing a big blood drive for 'World Blood Donor Day' that'll run from 10am-5pm in Pudong. Get out and give blood, even though you have to get out all the way to Pudong. It's for a good cause.
Croatia's world famous Museum of Broken Relationships, is coming to the new Columbia on Friday. It's a traveling exhibition of artifacts bearing witness to love lost, love rejected and love squandered. Sounds like a great place for a first date. All we have right here.
The Foreign Correspondent's Club to host a discussion on women in the work place here in China and what commitment to gender diversity might look like. The talk will run from 4-6pm, costs 25rmb for members and 75rmb for non-members, includes a drink and snacks.
Every Saturday, there'll be a small class (limited to 5) on digital photography. Learn the basics (shutter speed, aperture, ISO), runs from 2-5pm. Costs 500rmb a person.
Alternatively there are also a community organized free photography course for beginners nearly every Sunday, if interested WeChat: rodrane for more info. But be warned, it's free so classes are usually big (like 40 people).
In Case You Missed It
Green Initiatives has a few events on this week with special guest Author Andy Couturier, read all about 'em right here. Also make sure you're keeping track of all that is ShanghaiPRIDE, including the bbq close out party this Sunday at Cotton's.
Community Happenin's: Submissions for Issue 4 of The Shanghai Literary Review close this Friday. Looking for art, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, translations, or book review, all must have not been previously published. Submit here.