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Why flights are always delayed at Shanghai Pudong airport?

When aviation insights company FlightStats released its 2016 list of the best and worst performing international airlines, they confirmed what anyone who has ever traveled through China already knows: expect delays. Last year, four of the 10 airlines incurring the most delays in the world were Chinese, but the blame for their tardiness lies not …

Shanghai’s Yan’an Lu Trolleybus began service on February 1st, 2017

Shanghai’s Yan’an Lu Trolleybus(Chinse Name:新能源无轨电车) began service this week. The No. 71 ‘congestion-defying’ bus officially opened to the public on Wednesday after trial operations. The vehicle runs along 17.5 kilometers of a bus-only lane located underneath Yan’an Elevated Road. The route includes 25 stops and travels through four districts of Puxi: Huangpu, Jing’an, Minhang and Changning. The …

Chinese “Foreigner’s Work Permit” policy will be start from 1st April 2017

Chinese new work permit policy  “Foreigner’s Work Permit” (FWP) will be start from 1st April 2017. According to new policy, the old “Alien Employment Permit” and old “Foreign Expert Certificate” will combine to one named “Foreigner’s Work Permit” (FWP). Purported to be a “simplification” of the work permitting process, the new regulation merges the current …

The most popular Chinese SNS “WeChat” 12 amazing features

Everyone who’s been in Shanghai more than a few hours knows how essential WeChat is to daily life. From work group chats to paying for goods, the China-based app has ingrained itself into nearly every aspect of society. But did you know that the app is way more than a platform for funny stickers? We …

2016 Shanghai Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonies

Are you ready for Christmas (Chinese: 圣诞节 sheng4 dan4 jie2) ? Today we would like to introduce 2016 Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonies in Shanghai. Kerry Hotel Pudong Christmas Tree Lighting Kerry’s Christmas tree will feature Snoopy and Charlie Brown, kicking things off with a big smooch under the tree to light it at 5:30pm on Nov …

How to skip the line at Shanghai Pudong Airport with a Z visa

More great news for foreigners who live in Shanghai. Frequent travelers with a Z visa can now use the E-Channel to skip immigration queues at Shanghai Pudong Airport. This comes just months after China introduced six-day, 144-hour visa-free transit to foreigners from 51 countries. You’ll need to apply in advance to be able to use the …

Shanghai Disneytown Halloween Carnival (Oct 14 to Oct 31,2016)

From October 14th to 31st, Shanghai Disneytown will become a Halloween Carnival with spooky decorations and exciting activities for you and your family to enjoy! Every Friday to Sunday, from 3:30pm onward, Disneytown will be in full blown Halloween mode with performances by Mickey and Minnie (in costume!), various Halloween engagements, dancing and much more. …

Foreigners invited to experience local life in Shanghai

A new scheme aims to give foreigners an up close and personal look at ordinary life in Shanghai. The Linfen Sub-district in downtown Jing’an District is inviting expats and foreign tourists to visit its neighborhoods, community recreation center, schools, kindergartens and seniors’ homes while strolling along a 2-kilometer sightseeing route on Yangquan Road called the …

A hiking competition will be held in Shanghai Songjiang on July 16th

A hiking competition covering 8km from Shanghai Yuehu Sculpture Park (*1) to Sheshan Hill National Resort (*2) will be held on July 16th. Those wishing to participate can get their numbers at the starting point in the sculpture park before 10am. They are required to run through the park and national resort, completing four different challenges. …

Plum rains (Chinese rainy season) arrive in Shanghai

Shanghai entered its annual rainy season yesterday and the city can expect warm, wet and humid conditions. The season, which is called “Mei Yu” in Chinese, is seen in the middle and lower parts of the Yangtze River as well as southern South Korea and parts of Japan. Continuous rain hits these areas in June …

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