Monthly Archives: April 2011


In celebration of the warming of Shanghai, I decided to go really short again. Advertisements

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The Chinese love cats and dogs. I love them more. Nuff said.

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Just dessert

On a lazy Sunday afternoon last week, I brought Pauline and Fauzie to two of my favorite haunts – Songfang Teahouse on Yongjia Road and HoF Chocolate Bar on Sinan Road. Totally decadent, but who’s complaining eh? *_^

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Mail to future

Just a few minutes on foot from The Bund on Fuzhou Road is the Captain Youth Hostel. When we walked past it, we were enthralled by its walls of beautiful postcards which featured the artwork of Chinese artists and graphic … Continue reading

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Home-cooked food

This is my first taste of the neighborhood, and I liked it. One of the many dining places on Hailun Road, and its vicinity, this little eatery is run by a very nice couple who could customize the dishes to … Continue reading

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I love shadows and reflections. Every chance I get, I snap. Shadows and reflections are ephemeral beauties. Because they are ephemeral, they are beautiful, much like the sakura. Before I start indulging in my own dreamworld, here is what I wanted … Continue reading

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Writing on the wall

Taking Pauline and Fauzie on a little art tour, we stopped to appreciate the colorful works of Shanghai’s graffiti artists along Moganshan Road. These are new contributions since my last walk there.

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