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Theo turned one in September, and something changed in him practically overnight, like I was seeing my baby boy in a whole new light. His hair looked longer, his legs looked sturdier, ready to take their first steps, and his eyes looked focused and all-knowing. I’m not a parent who particular...

/*By Teresa Kuo*/ Shanghai offers scores of opportunites to get involved, give back to the communi...

/*By Holly Ho*/ As that cooler weather sets in, it will get darker earlier (sigh) and our clothes will also take on more muted tones (hello black, grey and navy). To cheer us up this month, we plan...

Energy never seemed to be much of a problem when I was younger. In fact, I remember having so much of it that I’d literally bounce off the walls. The love I had for anything sporty became so much,...

*/By Ronni Rowland/* Going green in Shanghai has never been easier. Whether you’re running a qui...

/*By Mayura Jain*/ With technology being one of the fastest developing industries, there have bee...

I love vintage TV. Don’t get me wrong, there a...

/*By Taylor Chang*/ When Kim Duker moved to Shanghai with her family back in 2014, she was hard pressed to find quality linens for her home – from bed sheets to tablecloths. The only products she came across were either already made into clothing with hefty price tags in tow, or roughly sold by the meter at the local fabric market. This made her realize two things: if she wanted good linens for her home, she would need to take matters into her own hands, and that there was an opportunit...

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