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Every month, we reach out to a Shanghai dad to discuss family, life and being a father. This mo...

10 years ago I would think of the future and wonder where we would be and what kind of life we would have. I thought we’d still be living in Toronto, maybe in a house with at least 3 bedrooms, 2 kids and a well-adjusted never-poops-on-the-floor dog. I’d be doing well in my career - with a p...

*/By Siobhan Brown/* Losing friends to repatriation is a constant reality for expats living around the globe and possibly the hardest part of the expat experience. Saying goodbye to those we have formed strong bonds with is never easy, and the adjustment that follows can also be challenging.  ...

*/By Connor Bell/* Lines, high chairs and beers, oh my! This is your guide to restaurants in our fine city where you can drink and dine while your little ones play alongside. Shanghai is rich with fine dining restaurants, craft beer pubs and cafés galore but the city seems to change completely once you have a little one. Gone are the days of strolling the French Concession to find a quaint little bakery or grabbing a motor-taxi to Yongkang Lu. Once you bring a baby in to our bustling ...

/*By Connor Bell*/ I’ve been living in Shanghai now for almost six years. I’ve had my ups, dow...

*District:* Jing'an *Cross Streets:* Shaanxi Nán Lu and Shimen Lu *Nearest Metro Station:* West Nanjing Lu (lines 2, 12 & 13) Beijing Xi Lu is one of the two major arteries coursing from west to ...

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