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At the intersection of two of Southeast Asia’s most important rivers, the Cambodian capital is rapidly developing and back on the tourist map; this time not just for the backpacker contingent as R...

Summer in Shanghai is not only picking up the heat with rising temperatures, but also with a huge range of events for all the family to enjoy! ...

Whether you can or can't make it to a real dragon boat race, you and your kids can still make the m...

For over 2,000 years, Dragon Boat Festival has been a traditional holiday celebrated annually in China. More traditionally known as Duanwu Festival, some legends claim that it commemorates an ancient Chinese poet, Qu Yuan [1], who consistently displayed love and devotion to his country through his work. However, during the Warring States period of the Zhou Dynasty, he was exiled and, rather...

Shanghai has been a buzz with the world premier of the fifth instalment of /Pirates of/ /The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales/ at Disney Resort Shanghai last night starring Johnny Depp. In yesterdays post [1], we brought you all the action live from Shanghai Disney Resort as we were invited to watch the stars grace the red carpet and be one of the first to watch the world premier. It’...

Ok, so maybe we embellished a bit on that sub headline. But we did get one of the very few coveted tickets to the World Premier of /Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales/ – courtesy of /Shanghai Disney Resort/ – premiering today in Shanghai and we may just get a glimpse of the main man on the red carpet.  This is the first time a Hollywood movie will premier in China. ...

Each month, the editors at /Shanghai Family /visit a variety of schools, interviewing the students about a range of subjects. This April we headed over to The Shanghai Community International School (SCIS) Pudong to interview the female cast of their James and the Giant Peach production.  The...

/Photo courtesy of westbundshanghai.com [1]/   Quickly becoming a world-class arts and culture hub, the West Bund is a great place to explore some of the city's best galleries and museums. Just hop on the metro (line 11) and get off at Yunjin Road Station. Take exit 6, walk for about 5 minute...

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