Daily Archives: 4. September 2015

Three days in Shanghai – what to do

Day one: The Bund and Nanjing Road Your first stop should be “The Bund” – which is a well-known harbor area with many tall buildings along the promenade. The area has been seen as a symbol of Shanghai for hundreds of years. It was here that the European trading houses and banks held, and more »

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Fudan International School

Excellent English friendly alternative for expats children Fudan University is one of the top universities in the world and has a high admission fee for those who want to study there. However, there is a cheaper alternative for people that still have not reached university age. Fudan University International School (FDIS) is a public more »

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Football in Shanghai – two teams

Football is the most popular sports in the whole world. China has been a country with a population that does not seem to care much about this wonderful sport, but things have changed in the last couple of years. Shanghai has two football teams: Shanghai Shenhua and Shanghai SIPG SH. Shanghai Shenhua The most more »

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