I recently came back from a trip to D.C., and as anyone who has ever visited can attest: there’s a LOT to see/do/learn! You can’t quite possibly fit everything in in one trip. Additionally, there is so much diversity in what you can do—it really depends on what you’re interested in to decide how you fill your time there. For this reason, I’m not necessarily … Continue reading Making the Most of a Trip to Washington D.C.
If you’re looking for a Shanghai Wander that’s just a little…well…weirder than your normal exploration, head over to the 1933 Slaughterhouse. This at once beautiful and at once haunting Art Deco building feels like you’ve stepped into what would result if the Winchester Mystery House and an MC Escher drawing had a cement baby. Additionally the rooftop terrace offers great views of the real Shanghai: a city at the same … Continue reading Exploring the Odd Passageways of 1933 Slaughterhouse
Whether you’re a tourist looking for a way to take exploring into your own hands, a “local” who wants to dive deeper into what makes Shanghai Shanghai, or an enthusiast who just wants to read more about this crazy city—these books are for you! This is one “guide book” that I’ll be taking with me even when I leave Shanghai. Continue reading Recommended Books: The Shanghai Walks Collection