Hit It With Your Best Shot: Daoshun Archery

Daoshun Archery Daoshun Archery has locations throughout Shanghai. It’s a great place to go as a group outing, or even by yourself. Not being an archery professional myself, I can’t speak to the quality of their bows and arrows—but I do know that after only one round I’m usually making eyes at the more “professional” models with sleek balance systems that people bring in to … Continue reading Hit It With Your Best Shot: Daoshun Archery

Jump Into Fun, Dole Island Trampoline Park

Go ahead. Be a kid again! And with as many different types of trampoline areas the Trampoline Park offers, you’ll want to. While this place is a bit far out (even for you Puxi-Ren) it’s worth the trek. Go with a group of friends, company party, kids’ birthday party, to get in a good workout (I seriously have sore muscles I didn’t even know I had!) or apparently … Continue reading Jump Into Fun, Dole Island Trampoline Park

You’re Welcome Taste Buds: Mr. & Mrs. Bund’s Magic Lemon Dessert

Coming in at a ¥121 (¥110 cost + 10% service charge), the Lemon Tart isn’t the best deal you’ll find for dessert in Shanghai, but it is a unique experience for your taste buds that should be had at least once as this little lemon packs a big taste-bud punch! Imagine eating an entire lemon—skin and all, and LOVING it! The basic idea of the magic lemon tart … Continue reading You’re Welcome Taste Buds: Mr. & Mrs. Bund’s Magic Lemon Dessert