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

Recommended Books: The Shanghai Walks Collection

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

Stay Active Stay Warm: Go Rock Climbing

Winter is a hard time to stay active in Shanghai. It gets dark early. It’s almost always cold. The air pollution is still up and down like a roller-coaster. Luckily there are some great options like Indoor Rock Climbing! Indoor climbing is a great way to spend time with friends, while still being active. It’s also one of the few sports that people of all levels … Continue reading Stay Active Stay Warm: Go Rock Climbing