Exploring the Odd Passageways of 1933 Slaughterhouse

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

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

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