O’Malley’s was bumpin’ at 2:30 AM last Wednesday Night for the Champions League final:
Monthly Archives: May 2009
NY Times article with mind blowing stats about Shanghai’s preparation for the 2010 expo. The killer quotes… the city is planning to spend $45 billion, more than was spent on the Beijing Olympics, to upgrade Shanghai’s infrastructure, build new transportation links and create what organizers […]
Biking along Suzhou Creek I found a funky design bookstore and this one dude smoking a cigarette alone at a giant table. It was surreal.
His friend rice is spicy whether you ask for it or not.
Biked by the impressive Jade Buddah Temple. Looked very cool and I really want to give it a proper visit.
All eyes were glued to the NBA Playoffs in this food hut in northern Shanghai.
Jenna and I went to the Shanghai Fabric Market this weekend. I ended up with 6 dress shirts for ~$80. Probably a rip off as far as this place in concerned but the perfect fit and your choice of fabric makes it worth it. Plus, […]
Heading to my building’s underground bike parking lot
Not a great photo but I found this one visually interesting. Taken from a Shanghai taxi cab…
We hiked to a Buddhist nunnery where we met the monk who lives there and spent some time in the temple.
Great China article in this weeks NYT Mag: The China Puzzle. Does a nice job summing up the state of our economic interdependence and explains why China’s “imbalances” are a huge issue. Also drops some interesting facts like this one: China sold $338 billion worth […]