Wordless Wednesday

Thank You for the Versatile Blogger Award

What a nice surprise waking up on a weekend and receiving awards from my friend Irena of kidsfuninseoul, if I could nominate her back, I would, as her blog about living in Korea are… Continue reading

Crossing Huangpu

Today we decided to experience the Huangpu like a local on board of the ferryboats on Dongjin Line (RMB 2 per person, children is free). It’s a popular line for visitor to the city since it reached Jinling east… Continue reading

Hello & Goodbye

My daughter school teacher told me a week ago that one of the student in their class is leaving next week so they gonna organize a small farewell party for him. When Little… Continue reading

Pastry Baking Class ~ Strawberry Fields

Had a fabulous time at Pastry 101 class at Kerry Hotel Pudong today. It is part of their Master Chef Cooking Series,  each month they selected different kitchen to give cooking lessons which… Continue reading

Chinese Grand Prix 2012

What a lovely treat to watch Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on a fine weekend, thanks to Hubby. We’ve got an awesome seats right in front of the pit stops, plenty of action… Continue reading

Guyi Garden

Every other week my better half and I went to explore Shanghai on weekday when Little Miss is in school. We love to take a long walk  or go to a new place.… Continue reading

Picnic at Century Park

Before we all leave for school spring break, a few of the Moms from school and I agreed to meet up for a play date at the park with kiddos on Easter weekend.… Continue reading

Wet Market – Lujiazui

I am a market person, being Asian I’m used to go to open market bazaar in the region. When I arrived in Shanghai naturally I asked around to find a market that is… Continue reading

Science & Technology Museum Shanghai

It’s located at No. 2000 of the Century Avenue (Shiji Dadao) and in my humble opinion, it is one impressive building. Last summer, my daughter and I went to Science World in Vancouver,… Continue reading