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Misadventures in Shanghai, China: Contrary to Popular Belief, I Was Not Having Sex a.k.a. My Concussion Story
Today I shaved my legs for the first time in three weeks. This shaving sojourn was not caused by my usual laziness or even my hippy tendencies, no it was instead caused by an intense fear of bending over in … Continue reading
Almost every restaurant I’ve been to in Shanghai has had some form of limeade on the menu. The ingredients and tastes vary – some are sugary, some are tart – but they’ve all had a sense of Shanghai style to … Continue reading
After the chaotic hell that is shopping for groceries in Shanghai, D.E. and I decided to treat ourselves to some all American dessert: Cold Stone Creamery. However, after watching the attendant sneeze large chunks of who-knows-what all over the ice … Continue reading
Part of the ignorance that came with not realizing it was Chinese New Year was not preparing for how closed everything would be in Shanghai. The town, which is normally packed full of hustling people and peddlers, was completely barren … Continue reading
The first time I saw boiled peanuts, I was not impressed. They looked slimy and impossible to eat with the chopsticks I had been given. I thought they were some kind of disgusting fermented bean and was preparing for a … Continue reading
Somehow, I had completely forgotten about Chinese New Year when I booked my flight to China. Even when Shanghai blogger MaryAnne Oxendale (from Wok with Me Baby – Cooking Non-Chinese Food in China) told me she was leaving town to … Continue reading