If you have watched “IP Man”, you will definitely want to learn WingChun. Here is the chance you can catch! Ju Yong Town is a professional chain brand for WingChun under the DaYongHe Enterprise founded by Mr. Wu Junhui in 2010. Unlike most traditional Wushu Clubs, they only recruit individual members. The operation of this brand uses a different method. Two Events Experience Wing Chun and discover the charm of Chinese Kungfu with the Summer Card. This event is free for Summer Card holders.
📍 468 Changshou Road | 长寿路468号
Executive Chef Eason has worked with sommelier to present an attractive dinner set menu featuring a variety of signature Cantonese dishes paired with wine. Starting from 8:30pm daily, come to Three on the Bund for a memorable dinner.
📍 3 No.1 East Zhongshan Road | 中山东一路3号
Every Monday at Roof 325, they’re hosting a special deal on a meat-free set menu, available for both lunch and dinner. ¥168 for three courses of continental food — soups, salads, pastas on the menu.
📍 325 West Nanjing Road | 南京西路325号
Luxury hotel The Peninsula goes all out with a luxury seafood spread for the end of summer. Fresh oysters, lemon poached snow king crab, seabass, American scallops, lobsters and tiger prawns all feature for dinner. ¥368 Sunday to Thursday, ¥398 Friday and Saturday.
📍 32 No.1 East Zhongshan Road | 中山东一路32号
Mike Shinoda, co-lead vocalist for multi-platinum Grammy Award winning rock Band Linkin Park will present his personal songs from the upcoming Post Traumatic album as well as hits from Fort Minor and Linkin Park in his first solo performance in Beijing and Shanghai.
📍 116 Wenshui Road | 汶水路116号
Lace up your sneakers, don your sweatband or cap, squeeze into the running attire of your choice and get running! The group will meet at RunnerHub at 166 Kaibin Road and run along the river. It’s a perfect chance for you to break a sweat in the dog days of summer and meet new people. No entry fee – To RSVP, please email: [email protected]
📍 166 Kaibin Road | 凯滨路166号
Two bodies, one stage, lots to process. This avant-garde modern dance performance is unlike anything else on stage in Shanghai. Through movement, lights, glittery green shirts, and a combination of music and weirdly recognizable sound effects, this performance is a can’t miss for any fan of the arts in their obscurest form. Scarabeo is on another level.
📍 1650 Hongqiao Road | 虹桥路1650号
Everyone has plans. Everyone has goals. Everyone has struggles’. The point of ‘The Breakfast Club’ is to come together and approach everyone’s unique situation in a way that allows for the most productivity in your everyday life. Essentially advice on how to get out of life what you put into it.
📍 33 North Caoxi Road | 漕溪北路33号
This computer application workshop will guide participants through numerous content such as text, information, logical, date, mathematical/statistical, database, lookup, financial and custom functions in Microsoft Excel. Please contact Chenyu Ling at [email protected] to register.
📍 121 Yanping Road | 延平路121号
An evocative North London alt-rock outfit led by vocalist Ellie Rowsell, Wolf Alice deftly mixes folk, grunge, and electronic elements with vintage ’90s indie rock. Formed in 2010 by Rowsell and guitarist Joff Oddie, the duo issued an eponymous EP independently before expanding into a four-piece in 2012 with the addition of drummer Joel Amey and bassist Theo Ellis.
📍 188 Ruihong Road | 瑞虹路188号
Continuing their line of innovative free Thursday open mics, it’s the return of the famous ‘Set List’ style improvised comedy show to Massé: a free stand-up open mic where Shanghai’s best comedians will hit the stage to deliver a mix of planned and unplanned material. Always fun, never predictable, this is the show that brings out the best in any comic.
📍 800 Changde Road | 常德路800号
Ministry of Negroni is back at Funkadeli, this time around with guest bartenders Vincenzo Losappio and Carlo Simbula from The Spirit Milano, one of the best cocktail bars in Italy. The duo are flying in for the occasion and will be shaking up variations on the negroni at Funkadeli, serving three cocktails priced at ¥70-80. Funkadeli hosts Ministry of Negroni every month, inviting guest bartenders to showcase their own take on the Negroni with a special menu of cocktails.
📍 291 Fumin Road | 富民路291号
It’s all peace and love at Bar Rouge for Flower Power party, with a soundtrack of happy, psychedelic and 70s music.
📍 18 No.1 East Zhongshan Road | 中山东一路18号
Shanghai’s finest future-rockers, Duck Fight Goose, update their wildly original, cyberpunk classic CLVB ZVKVNFT with a new audio-visual live performance, conceptualized by band leader Han Han (aka Gooooose). Opening by Foster Parents.
📍 179 Yichang Road | 宜昌路179号
On Friday 17th at CAGES Sports Bar, a stand-up comedy show where some of the most talented comedians from Shanghai’s booming comedy scene showcase their best material. Performers include among others China International Comedy Festival finalist Eric Alexander and international touring comedian and Shanghai Comedy Club founder Barney Rivera. Tickets are ¥70 and include a free drink.
📍 428 Jiangning Road | 江宁路428号
5 Course Chinese Valentine’s Early Bird Dinner at ¥999 per person, available from 5:00pm to 6:00pm. 6 Course Chinese Valentine’s Tasting Dinner at ¥1520 per person, available from 5:00pm to late.
📍 17 Guangdong Road | 广东路17号
Rave at one of the world’s top 10 indoor parties in Shanghai as Transmission Festival comes to the city for the first time on August 18. Happening on Saturday at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC), the inaugural Transmission China brings a host of leading trance producers from around the globe in a spectacle of laser light shows and a booming sound system. The line up for this year includes Aly & Fila, Andy Moor, BT, Driftmoon, Orjan Nilsen, Purple Haze by Sander van Doorn, Simon Patterson, and more. Combined with the light shows by Vision Impossible and Funktion-one sound system, partiers will be taken an inspired and exciting journey throughout the whole night.
📍 333 Songze Avenue | 崧泽大道333号
Men and women in beachwear get free entry before 12pm, while a free Margarita also awaits the ladies. There will also be free tequila shots on the hour every hour, as well as a ¥1,000 prize for whoever dresses the sexiest. No reservations are necessary, and the purchase of two drinks will get you entry throughout the day, so come dressed for the sun, sand, and surf, and soak in summer at Zapata’s on August 18.
📍 11 Dongping Road | 东平路11号
Dress to Impress Vegas Style! Bring Lady Luck along! Place your bets and play the odds in an exciting night of Cocktails, Cards and more. We’ve got Roulette, Blackjack and Texas Hold ‘Em tables with plenty of great prizes up for grabs. Win-Loss or Draw it’ll be a fun, exciting and entertaining evening! Double down and try your luck at The Pearl.
📍 471 Zhapu Road | 乍浦路471号
Zhao Liang inventively presents the Kunqu Opera singing and dance performances simultaneously on the stage, featuring both the natural beauty of the former and the avant-garde dynamics of the latter. Such approach to incorporate “drama within drama” is very challenging. The role of the young nun is played out by two people, among whom Ms Dong Fei has been trained under the lineage of the great Peking Opera master Mr Mei Lanfang. She will play the role of Empty and sing Kunqu alive on the stage.
📍 1650 Hongqiao Road | 虹桥路1650号
Through a riveting fusion of cutting-edge visuals, puppetry and stagecraft buoyed by a soaring cinematic score, Cirque du Soleil applies its unique signature style to James Cameron’s imaginary world and “makes the bond” between two kindred artistic visions that capture the imagination. This live immersive experience also bears the distinct signature of directors and multimedia innovators Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon. It is a living ode to the Na’vi’s symbiotic coexistence with nature and their belief in the basic interconnectedness of all living things.
📍 1200 Expo Avenue | 世博大道1200号
Mamoru Fujisawa, known professionally as Joe Hisaishi, is a Japanese composer and musical director known for over 100 film scores and solo albums dating back to 1981. Hisaishi is also known for his piano scores. Joe Hisaishi started to show his interest in minimal music when he was a student at Kunitachi College of Music and embarked on his career as a composer.
📍 523 East Yan’an Road | 延安东路523号
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