The "Floral Bird" pet store, a place to satisfy all your needs for crickets, birds, fish, and massive walnuts...?
How a stroll at the Financial District in Shanghai inspired a short film about the chillest cat on the planet.
There's a place in Shanghai where middle aged men go and feed their pet cricket, bird, and fish obsession.
There must be some secret poker society here in China, because I can't help but notice crowds of card playing at random sidewalks and every park I've visited.
What happens when a historic town that resides along a riverbank becomes a tourist hotspot.
Yayoi Kusama is one of the most influential artists of our time. With her "A Dream I Dreamed" exhibit opening in Shanghai, a famous and rare attraction in an overpopulated city proved itself to be a unique experience all of its own.
An adorable kid feeds pigeons in People's Square, which is like a smaller, Shanghai-version of Central Park, sitting amidst skyscrapers in the middle of the city. We assume the pigeons are purposely planted by the Chinese government, since this is the only place in the city that they are seen.
Two men enjoy their giant swirls of cotton candy in Tian Zi Fang, a maze of boutiques and street food in Shanghai, China.
In the dead season of tourism in Shanghai, shops in Yu Garden remain open and fully staffed despite the lack of tourists. This causes a lot of boredom and quality iPhone time for the clerks.
Tourist attractions in Shanghai seem to appease the tourists not only with extravagant traditional buildings, but also with a little modern familiarity.
What happens to a non-Cantonese speaking Asian in Hong Kong...