Lamb’s blood, Bagua mirrors, doors and signs of passover. On Changping road, in north-east Jing’an, Shanghai, a whole street is sanctioned for demotion with ‘拆’ consecrating anti-passover above every entrance. Continue reading “Changping road teardown”
Sharebikes in Shanghai are so fundamentally integrated in the city’s infrastructure, they’ve begun to attract flypost advertising for commodities and services.
I just returned from Shanghai, home to an exciting new bike-sharing system (launched last month) called Mobike. Continue reading “Mobike, mobile payment, and the changing face of Shanghai Transportation”