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City Information & Events


Shanghai’s most popular English web magazine, providing the latest news, curated event listings, editorials ,guides, classifieds,  reviews and more

Enjoy Shanghai

Enjoy Shanghai , up to minute reviews. listing, directory and events for shanghai Restaurants ,bars and clubs combined with comprehensive classified

City Weekend

Explore Shanghai with the city’s most trusted entertainment guide powered by expats and local expats. Find restaurants, bars , events, local news and reviews

Food & Beverage Delivery Services


The shanghai expats ‘ultimate online supermarket. High-quality groceries, food safety at a competitive prices & full traceability of each product.


Safe, high quality & imported groceries delivered to you . All free delivery over 200 RMB.


The sherpa’s food delivery service  , delivers  food and beverages to your home or office in Beijing , Shanghai and Suzhou.

Kate & Kimi

Kate & kimi is a Shanghai online grocery delivery store of healthy foods and products. Vegetables ,fruit and bakery, drinks and basic home products with a free delivery over 200 RMB all over Shanghai.


Shanghai alcohol (beer , wine and spirits)  and non alcoholic drinks delivery at a best price.


Shanghai Expat

Shanghai expat is where people look first for information about moving to and living in Shanghai .Find about weekly events and random stuff that’s going on!

Internations Shanghai

The #1 Expat Community in Shanghai. Learn what expats here know about career, housing, driving and health-care in the city

Shanghai Mamas

Is a popular supportive online community of international families joined by the common thread of expat mothers in Shanghai to share information and advice with told stories.

French & German CommunityWebsites

Cercle Francophone de Shanghai

UFE Shanghai



To save any disruptions to your internet access we recommend using a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to expats currently residing in, or planning to move to China. There are multiple VPN services to purchase online, and they can be as cheap as 5 US Dollars per month, giving users access to all blocked sites in China, including Google, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.