Since April 2010, The Drunken Dragon pub crawl has been guiding its followers through Shanghai’s pulsing nightlife. The crawl claims to be the best way to meet new friends and offers the guarantee of a good night out. Shanghai Squared sent its cameras on-board the Drunken Dragon bus to investigate the legitimacy of this claim and to uncover what really goes down on this spirituous event.
From lavish tea ceremonies to the modest Tupperware brew found in the clutch of every taxi diver, the consumption of tea in modern Shanghai is apparent on every level of Chinese society. Shanghai Squared met tea enthusiast, Sam Price, and headed to Tianshan Tea City in search a greater understanding of this ancient beverage.
What are you doing Saturday night?
Because the newly renamed and revamped The Oz (formally OzNz) is offering seven and a half hours of open bar in what looks to be this weekends best deal in town.
Those of you carrying the X and Y chromosome may be a little dismayed to find out that you have to pay 20 RMB more then your XX counterparts.
While this may seem a little unfair, the “at the door” charge is 150 RMB irrespective of your sex. Ladies, best RSVP asap to cash in on the sexism.
The night is set to finishes up at Club Gaga’s opening night.
Shanghai knows how to exploit a celebrity name to promote a club like no other. First Obama Club, now Club Gaga. I’m holding out for Club Julian Assange – it’s gonna be off the hook!