Haibao: I’m Still Here – Episode 8

March 7th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Haibao: I'm Still Here

Haibao: I'm Still Here - Episode 8

After weeks working as security guard, Haibao decides he has to go home to Shanghai. Luckily the next stop on the tour is Shanghai! However, in the airport Haibao’s job duties are taken to the next level.

Haibao: I’m Still Here – Episode 4

February 7th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Haibao: I'm Still Here

Haibao: I'm Still Here - Episode 4

Having lost face, Haibao heads to Macau to get away from the negative press. While there he runs into QQ Penguin and is invited to his penthouse party.

Haibao: I’m Still Here – Episode 2

January 24th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Haibao: I'm Still Here

Haibao: I'm Still Here - Episode 2

Having returned to Shanghai following his break up with Hello Kitty. Haibao gets a call from his agent offering him a modeling job. However, in his inebriated state, Haibao doesn’t realise what he’s getting himself into.

Shanghai Squared: Introducing…

January 17th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Blog, Features

Shanghai Squared: Introducing...

Today we introduce five new Squartributors (i.e. contributing squares) who will blogging for us ofter the next ten weeks. Meet the team and checkout the new weekly line-up.

Freshly Squeezed

January 3rd, 2011  |  by  |  published in Blog

Freshly Squeezed

Now is the winter of our discontent

- Shakespeare, Richard III

For Shanghai Squared, this isn’t a winter of discontent so much as the season of low internet activity. Between Christmas and NYE most people have better things to do than log on. However, for those who have kept reading during these short cold days – thank you.

The exciting news is that come January 17th we are introducing a series of new bloggers who are going to contributes to the site on a daily basis. Amongst them is the highly talented illustrator Robin Wang who is working on a cartoon detailing the life of Haibao in a post-expo Shanghai. More details to come soon.

As for today, we have a great interview in T@lk with an English teacher. As many EFL teachers are aware, schools in Shanghai can often be shady employers. However, before this interview I’d never heard of one which required illegal teachers to run for the back door when the police came knocking.

We also have a round up of the best music of 2010 in our Feature article of the week.

     

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