Shanghai Pride formally announced the cessation of its activities on Thursday.
The event, which started as a small community gathering in 2009, served as China’s sole major annual celebration of LGBTQ+ rights.
On Friday, May 15, crowds of people geared up in masks and gathered at the opening of the first Popeyes location in China.
Founded in 1972 by the late Al Copeland in New Orleans, Louisiana, Popeyes is a chain of fast-food restaurants famous for selling its Louisiana inspired fried chicken.
Dezhuang Restaurant, one of the biggest hot pot restaurants in Chongqing, China is set to hold an exhibit of the world’s biggest hot pot at the second China International Import Expo in Shanghai.
The hot pot is measured at 10-meter (32.8 feet) diameter and 1.06-meter (3.4 feet) high and weighs 13 tons, according to ECNS.
Mandopop king Jay Chou recently held a private concert for his children at Shanghai Arena in China as they did not get to watch their father perform.
The 40-year-old Taiwanese artist was in Shanghai for a concert over the weekend along with his family.
While Ma highlighted his optimism about potential rewards of the technology, Musk stressed the importance of understanding the risks it poses.
NBA Houston Rockets superstar James Harden was recently stopped by the police for allegedly violating traffic rules in Shanghai while on a promotional tour.
The 29-year-old athlete was spotted by many on the streets of Shanghai riding his electric scooter.
A series of photos featuring Asian men wearing nothing but their underwear in what appears to be a college dormitory has gone viral on Chinese social media for obvious reasons.
The photos, shot by Shanghai-based photographer JQvision, depict a dorm room the Shanghai University of Sport where a group of muscle-bound “students” lounge around and partake in daily activities together while half-naked, according to Shanghaiist.
A significant number of college students in Shanghai have claimed to be virgins, with many saying they have never even kissed yet, a recent survey has revealed.
In the study conducted by the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, nearly 2,000 local teenagers were interviewed about their attitudes to sex, Shanghaiist reports.
A swarm of obsessive fans caused chaos at Shanghai Airport as they tried to catch a glimpse of their idols on Saturday.
A list that surfaced on Weibo shows a total of 16 pop stars who either departed or arrived that day, including Deng Chaoyuan, who emerged from the second season of Chinese reality show “Idol Producer.”
Shanghai, China is the most expensive city for luxury goods and services in Asia, according to Bank Julius Baer & Co.’s 2018 Wealth Report.
Hong Kong, which previously held the top spot, now trails behind Singapore in third place.
An Italian EDM duo has been slammed as racists after trolling passersby in Taipei and Shanghai with mock Chinese accent while on tour.
Vinai, composed of brothers Alessandro and Andrea, debuted in 2013 with the track “Hands Up” under Time Records. They founded their own record label, Zerothirty, in 2017.
Fashion house Dolce & Gabbana was reportedly forced to cancel their Shanghai show after releasing ads that featured an Asian model helplessly trying to eat Italian food with chopsticks.
The “instructional” ads, which have now been deleted, targeted the Chinese market for the brand’s latest “DG Loves China” campaign; one which has already faced controversy for racism in the past.