How to Explain Work Travel to Your Child

How to Explain Work Travel to Your Child By Chantal Chen, occupational therapist at ELG, and Shining Sun, clinical psychologist at ELG, with writer Sam Lu   As the world becomes more and more interconnected, travelling for work is increasingly becoming a common part of many jobs. While for some it can be an exciting … Continued

You’re not alone…

  Dear all, In a week in which we said goodbye to Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, each a leading pioneer in their own industry and adored by millions, it seems appropriate to stop for a moment and take stock of our own lives. Hearing about both deaths on the news went a long way … Continued

Making Friends: A Shanghai Expat’s guide

Making Friends: A Shanghai Expat’s Guide by Casey Hall LifeLineShanghai Of the many challenges facing foreigners when they move to Shanghai – and there are many – the loss of a support network is often the hardest to overcome.Living as an expat can feel like an unreal existence. In “real” life, people form friendships through … Continued

Safe Haven Shanghai – volunteers needed

by Melanie     Global statistics for domestic violence reflect that 1 in every 3 women experience domestic violence at some point in their life*. When people think of domestic abuse, they typically associate physical violence but there can also be emotional, sexual, financial, or psychological abuse that makes someone feel victimized and hopeless. There … Continued