by Siobhan. E. Brown Circumcision: Medically Necessary or Unnecessarily Intrusive? There are few medical discussions that cause heated debate quite like Circumcision. Some parents choose the procedure because they believe it is medically necessary, decreasing their child’s chances of contracting STD’s and keeping their bodies more hygienic. Some parents circumcise their children in order to … Continued
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Ever wondered why rents in Shanghai suddenly sky rocket out of the blue? Been forced to move apartment after a change in landlord? Or thinking about buying property? Read on! Most folk just say “agent”, and don’t really distinguish the difference between “purchasing agents” and “rental agents” – whilst both of whom can be found on the real estate … Continued
Breastfeeding is a great bonding experience and offers health benefits to both mother and child, but without being able to measure how much your baby is getting, it’s only normal to worry that you may not have enough milk to allow your baby to flourish. Luckily, no matter where we live in the world, milk … Continued
Angry All the Time , Anger Management for Expats By Jean Wu Maffe Anger is normal. But what happens when you find your anger habitually spiraling into explosive episodes? Anger that rages uncontrolled will not only damage your relationships, but may eventually impact your physical and mental health too. For expats living in Shanghai, life may … Continued
Louie Cheng from PureLivingChina.com answers the top 10 questions he hears most from Shanghai residents:
How do different colours impact our moods, feelings and behaviours?
Orange combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow.