Most couples heading to Shanghai focus on the tactical and practical aspects of their relocation. They hire movers, engage real estate agents, and identify schools. Once here, they find grocery stores, and hire ayis to help them. While many couples know that moving to China will add stresses and strains to their lives, … Continued
Category: Bite of Shanghai
Search the beauty~A Hungarian mother finds her peace in her 8 year long stay in China I am not a writer but I love beautiful things, I love expressing myself with art, or by creating healthy food for my family, or taking photographs of sweet nothings that catch my eyes. So when my friend asked … Continued
Olivia is from France and is a food lover with an eye for nutrition.When she arrived in China she loved having an Ayi to help her out but she also felt the need for a guide to deal with Ayi ‘wentis’ . “Cuisine mei wenti” cooking school was born out of the need to iron out everyday … Continued
Shanghai is a city of 20 million people, and as far as I can tell, they ALL like to eat. A lot. This tendency works out really well for us, because there is always a new dining hot spot to try or a gorgeous produce stand around the corner.
I can hear birds chirping outside my window when I wake up. The smell of freshly mown grass wafts through the kitchen as I make my morning cup of tea. Am I dreaming? Am I home in the US on holiday? Nope: believe it or not, I am in the middle of Shanghai.