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Shanghaiist

From their website:

Shanghaiist is part of Gothamist LLC, the most visited network of city blogs on the Internet today. Founded in 2005, Shanghaiist has emerged as one of the most popular English-language websites about China, covering local news, events, food, and entertainment for a diverse audience of young and affluent urbanites.

Driven entirely by word-of-mouth, Shanghaiist has grown steadily year-on-year to reach more than 2 million unique visitors and 4 million pageviews each month by mid 2015.

Forbes called Shanghaiist a "sophisticated, deliciously urbane city blog." The New York Times thinks we are "ever-excellent." And Yahoo! said the site contains "the local scoop on Shanghai, including news, commentary, reviews, events, and more."

Shanghaiist readers are young, hip and upwardly mobile — the kind of audience advertisers love. The site has become a daily "must read" for thousands of Shanghai residents and "China watchers" around the globe.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Anti-Gay Faith-Based Groups in Taiwan Vow to Take Fight against Same-Sex Marriage to next Level

KENNETH TAN
Shanghaiist
On Wednesday afternoon, cheers rang out in the streets of Taipei as Taiwan’s top constitutional court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage, but not everyone present was so overjoyed. The ruling has left anti-gay groups on the island in shock, with...

Propaganda Photographer Wang Shilong

Shanghaiist
Wang Shilong 王世龙 (born in 1930 in Henan province) served in the Propaganda Department of the People’s Liberation Army as photographer and oil painter between the years 1948 and 1950. He then became a photojournalist for local newspapers and...

Major Airlines' Headphones Linked to Chinese Prison Labor

Erik Crouch
Shanghaiist
Qantas, British Airways, and Emirates have allegedly been sourcing their in-flight headphones from a Guangdong prison, according to the testimony of two recently released inmates.

Son Of Chinese Official Jailed After Attempted Bribe And Threat

James Griffiths
Shanghaiist
At a meeting he had requested to discuss a 37 percent mark he had recently received on his dissertation (3 percentage points short of a pass) Li Yang offered £5,000 (47,000 yuan). He also came armed with an air pistol.