mushelle: Sunday, brunch day Still quite a fun day It isn't yet Monday Or time to go to work day Nor time to wash the socks day Or time to count the calories day Or time to drown my sorrows day But time to see my friends day It's time to eat too much day It's time to enjoy the weather day Its time to take my time day It's time for guilty pleasures day, Oh yes, It's brunch day.
mkreates: A good article about the film industry in China with expats and foreigners, particularly those who choose a career in such a fickle and developing industry. Well done Drago! Amongst the complications and complexities that foreigners are challenged with, its not many who act, direct and produce their own work!
amekurin: Because it could be a treat after long stressful week, and can refresh myself to survive through another week. On Saturday, too lazy to go out. And if I eat too much at brunch on Sunday, I can still skip dinner to prepare for Monday,
amaychina: Spas are not for everyone but how about a 90 minute foot massage followed by a 90 minute body massage. Meditation Boxing Gym Smile at someone and often they smile back - a smile is really therapeutic Take the ferry across the Huangpu - on a bad China day I'll get myself a to-go coffee or bring a bottle of wine (with a cup) and go back and forth on the ferry a couple of times
eddie10: :) There use to be a lane of merchants just off ZhongHuaLu that trades in beef parts. Unfortunately, they were re-located during the World Expo 2010. There were at least 2 street-eateries just next to the traders - does wonderful dishes (stir-fry, soups, etc.) - love the "mix soup" there - all the "spare parts" in a delicious bowl. :) As for chicken-feet, try the HK dim sum ("yum cha") variant - those are the only types I go for. Southern "Canton" style cooking. Cheers.
rrroland: Hate to burst your bubble, Chelsea, but you are not a food editor. And you know very little about food or drinks. I have been to Bistro Burger, their "dairy" milkshake (as you call it) has no dairy in it at all. It is soft serve, which is in reality ice mixed with powder... no actual milk in it at all. Non-food editors like Chelsea (who strangely write about food and drinks) don't know that and don't notice such things.
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