Author: Wanna Travel Admin

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What to expect?

Meet dozens of people of different  nationationalities, age and professions, play ice breaking games, get to know about weekend trips, find an intern or intership and, of course, good deals on drinks, good music and lots of fun! Why should we pay for making new  friends and business partners? NO ENTRANCE FEE, just come and enjoy!

Address:  Kulou bar

222 Xiangyang Nan Lu, near Fuxing Zhong Lu, French concession, Shanghai. Shaanxi Nan lu metro station (L1 and L10)
襄阳南路222号,近复兴中路

Date: March 3rd, Thursday 19:00-22:00

Drinks:

Corona beer – 45 rmb

House wine – 55 rmb

Cocktails – 55 rmb
Food: snacks available

 

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More than 100 people joined our Meetup and Free Networking event last Thursday at Eleven’s bar! The Red Man from Enjoy Shanghai was there to give out prizes to 3 lucky draw winners! Pictures provided by HolaChina.

We are looking forward to seeing you at our next event on March 3rd at Kulou bar!

 

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Today, February 22nd, 15th day of the first lunar month, is Lantern Festival  day – the first significant feast after Spring Festival. 

Where

Yuyuan garden (closest metro station – Yuyuan garden L10)

When

Shedule of  the perfomance:

14:30-15:00

16:00-16:30

18:00-18:30

20:00-20:30

21:30-22:00

Don’t miss out a unique cultural event!

 

About Chinese lantern festival:

The Lantern Festival (simplified Chinese: 灯节) is a Chinese festival celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar year in the lunar calendar marking the last day of the lunar New Year celebration. It is usually in February or March in the Gregorian calendar. As early as the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 25), it had become a festival with great significance. During the Lantern Festival, children go out at night to temples carrying paper lanterns and solve riddles on the lanterns (simplified Chinese: 猜灯谜).

In ancient times, the lanterns were fairly simple, and only the emperor and noblemen had large ornate ones.In modern times, lanterns have been embellished with many complex designs. For example, lanterns are now often made in the shape of animals. The lanterns can symbolize the people letting go of their past selves and getting new ones, which they will let go of the next year. The lanterns are almost always red to symbolize good fortune.

Finding love

In the early days, young people were chaperoned in the streets in hopes of finding love. Matchmakers acted busily in hopes of pairing couples. The brightest lanterns were symbolic of good luck and hope. As time has passed, the festival no longer has such implications in most of China.

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What to expect?

Meet dozens of people of different nationationalities, age and professions, play ice breaking games, get to know about weekend trips, Mandarin school, kindergarten for locals and expats, find an intern or intership and, of course, good deals on drinks, good music and lots of fun! Why should we pay for making new friends and business partners? NO ENTRANCE FEE, just come and enjoy!

Address:  Elevens bar

Changping road 888-8, near Jiaozhou road. Changping road metro station, exit 5 (L7), Jing’an, Shanghai

Date: February 25th, Thursday 19:00-22:00

Drinks:

Budweiser draft – 25 rmb

House wine – 40 rmb

Coctails – 40 rmb
Food: pizza, pasta, burgers!

You can join at anytime!

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Healthy breakfast, juices, herbal drinks, organic veggies, yoga, meditation, ionic foot bath, clean air and amazing mountain view… The detox program is available the whole year around, choose the dates that fits you best and let us make a plan for you!

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