Shanghai might regularly top polls for being one of the most expensive cities in the world to live, but thanks to its abundance of reasonably priced hotels and cheap eats, coupled with many interesting and free things to do, it can be an inexpensive place to travel. Singles’ Market Every weekend amongst the leafy surroundings of People’s Park, hundreds of parents and grandparents gather to find potential partners for their single adult children at Shanghai’s Singles’ Market. Armed with posters detailing their offspring’s attributes – physical appearance, education level, current job, etc – they spend the weekend meeting other parents...Read More
Author: Tessa Humphrys
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