Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai is a Chicago-born, Brooklyn-based Chinese Taiwanese American spoken word artist, and she's coming to Shanghai to peform with underground lit collective HAL. We grab her for a chat before she hits the stage.
Since Father’s Day is coming up, I’ve decided to dedicate the next few posts on the SH blog to the unwitting figure of hilarity that is my dad. Don’t worry – it’s not going to be some sort of soppy homage. Think of it more as a comedy of errors.
Model Chrissie Chau has quickly become the most controversial celebrity in town after releasing a book of sexy photos and a giant pillow emblazoned with a life-size image of her scantily clad self. She talks to June Ng about career planning, sexiness and bad press.
For those of us who haven’t jumped on the whisky bandwagon just yet, it might help to beef up our knowledge on the subject—to impress a visiting boss, outshine a savvy friend, improve on random trivia skills… or just to show Dad how we've grown up!