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I got back from my Guangzhou/Shenzhen/Hong Kong trip just in time for the Dior Homme afterparty on the Bund last night… I was so exhausted I wasn’t sure I was going to make it, but after reviewing my pictures from … Continue reading
Aside from super feminine and slightly ridiculous styles on Qi Pu Lu, I also came across a good amount of literal t-shirts. This one, which read “YOU, ONE FINE DAY, ME”, was one of my favorites, although the Chinese girl … Continue reading
Shanghai Fashion Week FW12 starts April 11th, which is technically tomorrow!! That means it’s time for another week of a few great shows and a lot of mediocre ones, but the true show is outside the tents… However, I’ve never … Continue reading
What do you think of when you see this Chinese lady? You probably don’t think of this: But this is no April Fools’ Day joke, this is real life in China. Respect.
There’s not much else to say, as his coat says it all.
It’s Leap Day (and CPHNS’s 200th post) everyone!! Today is an extra day we’ve all earned from getting through the past four years, so I propose we literally leap for joy on this special extra day like the Chinese guy … Continue reading
This literally hilarious submission from my friend Nani is of a t-shirt one of her students at Raffles wore to class one day: It reads: “Look at all these losers you find them everywhere”. Although not very nice, I would … Continue reading
It’s officially 2012 on the East Side!! The streets are littered with red paper and the people living here slightly more deaf than before, but China will be mostly cleaned by daybreak and people should mostly have their hearing back. … Continue reading