Shanghai has been in a state of growth for years. With all the talk about the city’s inestimable cost of development and the daily encroachment of skyscrapers upon those with too-humble means, perhaps the biggest offender of modernization gets off almost scot-free: Shanghainese food. How [...]
Shanghai, China was the residence of contributor Chi Tung, who ate extensively on the mainland while working as a media correspondent of many trades.
Chi’s stories cover the classically Shanghai topic of soup dumplings, the less lionized topic of Shanghai’s noodles, the new versus the old in China’s rapidly renovating food infrastructure, and several other topics in Chinese fare – Shanghainese and otherwise.