Travel: Stunning Shanghai

Travel: Stunning Shanghai

I have quipped over the years that vis­it­ing Singa­pore is like exper­i­en­cing Asia-Lite. The most orderly city in South­east Asia feels, well, a bit too safe – the vibrancy and drama ooz­ing from every pore in many cit­ies in the region sponged up and trans­planted by clean streets and an excel­lent stand­ard of liv­ing. All […]

About Richard Aindow

Richard spent four years man­aging and edit­ing this pub­lic­a­tion before head­ing to the oth­er end of Cuba Street in Janu­ary 2014. Now gen­er­al man­ager of New Zeal­and’s longest run­ning con­tem­por­ary dance com­pany, Foot­note New Zea­l­and Dance, he is pas­sion­ate lead­er of arts in the cap­it­al and is act­ively engaged as a movie review­er and cul­tur­al crit­ic on air and in print. He loves noth­ing bet­ter than talk­ing to people through a microphone.