Smart Shanghai keeps you updated with upcoming events, festivals, concerts, you name it, going on in Shanghai. Make sure to check out their website, though, for a comprehensive list.
Shanghai Expat is great for learning about upcoming events and jobs in Shanghai, as well as some news and opinion-based articles.
Time Out Shanghai
Provides a comprehensive guide for the best places to eat and drink in Shanghai. You can also search for upcoming events pertaining to music, nightlife, and art.
Provides articles covering news, deals, restaurant reviews, and upcoming events in Shanghai. They also supply a few videos and photos.
City Weekend Shanghai
Offers a wide range of topics covering Shanghai, including things to do, places to eat and drink, deals, fun activities, upcoming events, and general life in the city.
Enjoy the Best of Shanghai
Provides information about nightlife, dining, arts and social events across Shanghai, as well as diet and fitness challenges.
Organizes trips across China, all starting from Shanghai.
Provides information—mostly editorial format—about Shanghai. Its articles are in English and Chinese!
If you’re an avid cycler in Shanghai and looking to join other cycling groups, you may want to keep up with the latest news and stories about cycling events going on around town. You can also check my article covering Cycling in Pudong!
Provides news, entertaining stories, videos, and more covering all-things China and Chinese-related. You’ll want to grab this one if you like this type of stuff.
Shanghai Family dubs itself as “the most trusted guide for international families in Shanghai”. They provide articles on activities and events to participate in across Shanghai.
Shanghai Urban Family
If you’re in Shanghai with a family, you’ll probably want to subscribe to Shanghai Urban Family for the latest on activities, events, and general things to do with your loved ones.
Wanna travel is a group that organizes meet-ups for traveling around Shanghai. Examples include cycling adventures, paragliding, hiking, and more.
Citymaster Shanghai produces a wide range of cultural exchange events that allow foreigners to interact with locals. You can spend Chinese New Year with a local family, learn to how make traditional Chinese dishes, and more. A must if you’re looking for more cultural immersion in the city!