Tapped at Sprout: In light of the recent discovery that Chinese bottled water brands still adhere to Soviet-era safety standards and harbor harmful contaminants, Sprout is screening Tapped on Sunday, June 16. This groundbreaking documentary on the bottled water industry explores how bottled water affects earth’s climate, pollution, our health, and our reliance on oil. RSVPs are required so email [email protected].
Free // 4-5:30pm // Sprout // Surpass Court, Unit 412, G/F, 570 Yongjia Lu, near Yueyang Lu (永嘉路570号底楼412室, 近岳阳路).
Cooking class at Restaurant-Ecole Institut Paul Bocuse: On June 6, the students of French super-chef Paul Bocuse teach you how to craft French classics like goose liver terrine with sweet wine jelly, stuffed seabass in a puff pastry crust and black forest cake. Dinner will be served after class and you get to take one goose liver terrine home.
580RMB // 7pm // Restaurant-Ecole Institut Paul Bocuse // 379 Baotun Lu, near Zhongshan Nan Lu (保屯路379号, 近中山南路).
Digestive health seminar: Can’t shake the Shanghai shits? Then you best head back to Sprout on June 23 because Alan Deng, US-trained integrative medicine physician will be giving a lecture on digestion. He’ll be covering imbalanced digestion, diarrhea, ulcerative colitis and colon cancer and other not-so-fun tummy problems. Complimentary digestive drink included. RSVP to [email protected].
100RMB // 4-5:30pm // Sprout // Surpass Court, Unit 412, G/F, 570 Yongjia Lu, near Yueyang Lu (永嘉路570号底楼412室, 近岳阳路).
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Benjamin Cost is Shanghaiist’s Food Editor. Email tips, recommendations, and news updates on Shanghai’s dining scene to [email protected].