Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
Nonsense Machine @ Ming Contemporary Art Museum
Ming Contemporary Art Museum exhibits DIY Technologist Maywa Denki’s first solo show in Shanghai, Nonsense Machine. Denki’s largest ever exhibition, it isn’t just a retrospective of the past 22 years, new works feature from the series of NAKI, EDELWEISS and VOICE MECHANICS.
FREE ENTRY // 10 AM – 6 PM
436 East Yonghe Road, near Pingxingguan Road // 永和东路436号, 近平型关路
Community of Celibates @ Shanghai Gallery of Art
Community of Celibates is a group exhibition exploring themes from the erotic to the absurd. If you’re on the Bund and you have some time to kill there’s lots of artwork to see at at Shanghai Gallery of Art.
FREE ENTRY // 11 AM – 7 PM
3/F, 3 East Zhongshan 1 Road, near Guangdong Road // 中山东一路3号3楼, 近广东路
Job Fair: A Career Skills Expert Panel @ XNode
The Shanghai Forum invites 5 HR experts to talk about new career opportunities in 2016. Learn what industries and jobs are hot in the Year of the Monkey, and how to present yourself to employers.
120 RMB (RSVP) 150 RMB (door) incl. free-flow wine and appetisers // 6.30 PM – 9.30 PM
XNode JingAn, 9F, Overseas Chinese Mansion, 129 West Yan’an Road // 延安西路129号华侨大厦9楼（近乌鲁木齐北路)
KinoClub: Y Tu Mamá También @ Craft
KinoClub screens Mexican film Y Tu Mamá También (2001) at Craft from 9 PM. Enjoy yet another fantastic indie-film from Craft with buy-one-get-one-free drinks all night.
NO COVER // 9 PM
Donghu Hotel South Wing, 7 Donghu Road, above Cinderella KTV // 东湖宾馆, 东湖路7号
El Tuesday @ Unico
Unico livens up the midweek with a rush of Latin soul from El Tuesday in Three on the Bund. Sip on free flow Havana Club mojitos, and maybe have a boogie with live band La Reunion and DJ S. Kiv until late.
NO COVER // 9 PM – LATE
Three on the Bund, 2/F, 3 East Zhongshan 1 Road, near Guangdong Road // 中山东一路3号外滩三号2楼, 近广东路
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[Featuring Nonsense Machine @ Ming Contemporary Art Museum]