Where to go, what to do on Aug 17 in Shanghai.
Sunflower Bean @ Yuyintang
This rising rock band incorporates bits of The Velvet Underground, Fleetwood Mac, and Tame Impala in their foot-tapping renditions. Having started in their basement, the band now takes to the stage for their tunes.
💰 Pre-sale ¥180; at the door ¥160
📍 851 Kaixuan Road | 凯旋路851号
Sales Strategy Training @ AustCham
A training session to help you get in on China’s growing economy. Led by Claudio Grillenzoni, he will outline traditional CRM/E-CRM concepts and delve into how new technologies and business intelligence can advance your China sales strategy.
🕒 1.30pm – 5pm
💰 Member ¥888 / Non-member ¥988
📍 668 Huai’An Road | 槐安路688号
Good Night Sleep Tight @ Shanghai Children’s Art Theatre
Little Baby’s Theatre welcomes young audiences to a slumber fantasy starring Swedish performer Teater Tre. Tre uses hilarious physical humor to make this play the thing of dreams.
🕒 Until Aug 20, 7.30pm
📍 800 Miaojiang Road | 苗江路800号
Sancho-Madridejos @ Power Station of Art
Architect Juan Carlos Sancho explains his work on “folding.” Figure out how it relates to other architectural themes and its ability to address complex building projects.
🕒 7.30pm – 9.30pm
💰 Free entry
📍 200 Huayuangang Road | 花园港路200号
Green Initiatives Film Screening @ Kerry Center
Learn how to play your part in protecting the environment at this screening of the documentary film “Garbage Dreams.” Figure out how a village recycles 80 percent of all the waste collected and share your opinion at a panel discussion.
🕒 7pm – 9pm
💰 Early bird ¥50; at the door ¥100; students ¥20
📍 1515 West Nanjing Road | 南京西路1515号
Swan Lake @ Shanghai Oriental Art Center
Classically trained dancers of the Saint Petersburg State Children’s Ballet Theatre are in Shanghai for their take on the famous Swan Lake.
💰 ¥280/ ¥380/ ¥480/ ¥580
📍 425 Dingxiang Road | 丁香路425号
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