Walt Chana Business Hotel

No.1290 New Songjiang Road, Songjiang District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201600, China
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Acupuncture in Shanghai?

by Chico53

Are there nay reputable practitioners of acupuncture in Shanghai? How does one go about locating one that has substantial experience and knowledge? How much do they charge (approximate range)? Thanks.

Chico

Re: Acupuncture in Shanghai?

by Jill_lxz

hi my friend studied half a year's acupuncture in Shanghai, held by Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine which has two affiliated hospitals, Longhua Hospital and Shuguang Hostpital (East Section)
Longhua and Shuguang respectively costs 50 and 20 RMB on each therapy, but it all depends on the medical treatment you request.

Re: Acupuncture in Shanghai?

by chinamonty

Maybe try on shanghaiexpat website as you will get more up to date info.

Re: Acupuncture in Shanghai?

by ellyse

My guess is that a lot of the older and more experienced practitioners would not have a good command of English, if at all. Would that be a problem for you?

Re: Acupuncture in Shanghai?

by Chico53

Yes, despite my efforts my ability to speak Chines is close to zero. But, I may have access to an interpreter who could assist me. Your point is very good - the most experienced practitioners probably will not have any knowledge of English, and I had not thought that through. Thanks!

Re: Acupuncture in Shanghai?

by polartraveller

Also how long will you be staying in Shanghai? Acupuncture, like Chinese herbal medicine, does not fix things in one or two visits, normally it takes several weeks.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Gorgeous woven baskets

by scarletorchid about Flower Market at French concession area

A building housing wholesalers of fresh flowers and all things associated with gifts and gift wrapping. Include wide selection of baskets, silk flowers, X'mas decorations, etc. Gorgeous woven baskets that are multi-purpose & will look great in any home/office. Very affordable. For example, a picnic basket is abt US$6. Only issue is.. they're a little bulky. Consider shipping them home if you're into this. Depending on quality & size, US$1 - $20. Bargain hard...

Unforgottable Mechinese

by nomadig about Taco Bell Grande

The tex-mex fast food chain Taco Bell has opened also real restaurants, called "Taco Bell Grande". The joint in Shanghai showed that the concepts needs some severe finalisation and attention to the detail.

The place itself is nice and clean, staff is attentive and the prices are not bad, at least for a foreigner. Unfortunately, the food doesn't taste much of anything and the spices are sad mix of Chinese and Mexican worlds. This produces, I can tell you, an unforgottable experience. The taste lingers in the mouth for hours to come and you can't wash it away with any liquid. Don't go there. If you still go, don't order water, it comes seemingly from the tap and tastes horrible. There are no such things in this restaurant. I'd avoid them all.

The Bund in Daylight

by Ash59

If you are up early enough, you will see Chinese people using the concrete walkway that runs alongside the river, not just for walking on, but to practice whatever form of art that they are into, before they go off to work. You may see anything from ballroom dancing, rollerskate dancing, fan dancing etc.

You are quite welcome to join in. Most groups had a "master" who led the group. All you had to do was follow their movements. I never had the guts to do so but saw a few foreigners who did just that.

Bibliotheca Zi-Ka-Wei

by Willettsworld

The Bibliotheca Zi-Ka-Wei was built in the 1860's as the Priest's Residence before being turned into a library. It boasts more than 80,000 volumes of books in such languages as Greek, Latin, French, English and German.

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