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— by Tea Haus: Getting to ALL feels like a journey. Many people start their nights elsewhere in Shanghai, whether it’s nightlife complex FOUND158 a short trek up the road, or the eclectic roadside liquor store 624ChangLe just down the block. The venue lies inconspicuously in the middle of a street filled with bars and restaurants, out of sight on the second floor of a building where the only signage outside belongs to Perry’s, a notorious student dive bar with locations across the city. The main indicator that there is something else that is definitely not just a Perry’s is the crowd hanging around outside, a mix of in-your-face-trendy Chinese youth chatting in groups, cigs and beers in hand…

June 30, 2019