Following the successful presentation of “Still More Shanghai Walks” at the Shanghai Literary Festival only 2 weeks ago, we are holding the official book launch this coming Saturday!
SATURDAY, MARCH 26TH
2:00 – 4:00PM
AT THE DEKE ERH GALLERY
TAIKANG ROAD LANE 210, NO. 2
Together with Tess Johnston, my co-authors Duncan Hewitt, Patrick Cranley, Lisa Movius and Bill Savadove will present (in further detail) about our chosen walks and neighborhoods.
If you missed us the last time, do come on by and say hello!
“If getting out and about and learning a little about some of the impressive buildings or quirky streets you’ve learned to recognize appeals to you, this is your companion.” ~ That’s Shanghai
As promised, I am giving away a second copy of the book signed by all 6 authors. Congratulations to Woods for winning the last giveaway. Simply leave a comment in this post and I will select a winner via Randomizer.
I will open comments till 25Mar (Friday) 23:00 Shanghai time/ 15:00 GMT. After which, I will announce the winner immediately and contact you directly. If you win, come down to the book launch to claim it! Otherwise, I’ll drop it in the post for you. Good luck!
** Update: I’ve checked with Tess. Since the book does not have a ISBN bar code, it is not available online. If you would like to purchase the book from outside Shanghai, you can order it by mail. Simply contact Tess Johnston through her site to set things up. Feel free to contact me directly if you have further questions.
*** Winner update: As of 12:38 AM (via Pick Giveaway Winner plugin):
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Congratulations! I want to thank readers who left comments. I wish I had more free books to give away.
One never can have too much information to discover the city. This book will be a good guide in doing this.
trying again my luck for my SH friend. Do u know if it can be bought on an internet shop?
How can anyone pass up this? I’ve been thinking about doing something similar for Guangzhou.
Caught the talk at SILF. What a great group of collaborators; sure to be a fantastic resource.
Trying my luck again…
Nice job Sue! You should start doing it for any city you end up at. I like your perspective on things and people.
fingers crossed for good luck, lol !
Nice job Sue! See u tomorrow!
Me Me Me !!!
(jumpin’, waving hands frantically & holding 4 Four-leaf clover )
Can I get a copy too???
Woohoo! i can’t wait.
I got the book. It’s fantastic. Thanks so much!
Enjoy, Mike! Hope you get to use it in our fair city soon!