If you want to join in the Cardboard Shanghai project it's not too late.
If you want to pre-make a building and bring to the event please notify us on firstname.lastname@example.org. If you rather join during the day with your kids, friends, group or company - just come to the event and start building!
The jury presentations:
The jury will make a presentation at 2pm at music stage at farmer's market and at 2:30 in the Atrium/playground the winners will be presented.
Read more about the Cardboard Shanghai project and Shanghai Centre Family Fun Fair here. Check back after the event for photos and information on the buildings.
Editor of Shanghai Family magazine, and originally from the Gold Coast in Australia, I live in the former French Concession with my husband and two sons, Charlie and Oliver. I'm a mad keen traveler with a love of languages, who began her Shanghai adventure in 2010.
Dr. Kao is the founder of American Medical Center and has extensive experience bridging eastern and western medicine. A University of California, San Francisco-trained pediatrician, she is dedicated to bringing the best of western medicine to serve her country and her people. Dr. Kao worked for 18 years as a general pediatrician in San Francisco and, at St. Mary’s Hospital, she developed and managed the first program in San Francisco focusing on the provision of healthcare services to the Asian community.
Sarah is originally from Chicago in the United States. She has been living in Shanghai for four years with her husband and children. Sarah has been working at Tiny Tots International Pre-School and Kindergarten for more than three years, first as a teacher and then as manager.