Thursday, December 31, 2015
Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Tech Genius, Male Model, Philanthropist and Former Wuxi Expat Paul Rudkin Is the 2015 Shanghai Expat of the Year
Monday, December 14, 2015
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Wuxi Expats, Rat Pack and Jerry Lewis Lookalike Society Join Together to Form the Most Power Military Alliance in all of Human History
Thursday, November 5, 2015
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Wuxi Expat Double Saint Archduke Sir Harry Moore Emeritus Plans to Do Popular Film Lectures in Smaller Venues.
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Lyle Fitzgibbons, a Wuxi English teacher, readily admits he is a "little off."
Talking about his decision to marry the Wuxi Zoo, Fitzgibbons says he is not doing it because of the animals.
"I don't much care for animals!" says Fitzgibbons.
So why marry a Zoo?
Fitzgibbons says he loves Zoo infrastructure. "I love the cages, the metal bars, the double locked doors, the elaborate security, the barbed wire, the barriers between the cages and the public. I could kiss and hug them and I couldn't give a damn if there are animals in them or not."
Asked why he hasn't married a prison, Fitzgibbons said that these structures aren't available to the public. "I imagine that if my parents had taken me to the prison to see criminals, I would have fallen in love with cells and security systems, but alas, that didn't happen.
Fitzgibbons will marry the Wuxi Zoo on the 6th of June at the QuickieWedding Chapel of Gambay's Pub in the Nanchang Jie Bar Street. Archbishop Markoris will preside.
The couple plan to spend their honeymoon at the Shanghai Wildlife Park.
The Wuxi, China Expatdom is the only jurisdiction in the world to recognize marriages between Expats and inanimate objects.
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Sunday, May 10, 2015
Wuxi Expat Film Sets Box Office Receipt Record on Its Opening Weekend While Also Getting Rave Reviews
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Sunday, April 26, 2015
Friday, April 24, 2015
In an effort to bolster sagging attendance at his pub during the 2015 Year of Sinatra in Wuxi, China, Pink Kitty Pub owner Wally Droop is holding a Sunshine and Lollipop Night every Monday evening from 6:00 PM to whenever the last patron staggers or is carried out.
"Yes. Buy a mug of Snow or Panda or Suntory beer on tap and you will get a free lollipop!" said Droop in an exclusive interview with the website Wuxi City Manual.
Asked about the sunshine in the Monday evening event's title, Droop said, "If you come to my bar and don't drink a beer, I will kick you where the sun don't shine. I will kick you once for six rmb, twice for ten!"
Droop said he got the idea for a Sunshine and Lollipop promotion from Shanghai and Suzhou Expat pubs. Asked if he thought the level of testosterone among Wuxi Expats was still too high for them to accept such an evening, Droop told the WCM site that he would chance it, because he believed that history was on his side.