About Jian Shuo Wang

Welcome! I guess you have read at least one article of my blog before you arrived here. If you want to know more about the person behind these sentences, keep reading.

About Jian Shuo Wang

I am Jian Shuo WANG. WANG is the last name (or the family name) and Jian Shuo is the first name (or the given name). I am living in Shanghai, China. I am not alone in this city. There are more than 20 million other persons with me in this small area in Eastern Hemisphere. My time is 8 hours earlier than GMT (GMT +8), 1 hour later than Japan and 16 hours earlier than San Francisco.

About this Site

I am the author of Wangjianshuo’s blog. If you don’t know yet, blog means weblog or daily updated web pages. It is very popular nowadays. I started the blog in September 2002 and kept writing one article everyday. Now, there are 800+ articles in the previous 800+ days. (Update January 24, 2006: now over 999 entries). This site was voted as Top 10 China Blogs in 2003 and was mentioned by Business Week, MSNBC, UK Telegraph, Slashdot, Salon, China Radio International. According to the server log, there are 15,000 page views everyday andn visitors came from 109 countries. It served 51G of data in Sept 2004 alone. (Update January 24, 2006: now it has 2 million page view per month.) It is well known as a frequently updated website with personal perspective and practical information about Shanghai and China.

That is all. If you are in a rush, you can leave this page now and get back to the content of this site, or leave for another site. If you are not, I appreciate your time to continue reading.

My Job

I am 28 years old – some readers were surprised that I was too old while most were surprised that I was so young. Now I enjoy being the head of Kijiji, an eBay company, in China. Before current position, I was with Microsoft for six years. I tried seven different roles in Microsoft, including Support Engineer, Project Manager, Business Development Manager (OMG, I found a name card with time title that I almost forgot), Trainer, Team Lead, Channel Manager for Microsoft JV, and Consultant. I mostly enjoyed the work with combined experience of technology and business, project management and people management.

My Family

Another thing I am so proud of is my wife Wendy. We got married last year after dating for 7 years. She is lovely, smart and sweet. She also runs a blog but does not update it as frequently as I do. It is the most interesting book I can find in this world. She is a project manager of Microsoft.

I am not native resident of Shanghai. I was born in Luoyang, Henan Province and moved to Shanghai in 1995. I could not get used to the city in the first two years but hopelessly fell in love with the city.

Jian Shuo Wang is…

  • Jian Shuo Wang is the owner of this website.
  • Wang is the last name (family name), and Jian Shuo is the given name. A space between “Jian” and “Shuo” is preferred, although it is not required.
  • Jian Shuo lives in Shanghai, China.
  • English is not his native language. He has never lived outside China and has never attended private English classes.
  • Jian Shuo majored in automation at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
  • Jian Shuo enjoys pure geek happiness.
  • Jian Shuo owns a site that is now the 11,000th busiest site in the world, according to Alexa.
  • Jian Shuo’s site has been mentioned by MSNBC, Telegraph.co.uk, and Slashdot. His voice was featured on hundreds of radio stations in the US.
  • Jian Shuo can drive stick shift and has a driver’s license in the People’s Republic of China
  • Jian Shuo will be happy if you link to his site or post a comment on this site.
  • Jian Shuo can solve Rubik’s Cubes in four minutes.
  • He can recite 85 digits of pi after the decemal.
  • Jian Shuo has a wonderful wife Wendy.
  • Jian Shuo Wang also writes Chinese blog

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82 Comments

  1. Jian Shuo has many fans, one of which is called claire :D

  2. What I don’t get is why Jian Shuo decided to start with “He” on the second last line but not the others… hehehe

  3. Please seriously consider making your last item the first one!

  4. Claire, Thanks. :-D

    tobias, because to save my diskspace and your bandwidth. :-D

    William, the last one is also the most part in my list since the impression lasts the longest. :-D

  5. I’m a personal friend of Wang Jian Shuo, in fact, I met him through his wonderful weblog. I occasionally come and visit this website coz it’s full of new ideas and perceptions from a unique person.

    Most brainiacs are not sociable, most sociable people are not brainiacs. It’s hard to find the two traits combined in one person. Jian Shuo is a genius at technology and also a down to earth, trustworthy guy.

    What impressed me in the beginning about Jian shuo was that he loved the two extremes. One was “High Tech” , the other was “Nature” I’m sure you can see that if you read carefully over the site, his articles on technology and travel photos which explore fascinating places in China.

    Jian Shuo, the walking “yin and yang”

  6. I wonder why this time you deliberately let it slip the chance to get most of your lines to be linked to other entries. :-)

  7. Xu, yes. You know me. I won’t slip the chance before. However, I didn’t have much time to fine tune it yesterday. I have added some links just now.

  8. You forgot, Jian Shuo writes very well.

    Your friend from the SARS days,

  9. Hey, Tim, nice to see you back. “Long time no see!” :-D

  10. Hi Jian Shuo

    This isn’t actually a comment it’s more of a question but I didn’t know where else to send it.

    I want to study chinese in China (either Shanghai or Beijing). I want to do some sort of 12 week course then maybe think about staying longer if I like it. I don’t know if this is your area of expertise, but you seem to be an authority on most things Shanghai-related. I’ve not had much luck with Google and I thought maybe you knew of a course that’s had good feedback or at least you might know of where to find out about one. Any information would be more useful than what I already have…

    Your site has been very helpful so far

    Thanks

    Astrid

  11. JianShou,

    Glad to see your English gets better everyday. By the way, you got your first “tank of gas” instead of first “can of oil”. Oil is for lubricating your engine but gas is the food for the engine to run. Just for your reference. Congratulations on your first car. Way to go!

    You are doing a wonderful free service to the non-native Shanghai people. I think the city owes you one.

    Ruan

  12. Hi Jian Shuo,

    I have been in Shanghai since 25 March. I am finding the city very interesting. I am staying at the Yuping Hotel until Thursday then go to a less expensive hotel in Pudong for 3 weeks.

    I will be going to trade shows during the next few weeks and also visiting Nanhui to see friends and work on some cultural exchange with officials there.

    Please send an email to contact me if you have the time.

  13. Very nice site!! I like it!! I’ll go to Shanghai in September for studying in Shanghai Conservatory of Music. This site give me a lot of useful information, THANKS!

  14. XD Works in Microsoft! Wow. Great site! Nice and neat + organised. ^^ Keep it up~

  15. Your blog and radio diary

    broadcast VIA KQED.ORG/pacifictime

    is very good. It gives a Shanghai

    native’s view of his travels throughout

    the U.S.A. And of course what he

    sees in the U.S.A.

    ——————————————–

    I heard your radio diary on the Pacific Time

    radio show on my local radio station, KCSN(Northridge). THU 6 JAN. 2004

    ———————-

  16. hey Jianshuo

    I was surfing around on google looking for an internship in Shanghai this summer focused on engineering. In one of your posts you were talking about it. I go to UC Berkeley and I’m a first year student majoring in Computer Science and Economics. Do you know of any resources i could use to find such an internship? I’m also a native of the Shanghai area, I was born in Wuxi. Anyways, thanks a lot!

  17. Magnificient pictures Jian !!!!….verrrrry nice……

    And good web site too !

    Bonjour à mes pots du Québec et de l’Hexagone !

    -Guillaume

    Montréal

    Québec, Canada

  18. Hey Jian Shuo Wang

    To be honest, this web site is quite alright but it is to boring to read… maybe you should add pictures to your website. This way, when the reader read your events in shanghai, it makes it more interesting to read.

    Cheers…

  19. I am Looking for some good Chinese music to listen to. Perhaps you can post some links to sites that have some authentic (from people/groups/bands in China) Chinese music on them. While in China I received a CD of Dadawa as a parting gift (probably not Party approved material) but very pleasant to listen to. I asked several times if there was any good “true” Chinese music that my guides could recommend, and their answer surprised me. They could not recommend anything that was produced in China, most of the music they listened to was all western bands and singers. I find that hard to believe with thousands of years of history.

  20. it is very nice work

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  22. Dear Jian Shuo:

    You blog is an inspiration to the life and culture of Shanghai. The information you give freely is incredible. Thank you for your work.

    I recently read a post that you made on the visual arts culture in Shanghai and the studio scene near Suzhou creek. I am an artist from The Netherlands and the U.S. who has recently moved to Shanghai. I am currently looking for a studio to begin a project here. You mentioned the cost of studios, but if you could give me information about contact people/addresses for obtaining a studio in that district it would be greatly appreciated.

    Keep up the good work.

    Jack

  23. I am afriand I don’t know the telephone number and doubt they have a website. It seems the only way to contact the landlord is to visit them at 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai

  24. I LOVE THIS SITE!!! AUSUME!!!TELLIN ALL ME HOMMIES ON MSN AND CAN TALK TO THEM THEY WONDER WHERE I GOT THE COOL IMEGIES!!

    tHANKS FOR EVERYTHING!!! rOnI

  25. Great.

    Just so Great!

    Your personality…

    Your career…

    the information on your Blog…

    I just found out I am not the sexiest man on earth.

    Deam!

    //From a totally hetero (and man enough to admit such things) cool Italian

    // Keep it going Jian! Never loose your witz.

  26. its very nice to read about people at the other side of the world i am from curacao maybe you have never heard about it but its a small island next to the coast of venezuela anyway keep on the good work if you want to know more about my island contact me

  27. Hi Jian Shuo

    I have family traveling from South Africa to Shanghai this week.Being Muslim i am looking for Muslim halaal restaurants in Shanghai please. I have tried other websites but unfortunately cannot read them because they are not in english.

    Thanking you in advance for your help.

    Kind Regards from SOUTH AFRICA

    Famida

  28. Hello Jian Shuo and fellow bloggers,

    I will be in Shanghai from April 27 – May 13 and would appreciate any and all information regarding affordable and clean hotels in or near Pudong’s Lujiazui Financial & Trade Zone.

    Is it realistic to find a room for under $25 USD per night in this business area?

    Any and all recommendations and suggestions on hotels would be greatly appreciated!

    Great site Jian Shuo!

    A . Lee

  29. I am a overseas chinese, ie born in Singapore and my father was from Fujian.

    I have some kin and relatives in Fujian.

    My question… will I be able to apply and be granted a permanent residency in China or Fujian? What are the conditions? and how i can go about applying?

  30. Hello Jian Shuo,

    I am from Atlanta, GA. USA.

    I want to thank you for all your great advise on Shanghai. I will travel to China in a few days, and your site has been a great help!

    I am now prepared for T.I.C.

    Jim Wright, Atlanta, GA

  31. 你不是河南骗子吧.

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  33. Hello Mr. Wang, love reading your blog. Would like to ask you a couple of questions:

    1) I’m considering an offer that will relocate my wife and I to Shanghai. She’s a little skeptical because we’ve heard of numerous stories of failed marriage in Shanghai because of the KTV, prostitutions, massages, etc. that exist in China. Can you comment on this for expats?

    2) I see that you have MSFT experience. The offer I have is from SAP, do you know their salary structure for manager level? How is SAP viewed in China, etc.?

    Thanks and I look forward reading your response.

  34. Hi Jian Shuo,

    I am a undergraduate college student in the US of Chinese descent, and I accidently stumbled upon your blog. Very interesting reading, especially those posts about the housing market in Shanghai these days!

    I Hope to read more good posts =)

  35. Thanks, Carl. You should take some time to come to China to experience your connection with the country soon.

  36. Hi Jian,

    I think we have met before, or maybe its you name that sounds familier. Actually, i work in T-COMMS Nigeria ltd, a telecomunication company in Nigeria. There was a time we had some problems with our UNIDEN switch in 1999 or so, and the name of the ‘Chinese’ guy that flew in to fix it was Jian Shuo Wang. i just want to find oout if it was you.

    NB: you have a very interesting site. you are a cool guy too. I can see that from your write up. “Out of the aboudance of the heart, the mouth speaketh”

    Fank

  37. Thanks Frank. Unfortunately, the person may not be me since I had no idea about UNIDEN switch, but thanks for your post on my blog.

  38. man, your english is not so good… but that’s ok, i like your log:)

  39. Changpeng Zhao

    May 18, 2005 at 5:17 am

    There are some broken links I just noticed. The “About Me” link in the top menu takes one to the home page, not this article. Also, when trying “http://wangjianshuo.com/about/”, it lists the contents of the dir, not sure if that’s intentional…

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  41. I was reading one of your articles on Shanghai and am very interested in talking with a realtor regarding buying an apt. there. Could you be so kind as to direct me to a wonderful and honest real estate agent that might be of help to me. It would be greatly appreciated.

    sincerely

    penny lang

  42. I had the wonderful pleasure of visiting Shanghai in January of 2001. What a fantastic city! Prior to going there I had visited Beijing for Christmas. What a study in contrasts. At the time, Beijing smelled of burning coal causing constant eye and lung irritation and I got terribly sick on the vile “friendship” restaurant food our guide steered us toward… and then our stay in Shanghai (at the Pudong Shangri-La hotel) was a complete breath of fresh air. Everything was very modern looking and the city known as the ‘Paris of the Orient’ certainly lived up to it’s billing. Lots of construction at the time gave us the impression of a city being completely reborn. I would love to go there again to see what is new now!

    By the way, keep up the great updates on your blog, Jian Shuo! Xie xie.

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  44. hi jianshuo,

    i was wondering if you could give me advice on whether to learn mandarin in beijing or shanghai. i know the basics of mandarin because i’m a filipino-chinese. i studied chinese from grade school to high school. However, the chinese language program in my school did not focus much on the conversational part. we just memorized everything that was written in the book without understanding. i know, not a very effective way of learning a language. And although we speak chinese at home, we use fujianhua because that’s the dialect used by most chinese that live here in the philippines.

    i know beijing’s mandarin is the closer to the standard putonghua but i prefer shanghai because i’ve already been to beijing twice. one was for a tour and the other was a 6 week study program. my mandarin improved a lot. i can understand basic conversations and i can bargain at the flee market!! hehe.. but i still do have a problem expressing myself in chinese. and when i watch chinse movies, i need to read the chinese subtitles because i can’t understand anything when the actors talk too fast. so..with the basic knowledge i have, do you think it’s ok for me to go to shanghai to learn mandarin? how is shanghainese different from putonghua in beijing (aside from not having the R’s at the end of every word)? and is the night life as fun in beijing as it is in shanghai? i plan on enrolling in a 12 week or 1 sem program to be able to really practice using the language. thanks!!

    brandy

  45. hi jianshuo,

    i was searching for info regarding studies in china and i came across your blog. i was wondering if you could give me advice on whether to learn mandarin in beijing or shanghai. i know the basics of mandarin because i’m a filipino-chinese. i studied chinese from grade school to high school. However, the chinese language program in my school did not focus much on the conversational part. we just memorized everything that was written in the book without understanding. i know, not a very effective way of learning a language. And although we speak chinese at home, we use fujianhua because that’s the dialect used by most chinese that live here in the philippines.

    i know beijing’s mandarin is the closer to the standard putonghua but i prefer shanghai because i’ve already been to beijing twice. one was for a tour and the other was a 6 week study program. my mandarin improved a lot. i can understand basic conversations and i can bargain at the flee market!! hehe.. but i still do have a problem expressing myself in chinese. and when i watch chinse movies, i need to read the chinese subtitles because i can’t understand anything when the actors talk too fast. so..with the basic knowledge i have, do you think it’s ok for me to go to shanghai to learn mandarin? how is shanghainese different from putonghua in beijing (aside from not having the R’s at the end of every word)? and is the night life as fun in beijing as it is in shanghai? i plan on enrolling in a 12 week or 1 sem program to be able to really practice using the language. thanks!!

    brandy

  46. natalie aka. brandy

    May 27, 2005 at 7:16 pm

    sorry for posting my comment twice. there was something wrong with my pc…

  47. hi jianshuo,

    just send you a mail to your hotmail account regarding to the possible cooperation on map. Please check you mailbox for details.

    thanks

    muhan

  48. Hi, jiangshou. Thank you very much for your posting the information about the cheap and clean hotels in Shanghai. My family (a group of 5) will be visiting Shanghai this summer. This is the first time my family will visit Shanghai. In order to save time and transportation expenses, please advise which area is the most convenient and concentrated with tourist attractions.

    Moreover, I would like to store some of our luggages in Pudong Airport so that we can travel light while we are visiting Shanghai and Hangzhou. Is it safe and is it expensive to store luggages in Pudong Airport? Moreover, please advise. Thanks.

  49. Hi,jiangshou.

    Hi,everybody.

    I ‘m a freshmen in Shanghai Normal University and I’m desperately looking for an internship.

    Maybe you could give me some hints on where to turn to in order to find an internship placement.Please help me! Thanks a lot in advance!!

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  52. Hello Jian,

    I am a 41 years old writer and winemaker from Chile.

    I am thinking about visiting China and Mongolia in late september, but I am so shocked to see that http://www.hospitalityclub.com is… out of business ?

    It was going to be the first time I was going to contact people through the hospitality club, so I would like to ask you if you know if hospitality is still working and conecting people, and if not,

    if you can help me to contact former hospitality club members in China – hopefully near the Great Wall – and hopefully in Mongolia too.

    kindest regards and many thanks in advance.

    My email: cmmills@vtr.net

    Max Mills

  53. 其实我说阿,你应该重新考虑名字和域名,其实一个东西本土化的时候,不一定完全继承原来的名字,那个名字是有含意,也可能和国外的相同,翻译成这个名字已经算是很努力了,但是并不是最好的。

    建议你考虑更名,一个合适的中文名和中文域名将给你这个项目带来很大的好处。最好域名可以是4位或跟短的 dot cn 域名。 虽然这不是唯一的问题,但是解决了这个问题,却可以少费很多力气的。

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  54. Loved your web site, I am writing to you from Johannesburg South Africa and am planning to come to Sahnghai to see the world sourcing Fayre in October, when I saw your wonderful photograph of the bund I got so excited! I have been looking at the web cam pictures from the German school at leat 4 x daily, but it does no justice compared to your photographs, although I see it is very bad weather you are having there at the moment, I am to stay at the Equatorial Hotel, I love the site, well done.

    Regards

    Johannesburg

    South Africa

  55. We may talk more about shanghai’s old houses, it’s present conditions, policies, and future fate, whatsoever……

  56. HI Jian Shuo,

    My name’s Pierre, I’m french and I see you help people in many different ways, that’s great.

    And Yuor blog is cool, I love China, and hope to go there again soon.

    I saw also you know a lot about SAP and sap business one.

    I’m desesperatly looking for consultant for sap business one to work in europe, but can’t find them, I’d be so glad if you could help me in a way.

    Go on with your blog!

    Pierre

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    When I tried to install it, it ask me for a spca561.sys file….and I don’t have it.

    Could you please, send it to me?

    Thank you so much for your help.

    Regards,

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    I am a Shanghai entrepreneur.

    I have a business networking forum for people interested in China. We would like to have some non-Chinese members. Real members, not token ones. :)))

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  61. Hi Mr. Wang,

    My name is Fanny and I’m doing a research on Shanghai housing. I was wondering if you know the influence of real estate magazines in Shanghai, in particular, the Shanghai Housing Consumption Guide. Do people actually read those magazines and purchase property based on those articles or not?

    Thank you,

    Fanny

  62. Fanny,

    I think the magazine name is “上海楼市”.Can you read in chinese ?

    the magazine is chinese edition.

    Do you want to know the new house or old house?

    shirley.gong

  63. Shirley,

    Thank you for your response.

    Is “上海楼市” the most popular and widely read real estate magazine in Shanghai?

    Do you happen to know anything about “上海住宅消费”?

    I’m interested in Shanghai housing in general, but especially the influence of real estate magazines on people’s purchases and what other ways people are inclined to approach when buying a house. For example, do they go straight to the agent, go online, or something else?

    If you, or anyone else, know anything about these topics, please tell me!

    Thank you very much,

    Fanny

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  65. Thanks for the information, the maps are really kewl!

  66. I would like your help in finding a job in the 5 star hotel. Looking for management position but do not know how to go about. thanks

  67. I would like your help in finding a job in the 5 star hotel. Looking for management position but do not know how to go about. thanks

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  70. Wow, I think your blog is great, so extensive and so much content…you must have spent a lot of time on it…Nowadays it seems everyone works for Microsoft..I know a friend who went to Microsoft in San Diego after finishing his degree in National University of Singapore..

    Combining business and engineering seems to be something many people doing now….I am actually applying to Jerome Fisher Program in U Penn too….But as a 19-year-old man, everything still appears uncertain…If you can share with me your experiences and aspirations, that would indeed be invaluable..

    I was quite amazed that your English seems so native….it would be almost impossible if you have not lived overseas for some years…

    Take care…btw, your wife looks good:)

  71. I read your about just now, but I had heard your name several-month before.

    Very Good !

  72. I just bumped into your blog when googling some real estate articles.. It turned out that I was so amazed by your English, espcially learned from your bio that you’ve never studied abroad before. You did a great job, I feel so ashamed being in an English-speaking country but probably speak no better Engish than you do ! You really have my respect..! Keep it up.

  73. I just bumped into your blog when googling some real estate articles.. It turned out that I was so amazed by your English, espcially learned from your bio that you’ve never studied abroad before. You did a great job, I feel so ashamed being in an English-speaking country but probably speak no better Engish than you do! You really have my respect..! Keep it up.

  74. Wowow… so many questions popping around.. oh man… so many different types of questions… ranged from jobs, foods, accomodation….

    guess you need to set up a site which primarily serves as FAQ center,

    Jianshuo, seem like you dont have time to reply all these questions, hahaha…. it’s so amazing with so much of traffics overload here.

    – a person who has been frequently visiting wjs’s site since 2004

  75. Found this blog when using the MAP function of it. Thank you so much for your great work. The MAP is very easy to use!! I love it! thx! :)

  76. Why don’t you stop promoting yourself and your sad little blog and start talking about things people want to talk about – like relationships.

  77. Hi Jian Shuo

    I’m a Danish journalist going to Shanghai the 12th of january. I would very much like to interview a blogger, and your blog looks interesting – would you, your wife or any of your friends be interested in speaking to me? I hope you will, so send an email to the above adress. Thank you, and i hope we’ll meet.

    Best regards Malin Schmidt

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  81. Dennis Marshall

    January 25, 2006 at 1:26 am

    Thanks for the site, Wangjianshuo.

    Any chance you or your bloggers can help me find a Chinese, English-speaking driver for a three month trip across North China this summer? I am researching a book, following a Tang dynasty Buddhist pilgrim route. I will rent a car, pay all expenses, and pay a bonus after successful completion of the trip. The person–possibly a student looking for something like an internship–will probably be bondable. I need someone really reliable. More details if I can link up with someone interested.

    Dennis Marshall, Colorado

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