Meet the power parents of Shanghai

Introducing...the everyday superheroes shaping young lives and the city we call home

Let's face it: it's no easy job being a parent. Every mum and dad reading this is a 'power parent'. Parenthood is hard. Like really hard. It's amazing and transformational, but it's also time, commitment and dedication. There's one whole human life (or more!) under your care - and that's just the start of it.

Sure, every one is pinched for time in this day and age, but add in kids and something like running one of the city's most prominent restaurant groups or, say, working to affect change in China's public policy for special needs and there's some people who must be hiding superhero powers.

Here are the everyday superheroes who aren't only shaping young lives, but also the city we call home.

Natalie Lowe and Siu Tang
Living in Shanghai

Natalie Lowe and Siu Tang

Jay Jay Jiang
Living in Shanghai

Jay Jay Jiang

Karin Fischer and Yariv Guiloff
Living in Shanghai

Karin Fischer and Yariv Guiloff

Mel and Eugene Lin
Living in Shanghai

Mel and Eugene Lin

Quynh and Nelson Chow
Living in Shanghai

Quynh and Nelson Chow

Crystyl Mo and Anthony Zhao
Living in Shanghai

Crystyl Mo and Anthony Zhao

Siri Nordheim and James Hu
Living in Shanghai

Siri Nordheim and James Hu

Todd and Posy Pearson
Living in Shanghai

Todd and Posy Pearson

Natasha Ivanchoff and Rodney Evans
Living in Shanghai

Natasha Ivanchoff and Rodney Evans

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