The main reason to be in Shanghai is to participate in DrupalCamp China. The DrupalCamp China was organized in conjunction with BarCamp; the organizers split the event into two rooms, one for Chinese speakers and one for English speakers.
The keynote was presented by Jacob Reeding and talk about the second wave of Open Source and the engagement with the community as companies and individuals.
After the group photo, I have the opportunity to meet with some online friends from Shanghai. Also, I meet with some people that organizing events in Chengdu and Chongqing where I am going to participate, and we have a delicious lunch Chinese style.
In the afternoon, I attend the session of Adam Malone about how to do an effective demo; I love this session because he shows us how to sell Drupal by showing possibilities and not teaching about Drupal in low level.
Right after, I have the opportunity to talk about Drupal Console project, I was real that I can show the Drupal Console in action using the Chinese language, the room was totally occupied, and I got good questions at the end.