Yiqing Shao

Yiqing Shao, Digital Editor at Boston Magazine

Yiqing Shao has been an editor at Boston magazine since 2012. As the digital editor, she oversees all editorial operations and strategy of bostonmagazine.com and other web properties such as social media and e-newsletters. Yiqing double majored in journalism and English at Michigan State University and has a master's degree in publishing from Emerson College. She's trained in both editing and design, and cares (maybe too much) about hyphenation rules, aligning to the baseline, and proper nesting of HTML tags. She's pro-Helvetica and speaks passable Mandarin and Spanish.

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Litographs Launches New Line of Temporary Tattoos

You can help them set the record for the world’s longest tattoo chain.

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Donnie Wahlberg Teaches Rachael Ray How to Make Wahlburgers

There’s a chart involved.

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XKCD Creator Coming to Harvard Book Store

To discuss, ‘What if?’

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‘All the Way’ Is Going All the Way to HBO

The play starring Bryan Cranston will be adapted into a movie.

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A Chat with Ryan Kelley of The Timberfakes

‘If Justin wanted to sing ‘Dick in a Box’ with me…I can’t think of a better scenario.’

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Watch Johnny Depp Play Guitar with Aerosmith

He even squeezed in a solo.

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‘Books Come Alive’ in Boston Book Fest’s New Series

Here’s your chance to live-chat with authors.

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You Can Be Part of the ‘Public Art Happiness Project’

Just show up to Copley Square on Saturday.

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Three Local Restaurants Get Mentions in ‘Chasing Life’

Then a character who’s battling cancer throws up all the food.

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All Aboard the Last Wooden Whaleship in the World

The Charles W. Morgan will dock in Charlestown this weekend.

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Empowering Videos of Women Are Trending

Here are 12 good ones.

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Q&A: Finding Neverland Writer James Graham

‘Expect loads of magic, color, and make-believe.’

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Free Roller Disco Party Coming to City Hall Plaza

The summer of Donna Summer continues!

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The Bibliocycle Will Bring You Books by Bike

Two mobile libraries are literally on-the-go this summer.

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Local Artist Wins ‘Portrait of a City’ Competition

Adam O’Day’s work will be purchased by the city.