Players bid for the right to chose which of three locations the 'marker' will go. Once there, any of the players can score for having a corresponding card for that location. However, things are complicated by the fact that your payout for using the card varies with a clock type of mechanism. The goal of the game is score enough points to overtake a non-player scoring token which advances throughout the game.
The zip file contains three jpg images for 16 English language Event Cards for the game SHANGHAI by Sid Sackson. Setup the page to 25% then center print the card front jpgs each to a separate letter sized card stock, then print the card back jpg to the back of the first prints. Rotary trim to the edge of the red card backs, then use a corner punch for rounding the corners if you wish. (Page positioning works best on inkjet printers - my lazer printer does not accurately position front/back.)