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Beijing’s new campaign for smog season

BEIJING’S environmental authority announced a new campaign to curb air pollution as autumn marks the start of the smog season. The...


Geological survey to play key role in policy

SHANGHAI yesterday publicized its first geological survey report to guide its future planning and policy making. The three-year survey,...


Pakistan confirms the deaths of abducted Chinese

PAKISTAN yesterday confirmed the death of two Chinese nationals who were kidnapped in the southwestern city of Quetta, months after...


Sluggish new home sales due to insufficient supply

NEW home sales remained below the 100,000-square-meter threshold for the fourth consecutive week in Shanghai despite a double-digit...


Now cars can fill up with biodiesel

FIRST the buses. Now the cars. Transport is getting ever greener in the city. Now private vehicles are able to run on a mixture of...


Apple’s sales rally may be ‘short-lived’

APPLE Inc’s sales in the Chinese domestic smartphone market jumped 40 percent year on year in the third quarter, ending six consecutive...


New less polluting building method

Shanghai will promote a new construction method that involves less pollution and noise. The new method has been tried out on the expansion...


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‘Disposable’ workers risk for Japan plants

A series of safety scandals at Japanese companies have put the country’s lionized factory floor under scrutiny...


Chinese luxury market seen to rise 15% annually

China’s luxury market is the fastest growing in the world, set to rise an astounding 15 percent annually thanks...


Tech M&As set to rise strongly in 2018

TECHNOLOGICAL mergers and acquisitions are expected to grow strongly next year with increased transactions boosted...


重庆时时彩哪儿平台玩ECB to cut bond buying to US$35b per month

The European Central Bank will ease the pace of its bond-buying stimulus program — dialing back a measure that...


Global investors pursue US$2b bond from China

International investors are piling into a rare global bond offering from China, with orders topping US$20 billion...

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‘Park and ride’ slots under way in Pudong ‘Park and ride’ slots under way in Pudong

THE construction of a large car and bike park near Zhoupu East Metro station in suburban Pudong has started. The...


Center to resolve eye doctor shortage Center to resolve eye doctor shortage

CHINA’S first training center for eye doctors from across the nation was established in Shanghai at the weekend....


Modern interpretation for ancient poetry Modern interpretation for ancient poetry

A modern interpretation of ancient poems was staged at the weekend at Shanghai Natural History Museum, with dinosaur...


2,000 sq m tribute to garbage in Pudong 2,000 sq m tribute to garbage in Pudong

PUDONG is host to Shanghai’s first domestic garbage popular science exhibition center. “The center conveys a message...


Music from afar thrills audiences and preserves cultural heritage Music from afar thrills audiences and preserves cultural heritage

JIN Zhihong is on a musical mission. The director of the Xuhui District’s Intangible Heritage Office, wants Shanghai...


Green belt construction begins at Putuo site Green belt construction begins at Putuo site

CONSTRUCTION has started on a major green-belt site in downtown Shanghai on land formerly occupied by a seafood...

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The shared-bike craze has gripped many Chinese cities. While people enjoy the convenience brought by the traditional mode of transport, the two wheelers have also become a headache for urban management. Sidewalks are occupied by heaps of messily-parked bikes. Worse, some people are carrying passengers on the single-seat bikes! Authorities have now banned bikes in some downtown areas of Shanghai. What do you think? Related story ?



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Air quality around Beijing gets worse

THE Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei area saw air quality worsen in the first three quarters as the level of key pollutants...


Center to resolve eye doctor shortage

CHINA’S first training center for eye doctors from across the nation was established in Shanghai at the weekend....


重庆时时彩哪儿平台玩Modern interpretation for ancient poetry

A modern interpretation of ancient poems was staged at the weekend at Shanghai Natural History Museum, with dinosaur...


2,000 sq m tribute to garbage in Pudong

PUDONG is host to Shanghai’s first domestic garbage popular science exhibition center. “The center conveys a message...


Music from afar thrills audiences and preserves cultural heritage

JIN Zhihong is on a musical mission. The director of the Xuhui District’s Intangible Heritage Office, wants Shanghai...


Green belt construction begins at Putuo site

CONSTRUCTION has started on a major green-belt site in downtown Shanghai on land formerly occupied by a seafood...

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Luoyang striving to return to center stage

IT takes four hours for a high-speed train to travel from the modern capital of Beijing to Luoyang, capital of...


3 artists, 1 common place

ARTISTS Xu Kaijiao, Brian Reed and Chai Yiming will present their newest works at the FQ Projects, a shikumen (stone-gate)...

World

Yearlong mourning stops for Thai king

THE yearlong mourning period and elaborate five-day funeral rites for Thailand’s king of seven decades officially...


Somalia police end hotel siege, 23 killed

SOMALI security forces have ended a night-long siege at a Mogadishu hotel by five extremist attackers who stormed...


Study: most fear little of robots taking jobs

MOST Americans believe their jobs, and the jobs of those they live with, are safe from automation — at least for...


Icelandic PM wins but coalition unclear

ICELAND’S conservative prime minister won a snap election despite a string of scandals, final results confirmed...


Heathrow probes how data found on street

HEATHROW Airport said yesterday it has launched an internal investigation after a memory stick containing extensive...

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Koepka opens with a 64 to take 1-shot lead at HSBC Champions

The HSBC Champions is the first stop for Brooks Koepka on his four-week Asian adventure that will include two weeks...


Ko leads Sime Darby by 1 stroke in Kuala Lumpur

Lydia Ko fired a 64 for her best opening round of the year to lead the LPGA Tour’s Sime Darby event at 7 under...


重庆时时彩哪儿平台玩Folau moved to wing

Star fullback Israel Folau was named to play on the wing yesterday in the Australia team to face the Barbarians...


Bilic clings on as Hammers top Spurs

What’s sometimes cruelly referred to as the “sack race” in English soccer is off to a fast start in the Premier...


Venus stuns Muguruza to advance at WTA Finals

Venus Williams gained revenge for her Wimbledon final defeat by Garbine Muguruza when the American advanced to...


Wenger gets Kroenke backing

Arsenal’s long-serving manager Arsene Wenger received the unequivocal support yesterday of majority shareholder...


Napoli tastes success the old-fashioned way

In an era when world soccer is becoming dominated by Middle Eastern sheiks and Chinese investment groups that spend...

重庆时时彩哪儿平台玩Native Title Act changes stuck amid stand-off between major parties

Native Title Act changes the Government declared urgent in February will not pass Parliament until...


Morrison reveals company tax cut 'blowout'

The Federal Government's full company tax plan will cost the budget more than $15 billion per...


Spirit of Tasmania crash in Melbourne could have been avoided: report

An accident which saw the Spirit of Tasmania II crash into a pier at Port Melbourne with 120 passengers...


Former PM John Howard 'uneasy' about bank tax

Former prime minister John Howard has expressed concerns about a multi-billion-dollar hit on Australia's...


Extra $2b for poles and wires has Premier hinting at budget boost

NSW Government says it has raised billions of dollars more than expected from the privatisation...


Who will bear the cost of the bank tax?

Opinion is divided over who will bear the costs of the Government's new bank tax, but it can...

 

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