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Happy days are here again as holiday looms

4 killed as Megi hits Taiwan

Work on longest cross-sea bridge completed


Key party meeting October 24-27

THE sixth plenary session of the 18th Com­munist Party of China Central Committee will be held in Beijing from October 24 to 27, the...


Preparation pays off in televised showdown

HILLARY Clinton accused Donald Trump of racism, sexism and tax avoidance, putting him on the defensive during Monday’s 2016 US presidential...

Online betting markets predicting Clinton victory
‘Miss Piggy’ a problem for Trump

Helping hand offered to embattled pancake maker

WU Gencheng, the legendary owner of the Ada Scallion Pancake store, will receive support if he plans to reopen after a current suspension...


Highway brings relief to Hongqiao

A new elevated highway section will open today to connect the city’s north Jiading District and Hongqiao Traffic Hub, while also relieving...


Jing’an will be at the heart of city culture

THE new Jing’an District will turn itself into a zone of museums for history and culture protection, authorities said yesterday at...


Jail and fines issued to phone scam gang

FOUR leading members of a fraud gang have been sentenced to up to 14 years’ imprisonment for telephone fraud — swindling more than...


China industrial profits hit a 3-month high

Profits of China’s industrial firms in August rose at the fastest pace in three years due to a low base, rising sales and lower costs,...


Biz Hub
Foreign service trade deficit widens

CHINA saw its foreign service trade deficit expand in August, according to statistics released by the State Administration...


FTZ firms told to get addresses right

Companies based in Shanghai’s free trade zone have been advised to write addresses in contracts where litigations...


WTO revises growth forecast amid sharp drop in trade volume

The World Trade Organization dramatically slashed its forecast for trade growth this year by about a third to its...


Lei: Xiaomi to open 1,000 stores by 2020

XIAOMI Corp yesterday announced plans to open 1,000 stores in three to four years, instead of promoting itself...


Wanda in talks to buy producer of Golden Globes

CHINESE conglomerate Wanda is considering ramping up its push into Hollywood with the acquisition of the production...

Metro
Electric bikes broke the rules Electric bikes broke the rules

THE city’s quality watchdog seized 85 electric bikes yesterday for being able to exceed the speed limit and weighing...


Factory paints itself into corner Factory paints itself into corner

Qingpu District environment authority is investigating a paint factory’s illegal discharge of noxious fumes after...


Bus driver sentenced for crash Bus driver sentenced for crash

A bus driver who crashed into a pillar last year on Yan’an Road W. causing two deaths and injuring 20 was sentenced...


Happy days are here again as holiday looms Happy days are here again as holiday looms

Tourists crowd the Nanjing Road pedestrian shopping mall yesterday. The street is now decorated with Chinese flags...


Highway brings relief to Hongqiao Highway brings relief to Hongqiao

A new elevated highway section will open today to connect the city’s north Jiading District and Hongqiao Traffic...


Jing’an will be at the heart of city culture Jing’an will be at the heart of city culture

THE new Jing’an District will turn itself into a zone of museums for history and culture protection, authorities...

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China's e-commerce giant Alibaba Group said that four of its employees at the security department had been sacked for cheating during an internal sale of mooncakes. On September 12, Alibaba put the company's surplus mooncakes on sale on the company's internal site at cost price for all employees, and a temporary page was developed for that purpose. Four of its security department employees had written computer programs to help them snap up 124 more boxes of mooncakes than the number allowed by the company. They shortly were all sacked. What's your take on the punishment? Related story »





National

Li says her tweezers can bring you luck ...

PLUCKING your eyebrows can help improve your performance at work, and even solve relationship problems. That’s...


Mentuhui members jailed over deaths

SEVERAL Mentuhui members have been jailed for organizing a cult and causing deaths, according to the central leading...

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Feature

Targeting tourists with manga-themed attractions

EIGHTY-EIGHT places in Japan are going to be designated “animation spots” to encourage visitors to seek out the...


Bathe in nature, without taking your clothes off

In Japan, it’s called “shinrin-yoku,” which translates as forest bathing. It’s the practice of immersing yourself...

World

Telescope detects water plumes on Jupiter’s moon

Astronomers have spotted evidence of water vapor plumes rising from Jupiter’s moon Europa, a finding that might...


WHO issues air quality warning after dire report

NINE out of 10 people globally are breathing poor quality air, the World Health Organization said yesterday, calling...

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Klitschko eyes Joshua title bout after Fury no-show

AFTER his world title rematch with Tyson Fury was again postponed, former champion Wladimir Klitschko is on the...


Mourning Marlins honor Fernandez

MIAMI Marlins players wearing No. 16 jerseys in honor of Jose Fernandez paid a tearful tribute to their fallen...


NFL legend Manning in maiden China trip

PEYTON Manning says he is still adapting to his new life after retiring from the National Football League as one...


Jankovic packs off Muguruza in Wuhan

Garbine Muguruza disappointing run in Asia continued as the Spanish second-seed was knocked out in the second round...


Desert tents for WCup fans

THE committee organizing the 2022 World Cup in Qatar plans to try out a “fan village” that could house up to 2,000...


Big Sam fights to save England job

SAM Allardyce was set for crisis talks with his Football Association employers yesterday as the England manager...


Asian leaders rebel, FIFA Council poll off

Asian soccer leaders rebelled against FIFA yesterday, calling off their extraordinary congress and postponing the...


Burnley triumphs

Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes (right) watches the ball bounce through his team’s defense from the head of Burnley...

SA Government plans to give energy regulator 'more teeth'

Two bills before South Australia's Parliament would give the national energy regulator more...


NBN write-down needed to avoid internet price surge, telcos 'going broke'

The telcos who buy space on the National Broadband Network say the most pressing issue for them...


Electricity infrastructure is a safe bet for super funds

The latest bid for a share of New South Wales electricity distributor Ausgrid from two big Australian...


Newcastle home to V8 Supercars for next five years

Newcastle will host the V8 Supercars 500 championships for the next five years.Premier Mike Baird...


RACQ urges motorists to use E10 fuel

The RACQ wants motorists to choose E10 fuel and hopes the Queensland Government will push for a...


'Global warming' challenge against Alpha coal mine dismissed

The proposed 30-million-tonne Alpha coal mine in central Queensland co-owned by Gina Rinehart has...

 

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