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Giant panda Bao Bao ends one-month quarantine in Sichuan

China to expand trade with Australia

China stuns South Korea to keep hopes alive

Art helps children in hospital


French bakery executives held and all outlets closed in stale flour raid

POLICE yesterday held eight executives for allegedly using expired flour in a popular downtown French bakery chain. Police said the...


Beijing to open first driverless subway line

BEIJING will open its first subway line with self-driving trains this year, local authorities said Friday. The facility is the first...


China tightens housing loan rules to cool Beijing's property market

CHINA'S central bank announced Friday tightened housing mortgage rules to curb speculative purchases in Beijing's property market. Targeting...


China's soccer reform lays grassroots foundation for future success

CHINA'S 1-0 victory over South Korea on Thursday night rekindled the country's qualification hopes for the 2018 World Cup, and represents...


Gallant grey is the latest trending color for cars, report says

AXALTA, one of the largest car coating companies in the world, unveiled a report today that shows color preference of car buyers and...


Sunken S. Korean ferry slowly emerges 3 years after disaster

A South Korean ferry that sank nearly three years ago, killing 304 people, most of them children on a school trip, slowly emerged from...


Tour confirms Shanghai ‘stage’

THE Tour de France will stage a Shanghai criterium featuring top riders this year as it bids to attract a following in China, organizers...


Biz Hub
EU bank eyes Chinese green lending

THE European Investment Bank plans to lend 500 million euros (US$539.1 million) to Chinese green projects in 2017,...


AIIB approves 13 new members

THE Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank said yesterday that its board of governors has adopted resolutions approving...


China Coal turns losses to profit

CHINA Coal Energy Co made a profit of 2.03 billion yuan (US$295 million) last year, reversing losses a year ago,...


Internet Plus for industries, agriculture

China will push its Internet Plus national strategy into the industrial and agriculture sectors nationwide, especially...


IOT to light up China’s streets

China’s street lighting will boast new features such as Internet connection, energy efficiency and high-level security...

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Metro
Alert issued for airport’s big day on Sunday Alert issued for airport’s big day on Sunday

PASSENGERS flying out from Terminal 1 building at Hongqiao International Airport on Sunday are advised to be early. The...


French bakery executives held and all outlets closed in stale flour raid French bakery executives held and all outlets closed in stale flour raid

POLICE yesterday held eight executives for allegedly using expired flour in a popular downtown French bakery chain. Police...


Art helps children in hospital Art helps children in hospital

A charity program teaching children in hospital about art and culture is exploring the effects of music and art...


Watchdog fails gas cookers Watchdog fails gas cookers

MORE than 35 percent of gas cookers and gas water heaters out of 34 batches checked by the city’s market watchdog...


Archives treat for contest entrants Archives treat for contest entrants

SHANGHAI Library announced yesterday that 240,000 archive items — including precious manuscripts, private letters...

Latest Poll

A sex education textbook for second graders recently created heated debates among Chinese netizens. The textbook contains pictures of reproductive organs and explanations of how they work. It also tells youngsters to respect people who have different sexual orientations. Some people think this is way too explicit. Others think the textbook provides clear guidance for children to learn something they should learn. What do you think? Related story »





National

Satellite boost for weather disaster alerts

CHINA will launch a new meteorological satellite in the second half of this year which will be capable of detecting...


Capital putting an end to drug price markups

BEIJING has announced a plan to end markups on drug prices and adjust the cost of 435 medical services in what...

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Feature

The dry white that divides the wine world

ISACS is the founder and CEO of EnjoyGourmet, a leading gourmet digital (www.enjoygourmet.com.cn) and print media...


Foods we just plain don’t like and won’t eat

THE old Latin proverb “there’s no accounting for taste” endures because it describes a universal human trait. The...

World

School head accuses Abe of donation through wife

THE head of an ultra-nationalistic Japanese school operator at the center of a land and political scandal testified...


Israelis say Jewish man behind US threats

ISRAELI police yesterday arrested a 19-year-old Israeli Jewish man as the primary suspect in a string of bomb threats...

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Sports

Ma, Wang in the race for national jobs

RETIRED paddlers Ma Lin and Wang Hao will be competing for the national team coaching jobs with the National Sports...


Hamilton wants more women in ‘dude’ dominated paddock

THERE are “too many dudes” in the paddock at Formula One races and the series needs to improve access for women,...


Tour confirms Shanghai ‘stage’

THE Tour de France will stage a Shanghai criterium featuring top riders this year as it bids to attract a following...


Call for transfer system reform

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin vowed to reform the transfer system to stem the talent flow towards the richest...


Podolski departs in style

LUKAS Podolski admitted his Germany farewell could not have been scripted better after netting a superb winner...


Wanda boss urges China fans to be patient

CHINA’S richest man, Wang Jianlin, has warned his compatriots not to expect overnight results despite the heavy...


China stuns South Korea to keep hopes alive

CHINA’S hope of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia was rekindled after Italian coach Marcello Lippi-led...

Heyfield locals fearful about future of their timber town

The country's biggest hardwood sawmill is set to close next year, and people from the timber...


Plans for $1.5b gas-fired power station in southern NSW back on agenda

Plans have been revived for a potential $1.5 billion gas-fired power plant on the New South Wales...


CBA, ANZ, St George join rush to raise home loan interest rates

Commonwealth Bank, ANZ and St George have joined NAB and Westpac in another out-of-cycle increase...


ASIC not investigating accounting practices, Harvey Norman founder says

Is Harvey Norman under investigation for troubling accounting practices by the corporate watchdog...


Terrorism media coverage playing into extremists' hands, academic warns

The media is doing terrorists' work for them with its coverage and choice of language in the...


Wall Street edges lower as healthcare vote delayed

Wall Street has closed flat after a volatile session overnight, as wary investors sought more clarity...

 

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