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Huge Tokyo protest against Abe security bill

China's most successful worlds wrap up with 2 more medals

Russian leaders work out


Xi signs amnesty to mark WWII victory

CHINESE President Xi Jinping signed a prisoner amnesty at the weekend as part of commemorations marking the end of World War II. It...


Journalist, securities regulatory official held for stock market violation

CHINESE authorities have held several people, including a journalist, an official of China's securities watchdog and four senior executives...


Back to school after Tianjin’s deadly blasts

MORE than 300 grade schools in Tianjin will start the autumn semester on time despite the deadly warehouse explosion earlier this month,...

Authorities agree sale of damaged homes

14-year-old Fudan student swats up on making bed

FUDAN University yesterday admitted its youngest student for the academic year, 14-year-old Xiao Yuhe. Beijing native Yuhe will be...


Athletics

Great sprint forward for China

Great sprint forward for China

CHINESE sprinting took its own great leap forward after the country’s 4x100...

Opinion

Future looks gray as demographic trends push more countries into super-aged club

The aging of our societies is one of the greatest success stories of the twentieth century....

Society

Bringing solace to pet owners

Society

Members of staff at a pet funeral service company lift a coffin containing the...

Nation

Taiwan veteran learns the art of saving settlement village history

Nation

Former soldier Huang Yung-fu greets visitors to his village in central Taiwan...

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Yuan devaluation, slowing GDP no barrier to Chinese travelers

CHINA’S currency devaluation and slowing economy have caused enormous turmoil in world financial markets, but they...


Growth continues to lead the world, says premier

CHINA’S economy is growing at a “reasonable” pace and, despite growing pressures, the government can cope with...


Suzuki to buy back stake from VW

JAPAN’S Suzuki Motor Corp said yesterday it will buy back the 19.9 percent stake it sold to Volkswagen AG after...


China removes loan-to-deposit cap

China on Saturday scrapped a two decade limit on the percentage of funds banks can lend out relative to deposits,...


Eyes on economic data for likely US rate rise

After a dizzying two weeks that saw a rapid plunge and rebound in equity prices, investors are looking forward...


Eni finds huge gas field

Italian energy company Eni SpA said yesterday it has discovered a “supergiant” natural gas field off Egypt, describing...

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Schools ‘must do better’ to realize digital dreams Schools ‘must do better’ to realize digital dreams

THE target year for replacing all traditional textbooks in Shanghai schools with digital versions has been extended...


14-year-old Fudan student swats up on making bed

FUDAN University yesterday admitted its youngest student for the academic year, 14-year-old Xiao Yuhe. Beijing...


Concert aids blaze hero

A CHARITY concert on Saturday night in Minhang District has raised more than 1.66 million yuan (US$267,740) for...


Cloudy week ahead with showers

IT should be slightly warmer this week with the high reaching 31 degrees Celsius, though rain is likely too, forecasters...


Student ‘told to rob long-haired woman’

A STUDENT has been detained for allegedly robbing a woman on the instructions of a scammer claiming to be a police...

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A recent report said China Telecom Shanghai has denied claims that it has slowed down connections to overseas websites to encourage customers to sign up to premium services. Frustrations in trying to connect to overseas sites are simply down to large numbers of users and limited Internet resources, insisted the telecoms giant. This follows complaints from customers at the delays trying to connect to sites such as Amazon and Apple’s App Store. What do you think? Related story »





National

Taiwan veteran learns the art of saving settlement village history

Former soldier Huang Yung-fu greets visitors to his village in central Taiwan with paint-stained hands and shoes...


Miners forced into slavery by Japanese tell of ordeals

A BOOK telling the stories of Chinese miners forced into slavery by Japanese troops is to be published as the world...


Black bear from Russia prefers China

A BEAR from Russia which crossed into China, causing a stir in a border town, has been captured and released into...

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Feature

Artist uses classic form to depict modern concerns

Bringing something new to Chinese ink-wash painting while still honoring the conventions of the genre would be...


They don’t make them like they used to

Most historical buildings along Wukang Road are either garden villas or small apartment buildings....


Strong shift toward modern architecture takes root

THE Cape Town Apartments on Wukang Road are a miniature version of the nearby Normandie Apartments. Known by locals...

World

American held over Sierra Leone ‘blood diamonds’

Spanish authorities have arrested an American man on charges of enslavement and diamond pillaging during Sierra...


11 die in Saudi housing area blaze

A LARGE fire broke out yesterday in the basement of a sprawling residential complex in Saudi Arabia’s oil-rich...


5th suspect arrested in migrant deaths

Hungarian police said yesterday they had arrested a fifth suspect, a Bulgarian citizen, in connection with the...

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Van Gaal rues Man United's five-minute lapse

MANCHESTER United manager Louis van Gaal blamed a five-minute lapse in concentration for his side's 2-1 defeat...


Bayern sells Dante, signs Juve’s Coman

Defending German league champion Bayern Munich confirmed yesterday it had sold Brazil center-back Dante to VfL...


Rossi wins British GP to retake sole MotoGP lead

Valentino Rossi won the British Grand Prix in wet conditions yesterday to reclaim the outright lead in the MotoGP...


Miracle cure sees Naholo get NZ nod

WAISAKE Naholo completed a stunning comeback from a broken leg when he was named in the New Zealand World Cup squad...


Rodriguez fires Real at Bernabeu

Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez (center) scores his second goal against Real Betis during their Spanish La Liga match...


Jamaica ‘ruff necks’ steal the show

EVEN without Usain Bolt, Jamaica finished the world championships with a bang last night, storming to the women’s...


Great sprint forward for China

CHINESE sprinting took its own great leap forward after the country’s 4x100 meters men’s relay team won a shock...


Coe sets out dope agenda

Part of Sebastian Coe’s new job as head of world athletics will be to shift the conversation about his “ostensibly...

Oddly Enough

‘Lump’ found in local woman's spleen was actually a fetus

SURGEONS at Renji Hospital yesterday removed a woman’s spleen after discovering that a mysterious lump inside it...


Guinness: 26-year-old cat in US is world's oldest alive

A 26-year-old cat named Corduroy has been named the oldest living cat by Guinness World Records. The cat is owned...


Two-headed cobra finds home in zoo, but needs specialist help to survive

A zoo in the southwestern city of Nanning recently adopted a two-headed cobra. The rare creature has already survived...



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