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Largest telescope looks for alien life

UK royal family lands in Canada


Shanghai ranked as the world’s 16th best financial hub

SHANGHAI ranked the 16th in a list of 87 global financial hubs, followed by Shenzhen at the 22nd and Beijing for the 26th place, a...


China key stock index sinks below 3,000 points

Chinese stocks fell on Monday, with the Shanghai stock index sinking below the key psychological level of 3,000 points. The benchmark...


The frenzy of home buying stays in Shanghai

SENTIMENT among home buyers and real estate developers both rebounded in Shanghai last week at a double-digit pace while average cost...


China extends anti-dumping duties on US chicken for 5 years

CHINA'S Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced Monday that it will extend anti-dumping duties on US white-feathered broiler chickens...


Classic Kunqu shows to be staged at Shanghai Grand Theater

FOLLOWING its successful tour in Beijing and Guangzhou, two plays of the classic "Four Dreams of Linchuan" - "The Peony Pavilion" and...


3D modeling to be used in civil engineering construction

CUTTING-EDGE 3D modeling technology will be widely used to improve the construction efficiency and safety of civil engineering projects...


Over 10 Chinese tourists injured in bus accident in California

OFFICIALS of Consulate-General of China in San Francisco confirmed Sunday that over ten Chinese tourists were injured in a bus accident...


Biz Hub
Energy saving can generate profits for chemical companies

REDUCTION of energy consumption has become one new source for chemical enterprises to reap profits in China. Jan...


Tencent to donate 2% of its annual profit to charity

CHINESE billionaire Pony Ma Huateng, the founder of Tencent, said in Hong Kong his company would donate 2 percent...


Sany finds smart way to boost bottom line

SHANGHAI-LISTED machinery manufacturer Sany Heavy Industry Co is using smart manufacturing to narrow its losses,...


Ride-hailing firm Grab ties up with self-driving car startup

USERS of ride-hailing firm Grab were able to book driverless cars yesterday as it partners with a startup in testing...


Provincial projects tipped to spur growth

PROVINCIAL projects worth more than 1 trillion yuan (US$150 billion) were launched this week as China strives to...

Metro
Now a single work permit for expats Now a single work permit for expats

FOREIGNERS will find it easier to work in Shanghai after the city released a series of policies yesterday to attract...


Shanghai stop for Dutch electric motorbike team Shanghai stop for Dutch electric motorbike team

A group of Dutch students have arrived in Shanghai on a world tour within 80 days aiming to demonstrate what electric...


Get those umbrellas out this week Get those umbrellas out this week

WET and cloudy days will hit Shanghai this week due to a cold front and Typhoon Megi that will land in southeast...


Visa rules eased for tourists on cruise ships Visa rules eased for tourists on cruise ships

TOURIST groups that arrive in Shanghai via cruises will be given 15 days of visa-free stay from October 1, local...


Treatment for student injured in blast Treatment for student injured in blast

DOCTORS are working out a further treatment plan for a student injured in a blast at a lab of Donghua University...


Golden task for vessel’s maiden trip Golden task for vessel’s maiden trip

CHINA’S first privately funded oceanic research vessel “Zhang Jian” returned to Shanghai yesterday after its maiden...

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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 »





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China Air Force conducts Western Pacific sea drill

CHINA’S Air Force said yesterday it had flown more than 40 bombers and other fighter planes through the Miyako...


Three expeditions but no Shangri-La can be discovered

ITS mystic appeal has long endured, but what and where is Shangri-La? Lawyer-turned-explorer Laurence Brahm asked...

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Feature

Efficient ‘super mom’ has two kids, no regrets

I am a working mother with two kids. Some people would call me a “super mom” for juggling the demands of a job...


Blessed bundles, clever time management

Since China changed its family planning policy last year to allow each couple to have two children, more young...

World

Plans to get Bill Clinton’s ex-lover to debate denied

DONALD Trump has hinted he might invite a former lover of Bill Clinton to the first US presidential debate, but...


Poaching blamed for drop in elephant population

AFRICA’S elephant population fell around 20 percent between 2006 and 2015 because of a surge in ivory poaching,...

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Ding masters Selby in Shanghai

Ding Junhui poses with the Shanghai Masters trophy after beating world No. 1 Mark Selby of England 10-6 in the...


Hamburg sacks Labbadia

HAMBURGER SV sacked coach Bruno Labbadia yesterday after a poor start to the season with only one point from five...


Shenhua rises above SIPG

SHANGHAI Greenland Shenhua gained advantage over city rival SIPG in the fight for a top-three finish in the Chinese...


Sulking Ronaldo puts Real in a mini crisis

TWO consecutive draws and a little rant by Cristiano Ronaldo have put Real Madrid on the verge of an early crisis. Real...


Malaysia’s Lee captures sixth Japan Open crown

MALAYSIA’S Lee Chong Wei yesterday won his sixth Japan Open title, defeating Jan O Jorgensen in Tokyo. Lee, a...


Wozniacki takes Pan Pacific Open title

FORMER world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki continued her revival by brushing aside Japanese teenager Naomi Osaka 7-5,...


Marquez wins Aragon GP

MARC Marquez extended his lead in the MotoGP championship after winning the Aragon Grand Prix in Alcaniz, Spain,...

Pilots are under-reporting mental illness

Australia's aviation industry has been trying to change a culture among pilots of under-reporting...


Amazon technology chief says future of cloud computing is here

It sounds like a brave new world that is rapidly disrupting big business and government departments.But...


Liberal powerbroker's voluntary administration deal revealed

The lobbying business of former New South Wales Liberal Party minister Michael Photios was in voluntary...


Russell-Smith workers 'frustrated, betrayed' after collapse

Employees of a collapsed Tasmanian electrical and communications company have spoken of their frustration...


Remaining Russell-Smith workers sacked by administrator

The remaining workers at troubled Tasmanian company Russell-Smith have been sacked by the company's...


SAI Global agrees to $1b takeover bid

Industry standards and compliance company SAI Global has agreed to a $1 billion takeover bid from...

 

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