The opening ceremony of the city's 23rd charity event, dubbed “Greatest Love under the Sky,” was held in Hongkou District this afternoon. Lasting until January 7, the month-long annual program will include monetary and material help for people in need, including free voluntary services and donation-gathering as well as media campaigns to promote charity.
Xia Shuqin (C Front) and Yu Changxiang (R Front), survivors of the Nanjing Massacre, mourn their family members at the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, Dec. 3, 2016.
Cui Yanchao (1st L), director of Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism Development Administrative Office, presents the Chinese paper-cut "Riverside Scene at Qing Ming Festival" to Alessandra Zita(C), official of Italy's National Agency of Tourism (ENIT), during an event to promote Beijing Tourism in Rome, Italy, Dec. 2, 2016.
The first “Hujiang Cup” piano contest for local university students was held on Thursday at Tongji University....
Smoking will be banned in all indoor public venues and workplaces in Shanghai from March next year. The ban will cover hotels, restaurants, offices, airports, railway stations and entertainment venues after a new smoking regulation was approved by local lawmakers. Smoking will also be banned in government agencies’ offices, meeting rooms and canteens. Which public area do you find most troubled by smoking issue in Shanghai?
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