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China's former legal affairs chief under investigation

Then China's Public Security Minister Zhou Yongkang reacts as he attends the Hebei delegation discussion sessions at the 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing in this October 16, 2007 file photo.

24 bus stop shelters in Nanjing stolen overnight

Twenty-four bus stop shelters worth 1.4 million yuan were stolen on July 24 in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu Province, Modern Express reported today. The shelters had been built only nine days before they disappeared.

Eid al-Fitr festival celebrated in Ningxia

Muslims gather to celebrate Eid al-Fitr that marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan in a Mosque in Yinchuan, capital of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, July 29, 2014. --Xinhua

And they’re off!

Students get together, in more ways than one, to open the 12th National Student Sports Games in Shanghai yesterday. The games will take place until Saturday and nearly 10,000 participants from 34 delegations across the country are taking part.

Vendors get legal home at new night market

Shoppers at the new night market at Gongkang Road in Baoshan District, featuring vendors from the illegal Pengpu market. — IC


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China's former legal affairs chief under investigation

Zhou Yongkang, formerly head of China’s legal affairs, has been put under investigation for “suspected serious violation of disciplines.” Zhou...


Extra Line 2 trains to prepare for possible backlog of passengers stranded at city’s Pudong airport

Two more Metro Line 2 trains will be added tonight if there is a backlog of passengers stranded at Pudong International Airport due...

City airports on high alert for further disruptions
Flights between city and 18 Chinese airports to be disrupted

China vows zero tolerance and harsh punishment for rule-violating sales and growing of GM rice

CHINESE authorities have vowed zero tolerance and harsh punishment for rule-violating sales and growing of genetically modified (GM)...


LA police arrest 4 teenagers in Chinese student murder case

LOS Angeles Police have arrested two men and two juveniles in connection with the murder of a 24-year-old Chinese graduate student....


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Remembering earthquake victims

Remembering earthquake victims

Residents in Tangshan City in north China’s Hebei Province place flowers before...

Foreign Views

Why do American media ignore truth about the history of Diaoyu Islands?

Lately, the Diaoyu Islands have been in the news not only in China, but also in America. American news media organizations...

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US consulate says it's business as usual with visa applications

Expat Community

The United States consulate in Shanghai said yesterday that it’s continuing...

World

Palestinian kids killed in attack on Gaza park

World

A Gaza park was attacked yesterday, killing at least 10 Palestinians, including...

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Fosun, Shanghai Film Group establish foundation to bankroll movies

FOSUN International Ltd and Shanghai Film Group Co Ltd announced today they have jointly established an investment


S. Korea becomes eighth biggest yuan user

SOUTH Korea became the eighth biggest user of the yuan in June as almost 70 percent of direct payments between


Software park develops new services

SHANGHAI Pudong Software Park is developing new services and businesses to help firms boost income and innovation,


Shanghai shares post 6-day rally on improving economy, liquidity

SHANGHAI stocks gained for a sixth straight day today as market sentiment stayed high over economic recovery and


BoCom shares rally at midday on reform plan

BANK of Communications shares rallied in Shanghai for the second straight day after it said it plans to deepen


Finance leasing firms get room to expand

FINANCE leasing companies have been given the green light by the nation’s banking regulator to open industry-specific


SAP sees double-digit revenue growth in H1

GERMANY’S SAP AG said yesterday that it booked double-digit growth for its China revenue in the first half of the

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OSI Group to create ‘quality control center’ in Shanghai OSI Group to create ‘quality control center’ in Shanghai

THE US owners of a Shanghai subsidiary at the center of an expired meat scandal said yesterday “swift and decisive”


Vendors get legal home at new night market

BAOSHAN District has relocated stallholders from a now-closed popular but illegal night market in Zhabei District


Dog killer detained after owner appeal

A DOG dealer who poisoned three dogs was detained by police in Qingpu District for theft, after a 10-day search


US consulate says it's business as usual with visa applications

The United States consulate in Shanghai said yesterday that it’s continuing to accept visa applications, despite


UK offering 24-hour ‘super-priority’ visa service from next month

A 24-hour “super-priority” visa service will be available to visitors applying in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou


Investigation into ex-Bright chairman

THE former chairman of state-owned Bright Food Group Co, Wang Zongnan, is under investigation for alleged corruption,


City airports on high alert for further disruptions

CHINA’S air traffic regulator yesterday issued its highest alert for flight disruptions at Shanghai airports saying


City court to try GSK investigators on Aug.8

THE trial which begins on Aug. 8 of a foreign couple accused of illegally obtaining information on Chinese citizens

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On Sunday night, the Shanghai Food and Drug Administration ordered the Husi Food processing plant in Jiading District to suspend operations following the broadcast of a Shanghai Television news program that claimed it used out-of-date meat. The company supplies several global fast food brands, including McDonald’s, KFC and Pizza Hut, so who do you think is to blame for this latest food safety scandal?



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A MAN who indecently touched a woman’s thigh on a subway train in Shanghai was kicked out of

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Fine dining has soared to new heights, literally. A local hotel unveiled its restaurant in

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National

Historic cathedral destroyed in blaze

FIRE destroyed one of China’s oldest cathedrals in the early hours of yesterday, in the east China city of Ningbo,


Remembering earthquake victims

Residents in Tangshan City in north China’s Hebei Province place flowers before a memorial wall where more than


China urges nationals to leave ravaged country

China yesterday called on its nationals to leave Libya, citing the recent deteriorating security situation. The


Water diversion project runs into problems

WATER quality on the Hanjiang River, a tributary of the Yangtze and a major component in an ambitious project to

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Food-scandal scoop a feather in cap for city’s often quiet media

THE latest food-safety scandal involving one of our city’s largest meat suppliers has been consuming headlines


Italian duo to play Beethoven, others

A piano and violin duo from Italy — Francesca Dego and Francesca Leonardi — have been performing together over


Play to shine light on plight of ‘leftovers’

FOR many of today’s Chinese youth looking for a partner, love takes second place to parental pressure, moving up

World

35 percent in US facing debt collectors: study

MORE than 35 percent of Americans have debts and unpaid bills that have been reported to collection agencies, according


Japan teen murder accused 'wanted to dissect' someone: report

A 16-year-old Japanese schoolgirl has confessed to decapitating a classmate, police said Tuesday, as she reportedly


Israeli war jets destroy house of Hamas leader, no casualties

ISRAELI war jets struck early Tuesday morning the house of Ismail Haneya, deputy chief of Islamic Hamas movement,

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Chinese history-maker Ji looking forward to break

CHINESE rider Ji Cheng said he wants to get away from cycling for a while after completing the Tour de France on


FIFA seeks probe into racist remarks by Italian

FIFA asked the Italian football federation on Monday to open an investigation into alleged racist comments by Carlo


Chambers is our kind of player, says Arsenal's Wenger

NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD Calum Chambers is a quality player who has everything Arsenal look for in a youngster, manager


Mercedes driver duo in focus as F1 takes a break

FORMULA One headed for its annual holidays yesterday with some drivers looking forward to the break more than others


S Africa steals draw to reclaim top spot

SOUTH Africa reclaimed top spot in test rankings after grimly hanging on for a draw in the second and final test


Scott to be new Lakers coach

THE Los Angeles Lakers have waited nearly three months to hire a new coach, and they’re apparently making Byron


Malaysia’s David wins squash gold

NICOL David retained her Commonwealth Games singles squash title after beating world champion Laura Massaro in

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24 bus stop shelters in Nanjing stolen overnight

TWENTY-FOUR bus stop shelters worth 1.4 million yuan were stolen on July 24 in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu Province,


India doctors remove 232 teeth from boy's mouth

SURGEONS in Mumbai have removed 232 teeth from the mouth of an Indian teenager in what they believe may be a world-record


Blue-colored red king crab caught in Alaska

A rare blue-colored red king crab was part of a fisherman's catch earlier this month in Nome, Alaska. KNOM reports



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