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Want to beat the heat? Chill out in a park

A friendly visit to Greece

Alert over as Typhoon Roke weakens


Chelsea disciplines Brazilian player over his offensive posts

CHELSEA football club yesterday apologized for Brazilian defender Kenedy’s Instagram posts which it accepted “caused great offense...


City cracks down on unlicensed education centers

MORE than 500 educational training organizations without business licenses and qualification certificates are being closed, the city...


Keep your cool, the mercury isn’t falling

THE 40-degree heatwave that has hit the city will continue this week. Today and tomorrow are forecast sunny, with temperatures touching...


Popular restaurant closed after diners’ complaints

A POPULAR Hong Kong-style dim sum restaurant in Shanghai has been ordered to close after several diners complained of stomach problems,...


Mobile phones could spell the end to using cash in China

YANG Qianqian holds out her smartphone to scan a barcode on the mobile of a vendor selling fresh fruit and vegetables at a bustling...


Beijing bureau’s not a ‘Belieber’

POP star Justin Bieber is not welcome on the Chinese mainland because of his “bad behavior,” city authorities have said, after he caused...


Sun gains Horton revenge in 400

CHINA’S Sun Yang won the men’s 400-meter freestyle final in emphatic style at the FINA world championships yesterday, as his bitter...


8 dead in Wal-Mart parking lot horror

AUTHORITIES called to a Wal-Mart parking lot in San Antonio, Texas, yesterday found eight people dead and 20 others in dire condition...


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German carmakers face EU probe of cartel claims

EUROPEAN Union antitrust regulators are investigating allegations of a cartel among a group of German carmakers,...


No gain to diesel car ban

BANNING diesel cars in European cities could hamper automakers’ ability to invest in zero-emission vehicles, the...


Complains over Uber’s airport service

AUTHORITIES in Madrid asked Spain's anti-trust watchdog on Saturday to investigate whether Uber's new low-cost...


China’s M&A value rebounds 148% in Q2

CHINA’S outbound mergers and acquisitions rebounded in the second quarter of this year with deal value surging...


Chinese cruise travel market sails wave of growth

CHINA has become the world’s second-largest market for cruise travel, according to industry reports. Since Italian...

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Want to beat the heat? Chill out in a park Want to beat the heat? Chill out in a park

WITH Shanghai enduring its annual heatwave, city parks offer a green, sometimes breezy respite, even beyond sundown....


Keep your cool, the mercury isn’t falling Keep your cool, the mercury isn’t falling

THE 40-degree heatwave that has hit the city will continue this week. Today and tomorrow are forecast sunny, with...


Youngsters committing less crime: new study Youngsters committing less crime: new study

THE proportion of juvenile criminals dropped from 3.39 percent to 1.51 percent in the past five years due to government...


Changning is reshaping itself into an attractive home for foreigners Changning is reshaping itself into an attractive home for foreigners

CHANGNING District aims to increase the percentage of its foreign population to 10 percent within five years from...


Graduates getting paid better, but still job-hopping Graduates getting paid better, but still job-hopping

LAST year’s graduates of local colleges started in jobs at wages 25 percent higher than their predecessors — more...


City cracks down on unlicensed education centers City cracks down on unlicensed education centers

MORE than 500 educational training organizations without business licenses and qualification certificates are being...

Latest Poll

The shared-bike craze has gripped many Chinese cities. While people enjoy the convenience brought by the traditional mode of transport, the two wheelers have also become a headache for urban management. Sidewalks are occupied by heaps of messily-parked bikes. Worse, some people are carrying passengers on the single-seat bikes! Authorities have now banned bikes in some downtown areas of Shanghai. What do you think? Related story »





National

Blood donors rush to help after blast

RESIDENTS of Hangzhou, capital of east China’s Zhejiang Province, have been queueing up at blood donation centers...


Can you solve mystery of oracle bones?

THE National Museum of Chinese Writing is seeking help in deciphering oracle bone inscriptions dating back more...

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All hellzapoppin’ in the orbit of tasty snack choices

WHETHER sweet, salty or spicy, snacks provide those small comforts of life that hit the spot when we are peckish,...


Limoux a perfect companion for a Chinese snack

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

World

Metal detectors outside Jerusalem mosque to stay but use may be cut

ISRAEL will not remove metal detectors whose installation outside a major Jerusalem mosque has triggered the bloodiest...


Germany denounces Turkey’s behavior

TURKEY’S behavior is “unacceptable” and Germany has a duty to protect its citizens and companies but also wants...


Dispute over book on Mandela’s health

A new book by a former South African military doctor that documents Nelson Mandela’s medical treatments before...

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Astros’ Moran taken to hospital with facial injury

HOUSTON Astros rookie Colin Moran was taken to hospital after fouling a ball off the left side of his face during...


Bertens beats Kontaveit to win Gstaad Ladies title

A TEARFUL Kiki Bertens used an emotional change of ends in the deciding set of the Gstaad Ladies Championship final...


Sun gains Horton revenge in 400

CHINA’S Sun Yang won the men’s 400-meter freestyle final in emphatic style at the FINA world championships yesterday,...


Sensation as China’s Li fires 63 at British Open

CHINESE prodigy Li Haotong caused a sensation in the British Open yesterday as he shot a 7-under-par 63 in his...


Pedro quits Blues’ tour

CHELSEA playmaker Pedro will leave the club’s preseason tour and return to England after suffering a concussion...


Real’s Danilo gets his Guardiola wish

DANILO will be fulfilling his ambition to play under Pep Guardiola after signing for Manchester City from Real...


Shenhua falters, Evergrande stays top after SIPG tie

SHANGHAI Greenland Shenhua lost 1-2 to long-term rival Beijing Guo’an at Hongkou Football Stadium in the Chinese...


Serie A roadshow

THE Italian Serie A held a promotional roadshow in Shanghai over the weekend to seek new partners for the league’s...

Native Title Act changes stuck amid stand-off between major parties

Native Title Act changes the Government declared urgent in February will not pass Parliament until...


Morrison reveals company tax cut 'blowout'

The Federal Government's full company tax plan will cost the budget more than $15 billion per...


Spirit of Tasmania crash in Melbourne could have been avoided: report

An accident which saw the Spirit of Tasmania II crash into a pier at Port Melbourne with 120 passengers...


Former PM John Howard 'uneasy' about bank tax

Former prime minister John Howard has expressed concerns about a multi-billion-dollar hit on Australia's...


Extra $2b for poles and wires has Premier hinting at budget boost

NSW Government says it has raised billions of dollars more than expected from the privatisation...


Who will bear the cost of the bank tax?

Opinion is divided over who will bear the costs of the Government's new bank tax, but it can...

 

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