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China to defend its interests if US damages trade ties

CHINA will take action to defend its interests if the United States damages trade ties, the Ministry of Commerce said yesterday. The...


Baoshan cinema to screen it huge

BAOSHAN District will build China’s largest huge-screen cinema at a former container dock by the Yangtze River, officials said yesterday. The...


National park to unite pandas living in the wild

Wang Dezhi recalls the first time he visited the Old Creek forest farm in 2010....


Defining childhood in time of smartphones

A few days ago my 14-year-old son came to me, seeking my advice as to an essay assignment with the title: There is still a childhood...


New loans drop to lowest in 8 months in China

CHINA’S new loans in July fell to their lowest in eight months due to property curbs that have cooled mortgage lending and seasonal...


Foreign lenders develop steadily and see progress

FOREIGN banks in Shanghai posted an over 6 percent rise in total assets in the first half of the year and made progress in innovation...


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Foreign lenders develop steadily and see progress

FOREIGN banks in Shanghai posted an over 6 percent rise in total assets in the first half of the year and made...


Fiat Chrysler surges on Chinese bids

Shares of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles surged yesterday following a report that it is being targeted for a possible...


New loans drop to lowest in 8 months in China

CHINA’S new loans in July fell to their lowest in eight months due to property curbs that have cooled mortgage...


Air Berlin files for bankruptcy

Air Berlin, Germany’s second largest airline, filed for bankruptcy protection yesterday following years of losses...


US retail sales see biggest rise in 7 months

US retail sales recorded their biggest increase in seven months in July as consumers boosted purchases of motor...

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Metro
From dinosaur to bird to fossil From dinosaur to bird to fossil

Visitors study animal fossils donated by a museum in northeast China’s Liaoning Province at Shanghai Natural History...


Blanket-covered man steals from mall Blanket-covered man steals from mall

A 28-year-old man has been detained for allegedly stealing about 50,000 yuan (US$7,500) from a shopping mall on...


Baoshan cinema to screen it huge Baoshan cinema to screen it huge

BAOSHAN District will build China’s largest huge-screen cinema at a former container dock by the Yangtze River,...


Riverfront creates a global city of distinction Riverfront creates a global city of distinction

GREAT cities of the world are distinguished by their waterfronts. Think Sydney, San Francisco, Paris and Rio. Shanghai...


Relief at rest stations for outdoor workers Relief at rest stations for outdoor workers

BEING able to take a seat in an air-conditioned room and drink cold water is a great relief for outdoor workers...


Fatal fire at flour milling site Fatal fire at flour milling site

Spectators gather outside a flour milling workshop at 25 Yude Road, Xuhui District, where a second-floor fire broke...

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

Mystery of teenager’s death at Internet addiction center

A TEENAGER has died after less than 48 hours at a center that treats Internet addicts, shining a light on the controversial...


Blanket-covered man steals from mall

A 28-year-old man has been detained for allegedly stealing about 50,000 yuan (US$7,500) from a shopping mall on...


Baoshan cinema to screen it huge

BAOSHAN District will build China’s largest huge-screen cinema at a former container dock by the Yangtze River,...


Riverfront creates a global city of distinction

GREAT cities of the world are distinguished by their waterfronts. Think Sydney, San Francisco, Paris and Rio. Shanghai...


Relief at rest stations for outdoor workers

BEING able to take a seat in an air-conditioned room and drink cold water is a great relief for outdoor workers...


Fatal fire at flour milling site

Spectators gather outside a flour milling workshop at 25 Yude Road, Xuhui District, where a second-floor fire broke...

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Chinese martial arts, lion dance well preserved in Macau

THE 2017 Macau Wushu Master Challenge held late last week attracted hundreds of wushu masters from across the world...


Get away from the city chaos to country retreat

AFTER one and a half years of construction, the Pujiang Country Park in Minhang District finally opened the curtain...

World

Pot luck for human pyramid

Hindu devotees form a human pyramid in Mumbai yesterday in a bid to reach and break a curd-pot suspended in the...


Australia’s ‘accidental Kiwi’ renounces citizenship

Australia’s “accidental Kiwi” deputy prime minister renounced his New Zealand citizenship yesterday amid sheep...


3 Britons face jail and cane for assault

Three British citizens of Vietnamese origin were sentenced yesterday to jail and caning for sexually assaulting...


Iran president threatens to quit nuclear deal

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani warned yesterday that his country could abandon its 2015 nuclear deal with world...

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Wallaby Genia signs up with Rebels for 2 years

Wallabies vice captain Will Genia will return to play his club rugby in Australia with Super Rugby’s Melbourne...


Stanton snaps homer mark

Giancarlo Stanton knocked in three runs to break the franchise record for home runs leading the Miami Marlins to...


Nadal No. 1 as Federer pulls out

WIMBLEDON champion Roger Federer withdrew on Monday from the Western & Southern Open because of a back injury....


NBA eases new-season schedule for weary stars

The NBA announced its full 1,230-game schedule for the upcoming season, complete with tweaks designed to reduce...


Matsuyama stuns Japan with marriage revelation

Hideki Matsuyama announced on Monday that he has been married since January and is now a father, news which caught...


5-match Ronaldo ban angers Zidane

REAL Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane expressed his anger yesterday at a five-game ban handed to Cristiano Ronaldo...


Tevez promises Shenhua return after Argentina calf-injury cure

CARLOS Tevez has been granted a return to his native Argentina for treatment on a calf injury, but only after agreeing...


Transfer confusion hits Blues

AFTER a season in which it dominated the English Premier League, winning the title by seven points, Chelsea is...

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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