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Opinion Columns

One man's meat

Wan Lixin Opinion deputy editor of Shanghai Daily

Email: wanlixin@shanghaidaily.com

Old story of wicked stepmother overlooks our aging society’s fear of loneliness

Recently my brother paid a visit to a family friend surnamed Zhang, whom we had lost touch with for many years....

April 22, 2015, Wednesday

Marshland city of Dafeng seeing fruit of its labor in creating green, sustainable future

Last week I went on a press trip to Dafeng, a city in the north of neighboring Jiangsu Province, to see first-hand its achievements in reconciling growth with environmental protection....

April 15, 2015, Wednesday

Angkor Wat toxic rubbish dump serves as monument to our reckless consumption

The Daily Mail recently published photographs of people, including children, picking through a toxic rubbish dump near a tourist center in Cambodia....

April 1, 2015, Wednesday

Whether in war or work, effective communications vital to outcome

In a long-standing relationship, you always have time to earn the trust of people around you, by delivering on your promise or through doing what is expected of you....

March 27, 2015, Friday

Australia seeks to deepen ties with China as it grapples with ‘systemic problems’

Q: There have been reports of Australia interest to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as proposed by China....

March 24, 2015, Tuesday

In spring remember our roots in the soil

The Shanghai Meteorological Bureau yesterday announced that spring officially began last Friday — the first day in a five-day sequence when temperatures averaged 10 degrees or more....

March 18, 2015, Wednesday

Looking within empowers you to tackle the problems outside

OVER the past decade, the pursuit of material prosperity has become the aspiration for many people....

March 13, 2015, Friday

In WeChat era, overseas travel becomes another piece of conspicuous consumption

Spring Festival traditionally provides an occasion for family reunion, but today it can also be a great moment to get away from home, as a growing number of Chinese chose to spend this festival traveling...

March 4, 2015, Wednesday

When news no longer imparts a moral, we can simply turn it off

Commuting on a Metro train, while reading how a Tang Dynasty (618-907) poet was surprised by a bright moon one spring eve, I was distracted by a mobile phone of a middle-aged woman near me....

February 13, 2015, Friday

Rural life produces hardier stock, not so in need of help from condescending urbanites

A recent report commended initiatives helping rural people gain access to knowledge of hygiene and medical care (“Health or death for rural mountain children,” January 29, Shanghai Daily)....

February 4, 2015, Wednesday

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