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Wan Lixin Opinion deputy editor of Shanghai Daily

Email: wanlixin@shanghaidaily.com

Old treatise on aging filled with timeless wisdom for all people

IN much of China today, the question “how old are you?” is still an acceptable way to start a conversation. Chinese idealize the elderly as enlightened bearers of wisdom, worthy of greater veneration. ...

April 29, 2016, Friday

Pleasures of reading lost among people driven to distraction by online nonsense

In honor of World Book Day, which falls on April 23, China News Service published a photo that day showing dozens of young people reading on a Beijing metro car. This observance, established by UNESCO ...

April 27, 2016, Wednesday

Moral education cast aside when we are consumed by results and online fantasy

ON March 27, Lu Haiqing, a student at Sichuan Normal University, was hacked to death in his dormitory, allegedly by one of his roommates, a man surnamed Teng. According to a report by www.thepaper.cn, ...

April 20, 2016, Wednesday

Small city can thrive on local resources

ON Friday and Saturday, I was invited on a tour of Dafeng District of Yancheng, in Jiangsu Province, for the launch of its month-long tourism promotion campaign. Yes, there were plenty of tulips, pear ...

April 13, 2016, Wednesday

Book shows how little we still know about machine learning

LAST month, when the self-learning algorithm AlphaGo triumphed over South Korean Go master Lee Se-Dol, it made sensational news. Some even saw the victory as a step toward humanity’s eventual enslavement ...

April 8, 2016, Friday

Banks can use technology to help fight graft

Recently I went to the bank to handle some personal business....

March 30, 2016, Wednesday

Striking work-family balance by following the P6PROP program

According to the writer Lynn Pan in her “When True Love Came to China,” the Chinese language long lacked a specific concept to describe love and affection for a spouse or sweetheart....

March 25, 2016, Friday

Cyberspace overexposure leaves troubling mark on impressionable young minds

IT was warm and dry on Saturday, with a strong hint of spring in the air. On that day, I took the 12-year-old son of some friends on a leisurely walk in the sunshine along the willowy banks of the Yangjing ...

March 2, 2016, Wednesday

Policies have to make time for families with children

ALTHOUGH my son, 13, can now go to school all by himself, I am fully sympathetic to Mr Chen Weixian’s situation. In fact, managing my son’s school schedule has never been much of a problem, because we ...

February 25, 2016, Thursday

Overseas shopping surges, but you can’t buy fulfillment in a Japanese pharmacy

The Spring Festival might have been a quiet one in Shanghai thanks to a ban on fireworks, but this didn’t stop some Chinese people from making noise overseas with their aggressive shopping habits....

February 24, 2016, Wednesday

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