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Wan Lixin Opinion deputy editor of Shanghai Daily

Email: wanlixin@shanghaidaily.com

China’s urban consumers lose appetite for simple tastes and basic food knowledge

I have the greatest respect for those who are skilled at cooking, like my father-in-law, who has demonstrated considerable resourcefulness and originality in preparing good food. We Chinese believe that ...

September 14, 2016, Wednesday


With Belt and Road initiative, China lays new path forward for global development

LEADING experts aired their views on the manifold political and economic implications of China’s “One Belt One Road” initiative, as well as the cultural and financial challenges expected in its implementation, ...

September 13, 2016, Tuesday


By connecting ‘mindfully,’ we can rid ourselves of digital distractions

WHEN computers first appeared, they were hailed as great emancipators that promised to liberate human workers from the monotony of daily drudgery, enabling them to engage in endeavors more conducive to ...

September 2, 2016, Friday


Hard work takes on new meaning in villages bled by urban prosperity

FOR years, water has been seeping in from walls under the windows in many homes in my neighborhood on rainy days. After long delay, haggling over costs, and false starts, renovation formally started ...

August 31, 2016, Wednesday


Getting off hook just part of getting ahead

According to a report last week on www.thepaper.cn, a nine-year-old girl was killed while playing near her home in Lu’an, Anhui Province, by hunters who allegedly mistook her for a hare....

August 24, 2016, Wednesday


For traveling youngsters, grandeur of nature and culture can’t compete with online media

I have just returned from a trip to China’s northwest provinces of Gansu and Qinghai, which include some of China’s best-known tourist destinations. Among these are the Mogao Grottoes and the Singing ...

August 17, 2016, Wednesday


As heat wave grips Shanghai, some pay more than others for urban conveniences

Shanghai was in the grip of an unprecedented heat wave until last week, with daily temperatures hovering above 35 degrees Celsius for 11 days in a row by July 30....

August 4, 2016, Thursday


Law enforcement efforts, stranger-danger warnings overlook roots of fraud activity

WE just purchased a phone for my son, as a security measure. Over the years we had been told again and again how he could use a phone in an emergency when he is home alone, or how we could use it to ...

July 27, 2016, Wednesday


Green practices don’t absolve our responsibility for sustainable future

In a society nurtured on market-based doctrines, it is imperative to justify new concepts in terms of economics....

July 22, 2016, Friday


Old habits masked by banner of awareness can’t address root causes of climate change

CLIMATE changes affects us all. As a matter of fact, we are daily confronted with myriad signs of environmental degradation. But so far we urbanites have been insulated from the worst of these manifestations. Yes, ...

July 20, 2016, Wednesday


 

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