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Tibetan monk eyes Buddhism’s highest degree

Ngawang Sogdoi, a 34-year-old monk in the Tibet Autonomous Region, is very anxious these days. Ngawang, along with eight other candidates, took a seven-day preliminary examination needed to earn the ...

July 22, 2017, Saturday


The weird and wonderful world of the Jeffes family

A big penguin sits in a downtown busy, urban city, silent and puzzled. It is an image Arthur Jeffes recently gave birth to in his head. Inspired by it, he acquired a big penguin head for one of his suits ...

July 22, 2017, Saturday


Marsalis’ ‘jazz of integrity’ charms Shanghai

WYNTON Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO) had Shanghai audiences on their feet at the 2017 Music in the Summer Air (MISA) in early July with his “jazz of integrity.” JLCO with 15 ...

July 15, 2017, Saturday


Elegance and beauty in imaginary landscape

SHAO Zejiong rarely travels but surprisingly he has produced a series of landscape paintings filled with mountains, waters, clouds and mists. Recently the Shanghai artist has been invited by the China ...

July 15, 2017, Saturday


Small in stature yet a giant in the community

STANDING at 1.53 meters tall and weighing just over 40 kilograms, Liu Guizhen looks like an underage girl. But “little woman” as she is, the 54-year-old has been a giant in shouldering the responsibilities ...

July 8, 2017, Saturday


Rediscovering a Shanghai legend: The untold wartime tale of an unsung hero

PEOPLE in Shanghai were a formidable force in China’s War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1931-45) and played a positive role in the world’s anti-fascist efforts. Dr Li Linsi (1896-1970), ...

July 8, 2017, Saturday


Israeli film duo heal scars of war

AS children, they may have found it difficult to understand why their family was not functioning. Twenty years later when they become parents themselves, they start to make sense of the role a male figurehead ...

July 8, 2017, Saturday


There is more to Finland than Santa Claus

JAN Wahlberg, who came to Shanghai two years ago, would have liked to spend more time amid nature but the top diplomat instead has been kept busy by the booming ties between China and Finland. The Finnish ...

July 1, 2017, Saturday


Mother’s love nurtures sick child to Harvard

ENGLISH poet George Herbert once said, “One good mother is worth a hundred schoolmasters.” In the case of Ding Zheng, who was born with cerebral palsy in central China’s Hubei Province and is studying ...

July 1, 2017, Saturday


‘Past helps us understand future’

AN age of discovery, then and now, is a time of upheaval. And upheaval makes both winners and losers. “Perhaps that’s why when Michelangelo was commissioned to carve David and Goliath during the height ...

July 1, 2017, Saturday


 

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