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Storms add to problems at airports

Storms add to problems at airports

THUNDERSTORMS last night added to the woes of Shanghai’s two airports, already experiencing flight delays due to air traffic restrictions because of upcoming military maneuvers. The Civil Aviation Administration ...

Li Qian | July 28, 2014, Monday


US consulate halts new visa applications

US consulate halts new visa applications

THE United States consulate in Shanghai said yesterday that it will stop taking new visa applications due to technical problems with the US visa system. Unspecified IT issues with the US visa system have ...

Yang Meiping | July 28, 2014, Monday


Wet and humid end to July

Wet and humid end to July

JULY looks likely to end on a wet and humid note with rain and higher temperatures predicted for much of this week. Today and tomorrow will be overcast, with the chance of thunder showers, said the Shanghai ...

Ke Jiayun | July 28, 2014, Monday


2 murdered over theft suspicion

A MAN alleged to have beaten a neighbor and her 11-year-old daughter to death because he suspected they had stolen money from him has been detained, police said yesterday. The suspect, a 40-year-old surnamed ...

Ke Jiayun | July 28, 2014, Monday


Revellers’ drivers to be licenced

DRIVERS hired to take home Shanghai revellers in the customer’s own car must have officially approved qualifications, under new industry standards. The move has been seen as a major step in regulating ...

Li Qian | July 28, 2014, Monday


Swept up by matchmaking event

Swept up by matchmaking event

A couple on stage during a matchmaking event organized for white collar workers in the Lujiazui area to mark the forthcoming Qixi Festival, or Chinese Valentine’s Day, which is on Saturday. ...

July 28, 2014, Monday


Following a dream with cycle trip to Tibet

Following a dream with cycle trip to Tibet

CHINA State Highway 318 is the nation’s longest. Its 5,476 kilometers are a challenge for cross-country motorists, but just imagine how grueling the trip would be for a cyclist! Qin Qun, 25, is one of ...

Yang Meiping | July 28, 2014, Monday

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1.3-magnitude quake hits city this morning

A 1.3-MAGNITUDE earthquake jolted Shanghai at 7:09am today, with the epicenter located near Jiading District, according to local authorities. The epicenter, at a depth of 6 km, was measured at 31.3 degrees ...

July 28, 2014, Monday


Student games open

THE 12th National Student Sports Games open today in the city, running until Saturday. Nearly 10,000 participants from 34 delegations across the country will take part in the games. A total of 252 athletes ...

July 28, 2014, Monday


2 die as car buried in earth

TWO people were killed and one injured after a truck loaded with construction waste overturned and buried their car at around 11am yesterday in Songjiang District. The truck overturned at the intersection ...

July 28, 2014, Monday


4 hurt when thrown from van

FOUR people were taken to hospital after they were thrown from a van in a traffic accident yesterday at around 8:10am on Huaxia Elevated Road. A car collided with the van near the Chuannanfeng exit of ...

July 28, 2014, Monday


13 city tourists rescued

THIRTEEN Shanghai tourists who were trapped in Anji, in neighboring Zhejiang Province, due to mountain torrents that were triggered by rainstorms yesterday afternoon have been rescued. Groups and independent ...

July 28, 2014, Monday


Husi accused of changing production dates on food

Husi accused of changing production dates on food

SHANGHAI Husi Food Co falsified the production dates on several thousand batches of processed meat in order to extend its shelf life, the Shanghai Food and Drug Administration said yesterday. The company ...

Hu Min | July 27, 2014, Sunday


Success elusive at car plate sale

Success elusive at car plate sale

THE success rate of bidders attending yesterday’s car plate auction fell to an all-time low of 5.4 percent. The number of private buyers taking part in the sale rose 421 from last month to 136,098. They ...

Lu Nengneng | July 27, 2014, Sunday




 

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