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Doctors rush to help disaster victims

Seven doctors from Shanghai rushed to Yancheng City in Jiangsu Province yesterday to help victims of Thursday’s tornado and hailstorms, joining the first national medical rescue team for the battered ...

Echo Yang | June 25, 2016, Saturday


No more free rides

No more free rides

Shanghai’s senior citizens will no longer be able to take buses or the Metro for free starting from tomorrow....

June 25, 2016, Saturday


Young teacher sets high ambitions in Tibet

Young teacher sets high ambitions in Tibet

A recent graduate of East China Normal University will be the first Shanghai student to become a full-time teacher in Tibet. Zhang Min’s decision may seem surprising given that most of her fellow grads ...

Yang Meiping | June 25, 2016, Saturday


Mercury to drop

Mercury to drop

The mercury is likely to drop into the 20s over the weekend and early next week as showers, sometimes accompanied by thunder and lightning, drench the city, forecasters said....

June 25, 2016, Saturday

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Chemical firm owner jailed for making meth

Chemical firm owner jailed for making meth

A man who produced drugs and taught overseas clients the tricks of the trade was sentenced to 14 years in jail and fined 500,000 yuan (US$75,585) by the Shanghai No.1 Intermediate People’s Court. His ...

Ke Jiayun | June 25, 2016, Saturday


As pound falls, Shanghai tourists book packages to Britain

As pound falls, Shanghai tourists book packages to Britain

WITH the British pound taking a hit following the Brexit vote local travel agencies are reporting a significant rise in tourists from Shanghai buying tour packages to Britain. The Shanghai Spring Tour ...

Hu Min | June 24, 2016, Friday


Cool idea

Cool idea

People refresh themselves under a cooling water mister in the Bund area yesterday, where the temperature reached 34 degrees Celsius, the highest so far this year. The city government said yesterday that landscape lighting will be turned off to save energy when the temperature reaches 38 degrees and remains above 35 degrees in the following days. ...

June 24, 2016, Friday


Procedures tightened after airline cholera case

Procedures tightened after airline cholera case

THE authorities are tightening health inspection procedures on direct flights from India to Shanghai after a foreign passenger tested positive for cholera, the first new case in Shanghai in years, officials ...

Hu Min | June 24, 2016, Friday


‘No point in learning pinyin before school’

‘No point in learning pinyin before school’

FORCING children to learn pinyin before they enter primary school does not give them an academic advantage, according to education officials. A survey report released yesterday shows that primary students ...

Yang Meiping | June 24, 2016, Friday


Major traffic project set to begin

Major traffic project set to begin

THE city’s “medium-capacity traffic project,” a 17.5-kilometer stretch of trunk road connecting Huangpu, Jing’an, Minhang and Changning districts, will begin by the end of this month, the city’s transport ...

Zhang Ningning | June 24, 2016, Friday


 

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