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Not the weigh to do it

A toddler complains about having his weight taken on a huge set of scales yesterday at the Longhua Temple fair. The annual event, which this year runs for seven days, is a celebration of all manner of traditional arts and crafts. — Wang Rongjiang...

April 25, 2015, Saturday


More helicopter flights set for takeoff next week

AN aviation company will next week become the second in the city to offer sightseeing flights by helicopter. The new service will be operated from the Zhengyang Helipad in the Pudong New Area, with the ...

April 25, 2015, Saturday


Academic innovation

CHINESE universities record between 6,000 and 8,000 scientific innovations and achievements every year, though fewer than 10 percent actually make it to market, experts told the National Summit of University ...

April 25, 2015, Saturday


Restored classics for film fest

THE 18th Shanghai International Film Festival will screen newly restored movies from June 13 to June 21. The movies include Italian epic crime film “Once upon a time in America,” Hong Kong martial arts ...

April 21, 2015, Tuesday


Queues snake around natural history museum on opening day

SHANGHAI Natural History Museum had to twice halt ticket sales on its opening day yesterday as it was swamped with visitors. Officials said 10,400 people visited the new museum in Jing’an Sculpture Park ...

April 20, 2015, Monday


A big star’s big appeal

Former NBA star Yao Ming (right) shakes hands with a guest speaker at the opening ceremony for Shanghai Natural Museum yesterday. The event also marked the start of 2015 Shanghai International Nature Conservation Week. The basketball star and Kenneth Behring (second left), chairman of Global Health and Education Foundation, were among several guests to make speeches at the special event, each of them appealing for better environmental protection. — Wang Rongjiang...

April 19, 2015, Sunday


It’s a beast of an attraction

A family enjoys a sneak preview of the new Shanghai Natural History Museum yesterday during a trial operation. The museum, within the grounds of Jing’an Sculpture Park, makes its official opening tomorrow. Normally scheduled to open only Tuesday through Sunday — 9am to 5:15pm — the venue will also open on Monday next week to meet the expected high demand. — Wang Rongjiang...

April 18, 2015, Saturday


US$16m for new library

FUDAN University yesterday received a donation of 100 million yuan (US$16.1 million) from Powerlong Group Group Development Co and Shanghai Haosheng Investment Group Co to fund the development of a medical ...

April 17, 2015, Friday


Disney ticket price coming soon

SHANGHAI Disney Resort will offer discounted tickets to different groups of visitors, the city’s top tourism official said yesterday. Prices will be based on international conventions and local market ...

April 16, 2015, Thursday


107-year-old bridge to be renovated

WORK will start next weekend to dismantle Zhejiang Road Bridge at Suzhou Creek for major renovations lasting a year, an official said. Because there are other bridges across the creek, traffic shouldn’t ...

April 13, 2015, Monday


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