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Shanghai Romance across cultures

COUPLES from all cultural backgrounds live, work and fall in love in Shanghai. Sharing a life with someone from a different culture can be both amazing and challenging. Shanghai Daily photographers Wang ...

February 12, 2015, Thursday

Foreign students get into community work

A Tongji University student from Poland (right) gets a thumbs-up from his “teacher” (center) for his calligraphy work yesterday. International students in Tongji University are encouraged to visit community centers during the winter vacation to help them understand China. ...

February 12, 2015, Thursday

Historic WWII Jewish cafe to be rebuilt

HONGKOU District government will rebuild a cafe and renovate several historic buildings that served as iconic spots for Jewish refugees during World War II even as the city plans to have it inscribed ...

February 4, 2015, Wednesday

Metro tribute to Mexican poet

Mexican photographer Regelio Cuellar holds a handle featuring a picture of Mexican poet and Nobel Literature Prize winner Octavio Paz on a Metro Line 10 train yesterday. The train was decorated with Paz’s pictures and poems to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the poet. Cuellar was once commissioned to photograph Paz. ...

January 16, 2015, Friday

City donor helps British boy

Jiang Yongfeng, 35, from Shanghai, talks to the media after donating 219 milliliters of stem cell in Beijing yesterday in a bid to save the life of a 7-year-old British boy with acute leukemia. The stem cell donation was handed to representatives of the British hospital where the boy of Asian origin is being treated, and flown to Britain last night. This is the 11th donation from a Shanghai donor to help an overseas patient. ...

January 15, 2015, Thursday

Naughty daddy fined

A LOCAL man has been fined for asking his daughter to deface his passport so that local customs officials would not find out he had overstayed his visa in the United States....

January 14, 2015, Wednesday

Foreigners play role in community relations

RICARDO Blazquez, chief trade representative in China for Valencia, Spain’s third-largest city, also has advocacy duties closer to home in Shanghai. He now serves as one of the community representatives ...

January 14, 2015, Wednesday

Japan visa ban over fake voucher

THE Japanese consulate in the city has suspended visa applications from a local travel agency after one of its customers tried to use a fake voucher in Japan. Online travel agent ctrip.com said yesterday ...

January 9, 2015, Friday

Nobel Prize winner donates medal to city’s new library

SHANGHAI residents can now see a Nobel Prize medal up close after city-born scientist Tsung-Dao Lee, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1957, donated his medal and diploma to a library named after ...

December 29, 2014, Monday

Ireland’s president puts stress on quality of life

IRELAND’S President Michael D Higgins, speaking in Shanghai yesterday, stressed how development must go hand in hand with quality of life. Higgins, who is on a state visit to China, said at a briefing ...

December 15, 2014, Monday


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