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Child-molestation blamed on poor sex education

A series of child-molestation cases in China have exposed a dearth in sex education for the world’s most populous country and fueled an outcry for better protection of the underage population....

September 30, 2014, Tuesday

Despite failure of austerity measures, Europe continues down that path and suffers

“If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the theory,” goes the adage. But too often it is easier to keep the theory and change the facts.Austerity has failed....

Joseph E. Stiglitz | September 30, 2014, Tuesday

Comparing convicted separatist to Mandela reveals Western double standard in terror fight

The far-fetched analogy between a newly convicted Uygur teacher and Nelson Mandela displays not only a dangerous ignorance of history, but also a challenge to China’...

September 29, 2014, Monday

With Vietnam’s upward mobility comes a new tension of the mind

At an ultra-chic bar in downtown Ho Chi Minh City, a well-dressed woman in her mid-20s named Tram tells me that she’s si-tret....

Andrew Lam | September 29, 2014, Monday

Renewal of Confucian instrument qin offers hope for better Chinese values

In 1919, when many Chinese intellectuals abandoned Confucian values to embrace modern Western thoughts for a “better life,” about 30 aficionados of the seven-...

Wang Yong | September 26, 2014, Friday

Stop arbitrary increases of scenic area prices

Recently, a great number of famous scenic spots have announced their decisions to raise ticket prices. The ticket price for Yulong Mountain in Yunnan Province has risen from 105 RMB (US$17)...

Wu Dandan | September 25, 2014, Thursday

Historian sheds new light on foreigners who fought in first Sino-Japanese war

THE tale of the eight foreigners who took part in the great naval battle during the first Sino-Japanese war (1894-1895) has fascinated Ma Jun for 20 years.Since 1995, the Shanghai-...

Ni Tao | September 25, 2014, Thursday

Targeting societal violence in international aid

WHAT is the biggest source of violence in our world? With the brutal conflicts in Syria, Ukraine, and elsewhere constantly in the news, many people would probably say war. But that turns out to be spectacularly ...

Bjorn Lomborg | September 24, 2014, Wednesday

GM debate needs grounding in science

EDITOR’S note: Prof Xu Zhihong is a plant biologist and former president of Peking University. He is also a former vice-president and member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Shanghai Daily reporter ...

Li Xinran | September 23, 2014, Tuesday

‘Going small’ can tower over skyscrapers

FOR Shanghai’s urban planners, one of the hardest parts of their work is to be constantly responsive to new realities. Elements that were in vogue just years ago, such as car-first thinking,...

Ni Tao | September 22, 2014, Monday


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