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Chaotic urban expansion overstretches services, leads to crowds or ghost cities

Waking up on Monday morning, I decided to go to work by taking the Metro. I used to take bus line No. 49 because it stops near my home and my office,...

October 23, 2014, Thursday

Rule of law seen as key to China’s modernization

When elite members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) gather this week for a key annual policy-setting meeting, their presence alone will be enough to make history....

October 22, 2014, Wednesday

Dangerously sick seniors often rejected as inpatients

Along a corridor in a local hospital in Shanghai were placed an array of ambulance beds. Each bed was separated by two curtains on either side, leaving room in between as a temporary ward....

October 20, 2014, Monday

Russian cultural official: Moscow can take a page from Shanghai’s urban practices

Q: Have you been to Shanghai before? What do you think about the city?A: This is my first time to be here in Shanghai. I’ve been to Beijing, Hong Kong and Harbin and heard of Shanghai many times....

October 14, 2014, Tuesday

Party’s mass line focusing on people

When the Communist Party of China’s (CPC) leadership launched the “mass-line” campaign last year, some people predicted that it would pass quickly like a gust of wind....

October 10, 2014, Friday

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

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

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)...

September 25, 2014, Thursday

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 ...

September 23, 2014, Tuesday

City missing boat by failing to warn of traffic tie-ups

By invitation of a Swiss business school, I attended a seminar last Saturday at the piano bar of a luxury hotel in Pudong’s Lujiazui financial zone. Well-...

September 17, 2014, Wednesday


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