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Environmentally friendly mushroom farm in Jinshan shows future of city agriculture

Workers stood on a specially designed lift, picking white button mushrooms in a place you might not expect them to grow — on indoor platforms that resemble five-deck bunk beds....

March 2, 2015, Monday

Public clamors for more open government information

The Chinese authorities may think they did a sufficient job in last year’s move to make government information more transparent, but they have yet to convince the public....

February 18, 2015, Wednesday

Consul general in Shanghai enthusiastic about new link between Turkey and China

Mr Ozcan Sahin was appointed Turkish consul general to Shanghai last September....

February 17, 2015, Tuesday

Subjected to low pay and high stress, Metro security inspectors deserve support

“PLEASE cooperate with the security check,” Gong Qin says as she extends her right arm, trying in vain to stop the hordes of commuters scurrying toward the Metro turnstiles for access....

February 16, 2015, Monday

Holiday crowds, if kept in order, move along reasonably

It’s that time of year again, when hundreds of millions of Chinese hit the road for family unions during the Spring Festival, which falls next week this year....

February 12, 2015, Thursday

China poised to plunge more seriously into researching, producing GMO crops

Research and commercialization of genetically modified organisms (GMO) are expected to gain momentum in China after years of GM crop decline amid public safety concerns....

February 9, 2015, Monday

Death penalty reforms show human rights progress

Recently, China announced two big reforms related to the death penalty....

February 5, 2015, Thursday

Rural life produces hardier stock, not so in need of help from condescending urbanites

A recent report commended initiatives helping rural people gain access to knowledge of hygiene and medical care (“Health or death for rural mountain children,” January 29, Shanghai Daily)....

February 4, 2015, Wednesday

Graffiti’s demise mirrors demolition of old houses

Some graffiti creations on the broken walls of a stone gate neighborhood being torn down in central Shanghai were erased overnight 11 days ago, but the emotions they had stirred in my mind cannot be e...

February 3, 2015, Tuesday

China must break intergenerational cycle of poverty

Though something of a cliche, it is nonetheless widely said: “Children are our future....

February 2, 2015, Monday


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