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Where to go for your daily loaf

BREAD-MAKING is fun, but not always easy. It can be long and hard to get everything right. Fortunately, there are many new and old bakeries in the city, offering yummy treats requiring no long waits or ...

May 21, 2017, Sunday

When tea is a treat, not just a drink

BREWING a decent cup of tea yourself, like a pu’er or a longjing or simply grabbing a good-looking takeaway tea: If it sounds like you, then we have tested a few new tea shops, which will give your normal ...

May 14, 2017, Sunday

Last hurrah of autumn palette

AFTER a shorter-than-usual autumn, winter has officially arrived in Shanghai, according to meteorological authorities. Though you may have to bundle up, it’s not too late to get out and enjoy the last ...

December 4, 2016, Sunday

High fliers, low future prospects

BIRDWATCHING might seem an incongruous pursuit in an urban area the size of Shanghai, but pockets of wildlife reserves still provide a valuable hunting ground for twitchers. At least for now. One of them ...

October 9, 2016, Sunday

Wilderness at our doorstep

NOT that many years ago, Dalian Lake Wetland in the west of Qingpu District was nothing more than a local fishing spot. Over time, the once pristine area suffered ecological degradation from pollution, ...

September 4, 2016, Sunday

The party's over along bar strip

AFTER years of enduring the drunken noises of bars in her neighborhood, Ji Yongzhen, 58, said she was relieved to hear that the Xuhui District government will clear out all the watering-holes along Yongkang ...

August 14, 2016, Sunday

Cubes at the Shanghai Wildlife Park

THE Shanghai Wildlife Park has accumulated considerable experience the past two decades in the breeding and raising of new cubs, including those of endangered species. The park has its own incubation ...

August 7, 2016, Sunday

Shanghai’s first baby panda excites public

THE arrival of a new giant panda cub is always cause for rejoicing in China, and that was certainly the case when the Shanghai Wildlife Park welcomed the city’s first giant panda birth last month. Since ...

August 7, 2016, Sunday

Students revive campus kiosks

THE decline of traditional media is all too obvious at newsstands on every corner of Shanghai. Some news kiosks have been forced to close. Others are branching out into the sale of other merchandise, ...

May 8, 2016, Sunday

Exploring new opportunities

MANY of Shanghai’s characteristic red newsstands date back to the 1990s, a decade of booming growth for the local press industry. In 1998, local authorities also provided support for the city’s news kiosks, ...

May 8, 2016, Sunday


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