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Sturgeon center to break ground in May

Reserve staff release Chinese sturgeon and other fish back into the Yangtze yesterday. — Xu Xiaolin

Advanced products at fair put in use to improve people’s daily life

A visitor (left) takes a stomach check by using the capsule robot technology at the 2nd China (Shanghai) International Technology Fair, which opened at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center yesterday.

Lawmaker: SK ferry carrying far too much cargo

A woman lights a candle at a vigil in South Korea’s Ansan yesterday for the victims of capsized passenger ferry Sewol and to wish for the safe return of missing passengers. More than 300 people, most of them students and teachers from the city’s Danwon High School, are dead or missing presumed dead after the April 16 disaster.

China’s Embrace of Foreign Cars


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Art and Culture

Demolished synagogue reflects strong ties to Jewish community

Demolished synagogue reflects strong ties to Jewish community

Prelude Enchanted by Helen Foster Snow’s vivid memories of the Bund, I am launching...


Sturgeon center to break ground in May


CONSTRUCTION of a conservation and research center for Chinese sturgeon in Chongming...

News Feature

Patients venting ire on doctors — violently

News Feature

DOCTORS and nurses — “the angels in white” — may need more than their thin,...

1,000 more palliative care beds to be made available before year-end 1,000 more palliative care beds to be made available before year-end
Gold thief given prison sentence, fine

A MAN who stole a 20,000 yuan (US$3,200) gold bracelet from a city center department store on Christmas Eve was

Tencent promises to improve service quality at 51Buy

INTERNET giant Tencent has agreed to improve the service offered by its online shopping arm, 51Buy.com, following

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Hangzhou is now searching for Chinese and English slogans in an effort to promote the city

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A service based around a mobile phone application, known in English as “Everyone’s Express,”

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US$28.5m ends dispute dating back to 1936

A Shanghai court yesterday released a Japanese ship after its owner paid 2.9 billion yen (US$28.5 million) owed

Sina to lose its license over porn content

CHINA’S Internet giant Sina.com is to lose its online publication license — a penalty that might partially ban

Tough line on attacks in hospitals

Eating rare animals will result in jail sentence

Grain unit staff held over tax probe

Law changes give backing to Beijing’s ‘war on pollution’

Tap water back on in Wuhan

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