Yao Minji

Chief Feature Reporter
Single women's reproductive rights remain frozen in regulations - China In Focus News
In Focus

Single women's reproductive rights remain frozen in regulations

An unmarried woman who lost a court case involving her right to freeze her eggs vows to fight on amid a nationwide debate.
Pushing the limits of musical exploration on stage - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Pushing the limits of musical exploration on stage

"Music Infinity," a cross-boundary concert series hosted by Shanghai Concert Hall, featured six concerts performed by three musical groups that quickly sold out.
Shanghai's struggling cafés turning to innovation to survive, just like it's always been - China In Focus News
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Shanghai's struggling cafés turning to innovation to survive, just like it's always been

Some operators are creating specials like "green code" coffee, others are dabbling in fashion, all harking back to the birth of our early coffee culture.
Curtain comes down on summer music festival - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Curtain comes down on summer music festival

The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra closed its summer music festival on Saturday with the world premier of "A Thousand Li of Rivers and Mountains."
Social media-savvy youths are hooked on classical music - China In Focus News
In Focus

Social media-savvy youths are hooked on classical music

The popularity of music vloggers indicates that classical music is gaining appeal among social media-savvy young people.
Pandemic-hit classical music scene plays on, audiences or not - China In Focus News
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Pandemic-hit classical music scene plays on, audiences or not

SSO deals with ongoing uncertainty as it tunes up for the grand opening performance of the 13th Music in the Summer Air festival.
Isaac Stern violin competition final moved online amid COVID restrictions - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Isaac Stern violin competition final moved online amid COVID restrictions

The six finalists will virtually perform on August 26-28. Each will take home US$20,000 to help fund their further studies and musical career.
Let the music play as Shanghai gets ready for MISA - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Let the music play as Shanghai gets ready for MISA

The 13th Music in the Summer Air (MISA) festival – themed "Beginning" – will be held in Shanghai from July 20 to 30, with 43 live and virtual concerts, including 19 live shows.
Customers furious as couriers drop door-to-door delivery - China In Focus News
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Customers furious as couriers drop door-to-door delivery

Delivery companies say packages should be delivered to your door, but advise writing "deliver to my door" after your address, due to the number of packages and a lack of couriers.
Blue vs white: The job market leaves some hot under the collar - China In Focus News
In Focus

Blue vs white: The job market leaves some hot under the collar

Vocational training has long been considered the poor cousin of academic study, but is it now opening doors to blue-ribbon jobs?
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