Pride and duty: the last stand of newsstands


Pride and duty: the last stand of newsstands


Mathematician wins Fudan-Zhongzhi prize

Ingrid Daubechies, professor of mathematics at Duke University, was presented with the 3 million yuan (US$435,000) Fudan-Zhongzhi science award on Sunday.

Smog returns as temperatures drop

Sunny skies will accompany us through Tuesday, along with light to moderately polluted air. After that, the rain will return and last through the weekend.

Rogue waste disposal hit with heavy fines

An aluminum alloy door and window maker that discharged waste water containing high levels of heavy metals was ordered to pay nearly 400,000 yuan for polluting the environment.

Feeling lousy? Blame your itchy neurons

Our brains are programmed to scratch in an attempt to remove any irritant, but relief can soon turn to anguish if we scratch too much, leading to serious skin and tissue damage.

City lights up for the festive season

Shopping mall celebrates Christmas while famous singers set to welcome 2019 on a 'dream cruise liner' before an audience of thousands.

Scientists honored for educating the public

Botanist and urologist named 'outstanding people' at Shanghai awards ceremony recognising contributions to science education.

Geely wins approval on Daimler deal

Geely said it strictly followed German laws and regulations in its acquisition of a 9.7 percent stake in Daimler for US$9.2 billion and disclosed information timely and accurately.

Boeing opens first 737 finishing plant in China as competition heats up

The world's largest plane maker also delivered the first of its top-selling 737s completed at the facility in Zhoushan, about 290 kilometers southeast of Shanghai.

Vietnam and China agree to develop bonds

China and Vietnam have pledged to properly manage maritime issues to create a good atmosphere for the development of bilateral relations.

Experts reflect on 40 years of Sino-US ties

"At forty, I had no doubts."

16 injured after 5.7-magnitude earthquake hits Sichuan

16 people had been reported injured after a 5.7-magnitude earthquake jolted the county of Xingwen in Yibin City, Sichuan Province at 12:46pm Sunday.

Center opens to help with relationships

Bund setting for Interactive tasks and challenges designed to examine concerns of city residents over their relations with others.

China launches food safety campaign in rural areas

Chinese have launched a nationwide campaign to crack down on substandard and counterfeit food products in rural areas.

UN climate conference adopts rulebook for implementing Paris deal

Negotiators from nearly 200 countries on Saturday agreed on a package of the implementation guidelines, or a common rulebook of the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change.

IOC launches first Olympic online store on Alibaba's Tmall

The International Olympic Committee and Alibaba Group announced on Saturday that the first-ever Olympic official online store has been launched on Tmall.

Xi to attend conference celebrating 40th anniversary of reform, opening up

President Xi Jinping will attend a conference celebrating the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening up, scheduled for Tuesday morning in Beijing.

Technology reinvents the financial world

Industry experts at a Shanghai forum explain how artificial intelligence applications have become the center of attention.
Art & Culture

A Buddha over troubled waters

"The mountain is a Buddha, and the Buddha is a mountain."  

China's property market continues to cool

China's residential property market continued to see cooling signs in November.