Locals hit 100-year mark in record


Locals hit 100-year mark in record


Self-service check-in sees smooth take-off from Hongqiao airport

The Terminal 1 building at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport reopened on Monday morning after three years of renovation.

Survey reveals what young workers think

MORE than 80 percent of young employees in companies with foreign investment in Shanghai are confident about the future development of the city.

All new Changjiang Theater opens after renovation

The theater, located on 35 Huanghe Road, is now positioned as an avant-garde, experimental and innovative theater. 

Suspects nailed in 17 billion yuan VAT fraud case

It's estimated that the gang caused tax income loss worth billions of yuan to the government.

FTZ court cases climb as innovation grows

Cases being heard regarding the city's free trade zone have grown 30.5 times in number over the past five years, Shanghai's Higher People's Court said on Monday.

Chinese envoy dismisses US charges as groundless

Chinese ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai has voiced China's position on issues of mutual concern with the US, dismissing accusations against China as "groundless."

Xi urges deeper military-civilian consolidation

Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday called for a stronger sense of mission for deeper military-civilian integration.

New home sales double after holiday sentiment fades

New home sales more than doubled in Shanghai last week as holiday sentiment faded away, the latest industry data showed.

Former board chairman of China Huarong Asset Management expelled from CPC, office

Lai Xiaomin, former board chairman of China Huarong Asset Management Co Ltd, has been expelled from the CPC and dismissed from public office for multiple violations.

Harvard on trial over alleged discrimination against Asians

Harvard University went on trial Monday over an opaque admissions selection process that critics say discriminates against Asian students.

Microsoft co-founder, investor, philanthropist Allen dead at 65

Paul Allen, who founded Microsoft with Bill Gates in the 1970s and later went on to become an investor, philanthropist and sports owner, died Monday at 65.

China becomes largest recipient of FDI in H1

China becomes the largest recipient of foreign direct investment in the first half of 2018, attracting an estimated US$70 billion in inflows.

Struggling Sears finally files for bankruptcy

Sears Holdings Corp filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday with a plan to close 142 more stores, throwing into doubt the future of the century-old retailer.

Central state firms report strong profit growth for first 3 quarters

Aggregate revenues of nearly 100 centrally-administered SOEs increased 11 percent year on year to 21.1 trillion yuan (US$3.05 trillion) in the January-September period.

Chinese markets continue sliding

After a bad week last week, Chinese bourses continued to tumble Monday.

Wealthy families see bright future ahead

China's well-off families have strong confidence in the direction of the economy, according to a report by the Bank of Communications.

Roads closed for Elite 10K race

This year's Shanghai International Elite 10K Race will be held on Sunday in Putuo District.

Turkish authorities enter Saudi consulate

A team of investigators entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Monday to search the premises where Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared nearly two weeks ago.

Potato professor cooks up treats

Traditional foods such as steamed buns, noodles, fried dough stick, bread, cookies, mooncakes and even beverages, are being made with potatoes.