Typhoons purify the summer sky


Typhoons purify the summer sky


Big fines for mixing sorted garbage

Companies in Shanghai will face a fine of up to 100,000 yuan (US$14,550) if they are found mixing already sorted garbage during the collection and transportation process.

People's Square, where you'll never again get lost in music

The area around People's Square has China's highest density of theaters, including some of great historical interest.

Our valley of beauty is all the talk

The city's first international cosmetics conference will help transform Shanghai into a world industrial center for beauty and health products.

Woman apologizes for train incident

Passenger who refused to move seats poured water over passengers trying to film her 

Multilateralism is under fire when world needs it most: UN chief

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on Tuesday that multilateralism is under fire at a time when the world needs it most.

FAST home county celebrates 2nd birthday with tourist riches

The tourist surge has also stoked concerns that it might affect the telescope whose probe results can be compromised by radio signals from electronic devices carried by tourists.

Weather set to turn chilly

Autumn is coming and temperatures are falling.

Yakking about helping poorer districts

The shop, at 695 Qixin Road, part of the nationwide poverty alleviation program, aims to help Minhang's sister districts in the remote regions of Xinjiang and Yunnan. 

Chinese see positive impact from digital tech

As high as 73 percent of Chinese believe digital technology is positive and its ability to create jobs and address societal challenges, a study says.

'Going back to TV' for young users

They are returning due to "intelligent functions, high quality content and various services" offered by Internet Protocol TV, an industry report says.

Top-notch telecom services on offer at CIIE

The upgraded network will provide Internet access for 300,000 smartphones simultaneously, 4G plus speed up to 170 Mbps, multi-language hotline services and free Wi-Fi.

Labor market under strain from rising skills mismatch

To develop skills required to fill today's roles, education and on-the-job training need to be prioritized, Hays says.

New housing market rebounds

Shanghai's new housing market rebounded moderately last week despite an overall sluggish sentiment, latest market data showed.

Comedy spy film adds weight at cinemas across China

Bao Bei'er directs and stars in movie about a pair of fat buddies who get involved in a drug trafficking case. 

No emergency as children sing

A charity flash mob at a city hospital entertains staff and patients in a unique festival celebration.

Temple celebrates festival in the traditional way

Local artists, scholars and musicians performed at the city's Jade Buddha Temple with the aim of reviving ways of celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival lost over time

Young people on the revolutionary road

New 'red tourism' route gets youngsters involved in city's past with interactive activities

Balancing act costs performer 50 yuan

Dangerous stunts on a moving car lands pair in trouble with the police

Chinese, Iranian FMs meet on nuclear issue

China supports Iran to defend its own legitimate rights, opposes unilateralism and hegemonic moves, and calls for upholding the comprehensive deal on Iran's nuke issue.