Draft law opens up Shanghai to world exhibition organizers

Metro

Draft law opens up Shanghai to world exhibition organizers

A busy expo for Wu Chuhan - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

A busy expo for Wu Chuhan

One of more than 100 foreign affairs contact officials serving the China International Import Expo, Wu worked tirelessly to ensure the Shanghai event's success.
Cold weather blowing in from Siberia - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Cold weather blowing in from Siberia

Forecasters say a strong cold front is expected to arrive in the city at noon on Wednesday along with growing winds and falling temperatures.
Toll gate removal underway - Shanghai Metro News
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Toll gate removal underway

Devices fitted to cars will allow automatic collection of toll fees at Shanghai's borders with Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces by the end of the year.
Pork wholesale price falls 1.9%: MOC - China Economy News
Economy

Pork wholesale price falls 1.9%: MOC

Pork wholesale price dropped 1.9 percent last week ending Nov. 10 from the previous week to 51.31 yuan (US$7.33) per kilogram, according to the Ministry of Commerce Tuesday.
Flight to Hongqiao diverted after malfunction - Shanghai Metro News
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Flight to Hongqiao diverted after malfunction

Captain of an China Eastern Airlines flight from Shenzhen to Shanghai decides to land at the nearest airport after indications of a mechanical problem on the Airbus 330-300.
China catching up in AI education - China Tech News
Tech

China catching up in AI education

Conference was told huge investment, talent and market potential are fueling the development of the nation's artificial intelligence education firms. 
Pneumonic plague cases reported - China Nation News
Nation

Pneumonic plague cases reported

Two patients from north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region have been diagnosed with pneumonic plague in Beijing, local health authorities confirmed yesterday.

54 injured after lye attack in kindergarten - China Nation News
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54 injured after lye attack in kindergarten

Fifty-one children and three teachers were injured after a man sprayed a corrosive chemical in a kindergarten in southwest China's Yunnan Province, local authorities said.

Violence spreads to campuses as unrest continues - China Nation News
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Violence spreads to campuses as unrest continues

Hong Kong protesters clashed with riot police in the city's business district and on university campuses yesterday, extending one of the most violent stretches of unrest.
FT gets its first female editor after 131 years - World News
World

FT gets its first female editor after 131 years

Roula Khalaf will become the first woman to edit the Financial Times in its 131-year history after Lionel Barber said he would step down.
New York in top place of innovative global cities - World News
World

New York in top place of innovative global cities

New York took first place in a list of the world's most innovative cities on Tuesday, with the United States performing strongly for its embrace of smart technology and startups.
Fertile ground for Indian doctors - China Nation News
Nation

Fertile ground for Indian doctors

Over 500 Indian students are now studying in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, most of them majoring in medicine.
CFA denies plans for 50 naturalized players - Sport News
Sport

CFA denies plans for 50 naturalized players

The Chinese Football Association on Tuesday denied rumors that it plans to introduce 50 naturalized players, saying that "the number of naturalized players will be very limited".
China allocates 830 million yuan for drought relief - China Nation News
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China allocates 830 million yuan for drought relief

China has earmarked 830 million yuan (US$118.6 million) to alleviate drought and ensure agricultural production, according to the Ministry of Finance Tuesday.
Hong Kong people condemn atrocity of rioters, urge for efforts to stop violence - China Nation News
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Hong Kong people condemn atrocity of rioters, urge for efforts to stop violence

Various sectors of Hong Kong on Tuesday condemned the atrocity of rioters and voiced firm support for the HKSAR government and police in stopping violence and restoring peace.
Schools closed in eastern Australia amid 'catastrophic' bushfire warnings - World News
World

Schools closed in eastern Australia amid 'catastrophic' bushfire warnings

Bushfire danger across the Australian State of New South Wales remained at an all time high on Tuesday morning, with authorities closing hundreds of schools at risk.
3 panda cubs named in China - China Nation News
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3 panda cubs named in China

Three giant panda cubs, born in July and August this year, were given names Monday, according to a giant panda breeding research base in northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
Former municipal political advisor sentenced to 10 years in prison for bribery - China Nation News
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Former municipal political advisor sentenced to 10 years in prison for bribery

Li Shixiang, former vice chairman of Beijing Municipal Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for taking bribes.
China to strengthen punishments for food safety violators: official - China Nation News
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China to strengthen punishments for food safety violators: official

China will toughen its punishment for food safety violators, as its revised regulation on the implementation of the Food Safety Law.
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