Ethiopian runner creates new women's record for Shanghai marathon


Ethiopian runner creates new women's record for Shanghai marathon


African swine fever discovered in suburban Shanghai

African swine fever was found in Shanghai's suburban Jinshan District, infecting 50 pigs and causing the death of 11 of them.

Zhang Yimou's film 'Shadow' shines at Golden Horse film awards

"I've made movies for 40 years and this is my first Golden Horse (best) director nomination ..."

Chinese, US militaries end disaster management exchange in Nanjing

It aims to share the experience of international humanitarian aid and disaster relief, and cultivate the willingness and capabilities of the two militaries in joint actions.

Air China to expand global network from Shanghai

Air China will make Shanghai its key international port while expanding its global routes, the nation's flagship carrier announced over the weekend.

Shanghai invests 1.3 billion yuan for medical development

Shanghai kicked off a medical program this year and plans to invest 1.3 billion yuan (US$187 million) in the next three years on clinical health research and innovation.
Art & Culture

Designer homes for our feathered friends

Yan Hujin, 82, has been making birdcages for more than 40 years. The legendary  and philanthropic man revived the iced-plum-roof birdcage, a technique lost for around 200 years.

China urges US to stop wagging finger at others

A spokesperson statement quoted Pence as saying that China's aid to Pacific Island countries saddled them with loans they could not afford.

2 injured in helicopter crash in Sichuan

The helicopter was a two-seat R22 single-engine light utility helicopter manufactured by US Robinson Helicopter Company.

China publishes cases of violating child-rights

Such cases are supposed to act as guides for procuratorial organs to better handle similar cases.

Many join the 'toilet revolution' at dunny expo

The China Toilet Revolution Innovation Expo and Summit Forum opened in Xuhui District on Sunday to mark World Toilet Day on Monday.

Death toll from Northern California wildfire climbs to 76

In addition, a total of 1,276 people were listed as unaccounted for, a rise from Friday's 1011 people.

African heritage and fashion shown at Bund building

A fashion show featuring African cultural heritage was held at a building on the Bund over the weekend that has been converted into an upscale bespoke service center.

Dongfeng Honda recalls vehicles in China over faulty sunroofs

The recall involves 2018 JADE models manufactured between May 5, 2017 and June 21, 2017, the State Administration of Market Regulation said in a statement.

'We are in the same boat' toward brighter future – Xi's speech inspires APEC business leaders

"Which direction should we choose? Cooperation or confrontation? Openness or closing one's door? Win-win progress or a zero-sum game?"

System maintenance brings ultra-low airfares

Discounted flight tickets with ultra-low prices were offered through the ticket platforms of China Eastern Airlines due to a "system maintenance" early Saturday morning.

Shanghai-produced heart stent implanted in 97-year-old patient

A Shanghai-produced heart stent has been implanted in a 97-year-old patient in east China, setting a domestic record on the age of patient receiving such surgery.

Premature babies discharged on World Prematurity Day

The younger brother of a pair of premature twins was discharged from Xinhua Hospital Saturday after being sent to Shanghai by air in August. His sister was discharged on Thursday.

Foreigners to enjoy 144-hour visa-free transit in more Chinese cities

From January 1, people of 53 nationalities will be able to enjoy a 144-hour visa-free period when transiting through Xiamen and a number of other Chinese cities.

China remains largest foreign buyer of US Treasury bonds

China's holdings of US Treasury bonds in September hit their lowest in a year, but the country remained the largest foreign buyer of US government debt.