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Should I go? A new question for Chinese students heading for the US - Education in China
Education

Should I go? A new question for Chinese students heading for the US

The US has always been the top choice for Chinese students who want to study overseas, but will the trend continue?  
Still don't know how to sort your garbage? Here is what you need. - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Still don't know how to sort your garbage? Here is what you need.

An English version of the official domestic garbage-sorting and dumping guidelines for our readers.
Studying hard: A day in the life of a Shanghai student - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Studying hard: A day in the life of a Shanghai student

A recent survey of 7,653 local students found out more than half of them don't have enough time for sleep and play. 
Shanghai teenagers' changing attitudes to sex - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Shanghai teenagers' changing attitudes to sex

A survey of about 2,000 local teenagers found that more than a third of high school students had been in a relationship. 
Why Shanghai women don't want a second child? - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Why Shanghai women don't want a second child?

A recently survey found out only 6.7 percent of local mother respondents have two children and only 7.6 percent are planning to have a second child. 
Where did the Chinese travelers go in 2018? - China Nation News
Nation

Where did the Chinese travelers go in 2018?

Mobile apps and social media became important sales channels in the travel market in 2018. More women made overseas trips than men last year.
Shanghai's achievements & goals - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Shanghai's achievements & goals

Shine graphic designers tell you details about how the Shanghai government completed its job in 2018 and the tasks for this year.
City saw steady growth in 2018, but autos weigh - China Economy News
Economy

City saw steady growth in 2018, but autos weigh

Shanghai's GDP growth dropped to 6.6 percent in 2018 from 6.9 percent in 2017, still well within analysts' forecasts as the country's economy slows.
How much trash do Shanghai residents produce everyday? - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

How much trash do Shanghai residents produce everyday?

With 24 million people, the city needs to treat 22,000 tons of household waste everyday. Booming package and food delivery business only increases the burden.
Fast statistics: expats in Shanghai - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Fast statistics: expats in Shanghai

Since Shanghai adopted the policy of reform and opening-up 40 years ago, it has continued to be one of the most attractive cities for foreigners in China. Statistics tell us why.
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