Magnolia Award

Shanghai has become one of the world’s most international metropolises, where a great number of foreigners live, work and study. They have injected a strong vitality to the city and facilitated its economic and social development, as well as international cooperation and exchanges. To recognize their contribution to Shanghai, the city government set up the Magnolia Award, named after the city flower, to be presented annually.

Michelin's emphasis on mobility experience

Bruno de Feraudy, president of Michelin (China) Investment Co Ltd said the company has witnessed rapid development in China and also in Shanghai, the city where he lives.

Sanofi chief poised to face up to health care industry challenges

Jean-Christophe Pointeau, country chair of Sanofi China, is poised for challenges and breakthroughs in the health care industry.

Hometown return achieves new business records

Zhu Ji, Cabot Corp's senior vice president, has been honored for his achievements in business and social influence.

CEO's focus is on health, technology and future

Philips China boss says leadership is setting an example – "People don't follow what you say, they follow what you do."

Making the city a better place to live in

Magnolia award winner Paul Lindblad, president of Wacker Chemicals China, shares his experience and expectations with Shanghai Daily.

Award winner bridges the cultural divide

The Indian-born journalist Bivash Mukherjee initially arrived here to assist the launch of Shanghai Daily. In ensuing years, he became a bridge between Chinese and Indian cultures.

Shanghai honors contribution of devoted expats

Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong presented medals and certificates to this year's winners of the Shanghai Honorary Citizenship and Magnolia Gold Award.

50 foreigners given Magnolia Silver Award

Fifty people from 19 countries were given the Magnolia Silver Award on Wednesday in recognition of their contributions to Shanghai's development.

A leader in the city's high-technology industry

Sing-Long Lee, a graduate of the University of Missouri in the United States, chose Shanghai to further his career for the vibrancy of the city and its people.

MD's important contribution to local business

Driving local innovation is an important part of Steve Vermant's role as managing director of Merck Life Science China