Upward And Forward

As China’s economic hub at the forefront of the Yangtze River Delta, Shanghai is sparing no efforts in increasing its international competitiveness in economy, sci-tech innovation and urban management.

Public toilets where you don't have to hold your nose

One sanitation worker in the city has led the way in transforming restrooms into clean, odor-free facilities that are beautiful, welcoming and a joy to use.
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Escaping online shopping gala to rural idyll

Nothing wrong with shopping. But there's a limit to what you can buy in kind. The beauty from nature has an unlimited supply of "goods" for a well-and-naturally-lived life.

Old alley neighborhood becomes the symbol of can-do spirit

Once derelict, the Siming area has been transformed into a clean, happy residential area with pride in its past and hope for its future.
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City pivotal in Yangtze River Delta development

The region is also set to play a pivotal role in propelling China's development.

Senior amenities for a 'happy, healthy and long life'

The senior day care center in Jiaxing Road subdistrict serves a model in providing daytime activities, meals and medical help for elderly without care at home.

Multinational companies to play a part in China's further opening-up

This year marks the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up, and China has taken a raft of measures and policies to open its doors wider.

Underdeveloped African nations get a go at the China market

According to China National Radio, about 30 of the 47 countries on the UN's least developed countries' list are participating in the import expo, many from Africa. 
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Shanghai takes the lead in sorting out a sustainable future

President Xi Jinping, while visiting a community center in Hongkou District, commented that waste-sorting is a "new fashion." 
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A Zed and 3Vs – Zhangjiang's tech-tomorrowland

Zhangjiang is where the utterly amazing is happening on China's tech scene.

Automakers get extra mileage from reforms

China is already the largest auto market in the world, and steps to open that market wider will reshape the industry for years to come.