Andy Boreham

Columnist
The one-dog policy, and other fun facts about having pets in Shanghai - China Opinion
Opinion

The one-dog policy, and other fun facts about having pets in Shanghai

China relaxed its one-child policy in 2014, but not many people know that a similar policy still applies in Shanghai ...
Shanghai's AI campus: A place where robots roam freely - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Shanghai's AI campus: A place where robots roam freely

China is aiming to take the lead internationally when it comes to AI development and research, and Shanghai's Changyang Campus is right at the forefront.
No more headaches as starting a business becomes easier in Shanghai - China Economy News
Economy

No more headaches as starting a business becomes easier in Shanghai

Starting a business used to involve a lot of red tape, dragging applicants through a myriad of confusing and time-consuming steps across various government departments.
Shanghai's General Post Office: A battle to end all battles - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Shanghai's General Post Office: A battle to end all battles

Shanghai's General Post Office Building is one of the city's iconic buildings, but many are unaware of the fierce battle that took place there that led to Shanghai's liberation.
Are you an A-level foreigner, and does it really matter? - China Opinion
Opinion

Are you an A-level foreigner, and does it really matter?

The vast majority of expats working here have B-level – out of Shanghai's 215,000 foreign workers, only around 18,000 are A-level.
Bubu's first haircut: Taming a fluffy Pomeranian - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Bubu's first haircut: Taming a fluffy Pomeranian

With summer coming up, thousands of dogs across Shanghai are heading to the city's myriad pet stores to have their fleeces tamed. It's six-month old Bubu's first time.
Time needed for companies to get power slashed - China Economy News
Economy

Time needed for companies to get power slashed

Shanghai has undergone a series of measures to make doing business in the city easier, including slashing the time needed for new companies to get hooked up to electricity. 
First battle a turning point for Shanghai - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

First battle a turning point for Shanghai

With the 70th anniversary of the Liberation of Shanghai fast approaching, I thought it was high time to check out some of the struggles Shanghai endured not even a century ago.
Warrior Shoes treads on uncharted new ground - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Warrior Shoes treads on uncharted new ground

Huili, also named "Warrior Shoes" in English, is not only one of Shanghai's biggest shoe brands, but popular all across China and the world.
How my friend's police run-in could help you if you're ever falsely accused - China Opinion
Opinion

How my friend's police run-in could help you if you're ever falsely accused

A terrifying experience gave my friend a valuable lesson in the importance of keeping a cool and level head under moments of extreme stress. 
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