Opinion Columns

Woodpecker at work

Ni Tao Opinion writer of Shanghai Daily

Email: nitao@shanghaidaily.com

Creating a data-savvy culture across all sectors

FOR a long time, the dramatic growth of Chinese manufacturing industry was partly attributed to the speed and efficiency of the country’s logistics sector. But with rising labor and other costs, it is ...

November 22, 2017, Wednesday

London school keen on China experience

THE economic slowdown and media brouhaha surrounding it seem to have done little to undermine China’s appeal to Westerners as a “land of opportunity.” A particularly telling illustration is the legion ...

November 20, 2017, Monday

Memorial’s message: Youth can live up to idealism of their revolutionary forerunners

DURING a recent visit to the Site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China in Shanghai, I read an article entitled “The Bitter Sea Engulfing Chinese Youth.” The article, authored ...

November 14, 2017, Tuesday

Chinese, Latin American media poised to promote understanding as ties deepen

“A bosom friend afar brings distance near,” goes a Chinese proverb. It perfectly captures the dynamics of China’s relationship with Latin America. Although they are geographically far apart, their strategic ...

November 3, 2017, Friday

It’s no game! Shanghai pushes healthy, active life as fitness campaigns flourish

IN addressing the recent 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, President Xi Jinping mentioned the tremendous progress made in sports. “The past five years have witnessed the all-around ...

October 30, 2017, Monday

More than champagne and talk: Sister cities Shanghai, Cork forge a tight bond

EVERYTHING seems familiar. Champagnes are uncorked, hands shaken, wine glasses clinked, pleasantries exchanged. But to Patrick Ledwidge, these gestures of bonhomie are more than just a repetition of ...

October 23, 2017, Monday

Rural Chinese income on the rise, but big barriers remain in agricultural landscape

MONEY is driving people from farms and villages to cities in massive numbers in search of work. But rural Chinese who stay behind amid the country’s biggest economic migration in history aren’t necessarily ...

October 9, 2017, Monday

The amazing ‘butterfly effect’ of the world of hyperconnectivity

VIEWERS of the “Butterfly Effect” (2004) will be amazed at how small changes can result in dramatic events beyond the wildest of one’s imagination. Indeed, hyperconnectivity seems to have become a defining ...

September 29, 2017, Friday

Using performance indicators for governing

COMPANIES often use Key Performance Indicators to evaluate staff....

September 13, 2017, Wednesday

Brewer chases bigger dreams than sales growth

THE e-commerce boom in China has many ramifications....

September 4, 2017, Monday


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