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Jinshan in push to preserve 10 ancient bridges

JINSHAN District has begun preserving 10 historic bridges in its industrial area, and dredging waterways beneath them to improve the district’s scenery. The bridges date to nearly a century ago, and ...

August 15, 2018, Wednesday

Case submitted against accused killer

PROSECUTORS have filed a case against a man who allegedly killed two boys in a knife attack in June. The No. 1 Branch of Shanghai People’s Procuratorate filed the case against Huang Yichuan with the ...

August 15, 2018, Wednesday

2 held over signboard collapse at shop

TWO people in charge of a shop on Nanjing Road E., where a signboard collapsed and killed three pedestrians on Sunday night, have been placed under “coercive measures,” Huangpu District’s information ...

August 15, 2018, Wednesday

City’s largest athletic center to open on Chongming

SHANGHAI’S largest sports training center, located on Chongming Island, is expected to be put into use by the end of the year, providing local athletes and national teams with a comprehensive training ...

August 15, 2018, Wednesday

Modern education comes to far-flung areas

EDITOR’S note: A Shanghai Daily reporter was part of a journalists’ tour to the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region to see firsthand how the devotion and experience of senior Shanghai volunteers are making ...

August 15, 2018, Wednesday

Crackdown on driving point trade

SHANGHAI police are cracking down on the illegal sale of driving points to traffic law violators, and their efforts have already nailed a few offenders. Since traffic cameras record only the license ...

August 14, 2018, Tuesday

‘Handsome’ goose headed to university

A goose named “Gu Gu” has become an online sensation after being “admitted” to Shanghai Maritime University. The story began when a young woman surnamed Wu, who goes by the name of “XifulesiFF” on Weibo, ...

August 14, 2018, Tuesday

Inspections ordered after falling sign tragedy

THE Shanghai government has ordered all official bodies to take precautions against falling objects after a collapsed signboard claimed three lives on Sunday in a popular downtown tourist area. A notice ...

August 14, 2018, Tuesday

Court experts sift fact from fiction

SHANGHAI prosecutors have recruited six psychologists to serve as human lie detectors in difficult cases. The psychologists question and observe the behavior of suspects, and their findings are given ...

August 14, 2018, Tuesday

Gripes over ride booking

MORE than 10 percent of all complaints against ride hailing and taxi services in the first half of this year were related to online bookings, said city’s traffic authority over the weekend. The authority ...

August 13, 2018, Monday


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