Ke Jiayun

Metro Reporter
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Spreading the word: A TV news anchor and his reform and opening-up

TV news anchor Zang Xi talks about his experiences growing up as Shanghai and China reaped the benefits of reform and opening-up.
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AI summit kicks off in Pudong

Pudong hosted an artificial intelligence summit on Wednesday with some 350 entrepreneurs, scholars, experts and investors on AI fields exchanging their views and experiences.
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Temporary insurance system outage

Hospitals see long queues, frustrated patients as technical glitch affects payments.
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Giant leap for planetarium's construction

Temporary braces on 2,000-ton cantilever structure were removed yesterday.
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Foreign diplomats visit Shanghai People's Congress

Consuls general and their deputies of 27 countries in Shanghai were invited to visit Shanghai People's Congress to learn about the nation's people's congress political system.
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Former chief procurator under investigation for 'serious violations'

Ye Qing, former Party secretary and chief procurator of Shanghai People's Prosecutors' Office's first branch, is now under investigation.
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Fake World Cup soccer balls intercepted

Shanghai Customs has seized more than 2,000 counterfeit soccer balls with the "RUSSIA 2018" logo.
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Science fair brings new technology closer to home

A three-day science fair was held in Xujiahui over the weekend, with nearly 20 local organizations and companies bringing residents their latest scientific products.
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Martial arts training offered to addicts

According to the Administrative Bureau of Drug Rehabilitation, Chinese martial arts can improve addicts' self control and stimulate "reward circuits" that aid in rehabilitation.
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Proposal calls for better dog management

Shanghai People's Congress is looking for new ways to regulate the city's pet pooches.
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