Ke Jiayun

Metro Reporter
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Expat caught up in the spirit of Spring Festival

A Swiss volunteer kept on the rounds this night, the Chinese New Year Eve, to ensure her neighborhood in Shanghai remains free of fireworks.  
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Boy, 2, receives donated hematopoietic stem cells

A 2-year-old boy suffering from leukemia received hematopoietic stem cells from a 34-year-old donor – the 400th in Shanghai – at Huashan Hospital.
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Student volunteer program raises health concerns

Students volunteering at a district hospital, which raised questions over the risk to their health, were taking part in a program designed to foster a sense of public service. 
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AI contest for young kids a glimpse at the future

The first International Youth AI Olympiad contest was held in Shanghai at the weekend, encouraging children to create scientific and innovative things with the latest technologies.
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Temporary shelters at Hongqiao hub for stranded passengers

Shanghai Hongqiao transportation hub has set up six temporary shelters for passengers stranded due to bad weather during the Spring Festival travel rush.
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Chinese New Year cultural carnival hits Jing'an

A Chinese New Year themed cultural carnival is ongoing at the Shanghai Cultural and Art Hall where traditional New Year paintings and scrolls are being displayed.
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Former head and Party chief charged with corruption

A former head and Party chief of the Shanghai Administration of Work Safety has been charged with taking bribes and secretly distributing state-owned assets.
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Set of books simplifies TCM with artworks

A three-volume bilingual set of books details the history and age-old practice of traditional Chinese medicine and its relevance in the modern age.
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Dog-themed exhibition opens in Shanghai

The Year of the Dog is celebrated with an exhibition in the city that displays dogs' history,  skills and habits through pictures, videos and high-tech communication. 
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Bilingual books to make TCM easy for followers

Three bilingual books are expected to popularize traditional Chinese medicine to its enthusiasts all over the world. 
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