Lu Feiran

Feature Reporter
'Tis the season to venture out and relish 'the year's last, loveliest smile' - Travel in China
Travel

'Tis the season to venture out and relish 'the year's last, loveliest smile'

After a sweltering Shanghai summer, autumn comes as such a welcome relief, its brisk breezes and colorful foliage providing a glorious season just before winter sets in.
Holiday bummers: the overrated and the underwhelming - Travel in China
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Holiday bummers: the overrated and the underwhelming

Some travel destinations end up being rather tatty, impossibly crowded, overly commercialized or disappointingly expensive in spite of the fawning guidebook recommendations.
As watertowns go, a genuine gem sits in 'backyard of Shanghai' - Travel in China
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As watertowns go, a genuine gem sits in 'backyard of Shanghai'

Shaxi Ancient Town was praised as the "No. 1 town" in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River in its heyday. Now the 1,300-year-old town maintains its original look and tranquility.
Strolling along latest downtown attraction, finding nice surprises - Travel in China
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Strolling along latest downtown attraction, finding nice surprises

Nanjing Road is now a walker's delight and ideal daytime excursion close to home, full of memories and brimming with new things to see.
Surgeon sets his sights on keeping body 'lamps' lit - Wellness in China
Wellness

Surgeon sets his sights on keeping body 'lamps' lit

The Bible says: "The eye is the lamp of the body." Ophthalmologist Li Wensheng's job is to keep the lamp lit for people who are at risk of losing their sight.
One man's meat: rechanneling motorbikes we no longer ride - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

One man's meat: rechanneling motorbikes we no longer ride

Some people use motorbikes to ride to work. Some use them to deliver meals. Some use them to take long-distance road trips. Wu Yangde uses motorbikes to create unusual works.
In garden of an ancient romance, lovers didn't live happily ever after - Travel in China
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In garden of an ancient romance, lovers didn't live happily ever after

Rugao, a small city administered by Nantong in the neighboring province of Jiangsu, witnessed one of the best-known tragic love stories in China.
'Mother River' beckons you to her shores - Travel in China
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'Mother River' beckons you to her shores

What better place to start than at the city's star attraction – the Huangpu River, called the "Mother River of Shanghai."
Zzzz … the hidden perils of sleep disorders - Wellness in China
Wellness

Zzzz … the hidden perils of sleep disorders

About 40 percent of people in China struggle to get a good night's sleep. Some suffer apnea, others may have nightmares. Professor Yu Huan deals with such patients every day.
Nose prints offer the purr-fect way to ID your pets - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Nose prints offer the purr-fect way to ID your pets

Nose prints of dogs and cats are required if owners want to buy pet insurance. The canine and feline nose prints resemble human fingerprints. Each is unique.
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