Wang Haoling

Senior Digital Media Editor
Epidemic drives demand for online tomb-sweeping services - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Epidemic drives demand for online tomb-sweeping services

Through WeChat mini program Fushouyun, people can edit the bios of deceased relatives, upload photos and videos, make virtual offerings and watch live-broadcasts of tomb rites.
Celebrities raising freshwater awareness - China Nation News
Nation

Celebrities raising freshwater awareness

A WWF China documentary series calls for more attention to the importance of the Yangtze, China's mother river, in sustaining human and animal life and the environment.
Trials, tribulations of online teaching during epidemic - Education in China
Education

Trials, tribulations of online teaching during epidemic

For most teachers, online teaching is a relatively new way to deliver lessons but a challenge they've accepted and adapted to during the epidemic period. 
Super moms grapple with extended holiday - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Super moms grapple with extended holiday

With schools scheduled to start online classes due to the epidemic, parents, especially mothers of two, are bracing to deal with the new-found situation. Here's some tips.
Fashion retailer finds new tactics to survive during epidemic period - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Fashion retailer finds new tactics to survive during epidemic period

During this unique period, there's few customers out shopping in malls. So how do fashion retailers with physical stores survive? They turn on their cameras and get online.
Rainy Wukang Road at brunch time a far cry from usual bustle - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Rainy Wukang Road at brunch time a far cry from usual bustle

Wukang Road is one of the popular leisure spots for expats living in Shanghai, famous as a place to meet over coffee or a bite to eat. Well, at least in normal times...
Robot cooks for medical staff fighting virus in Wuhan - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Robot cooks for medical staff fighting virus in Wuhan

Medical staff in one of the isolated spots of Wuhan are able to eat hot claypot rice whenever they want, free of charge, thanks to a busy robot.
Metro commuters few and far between as work resumes - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Metro commuters few and far between as work resumes

Shanghai Metro said the number of passengers taking its trains as of 9am on Monday was down 80 percent from the normal workday average.
Shanghai medical team heads to Wuhan with mobile hospital in toe - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Shanghai medical team heads to Wuhan with mobile hospital in toe

Two national emergency medical rescue teams with 95 members from Shanghai set off for Wuhan. They literally brought a hospital with them.
Community spirit alive and well as locals donate time and more to those in need - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Community spirit alive and well as locals donate time and more to those in need

The community spirit is fired up as volunteers help make face masks and a local company donates tons of an innovative disinfectant to virus-hit Wuhan.
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