Yang Meiping

Metro Reporter

It's a small world after all

Diplomats' spouses shared a global view of Easter with some of Shanghai's youngest kids.

Making insurance settlement easier

Meeting hears of successful trial of system which allows patients to use public medical insurance wherever they are in the Yangtze River Delta region.

Shanghai to play leading role in medicine procurement reform

Memo of understanding signed by the National Healthcare Security Administration and the Shanghai government lays out detailed tasks for the city. 

Teenagers solving everyday problems

Local teenagers are showing off their solutions to daily issues at the 7th China (Shanghai) International Technology Fair.

Kindergartens meet increased demand

Shanghai plans to build at least 30 new kindergartens each year to meet the increasing demand, said Lu Jing, director of Shanghai Education Commission.

A diary of momentous events

The writings of Tan Yankai, a noted Chinese politician, calligrapher and gourmet, have been published in 20 volumes.

Prestigious Model UN event hosted in Shanghai

Over 500 students from across China recently donned the role of diplomats and officials to address some of the world's most pressing challenges.

Last-ditch effort to hatch stolen swan eggs

Security personnel at Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts take matters into their own hands after recovered black swan eggs were rejected from their nests.

Black swan eggs stolen, leaving parents 'depressed and scared'

After losing the eggs, the swans, which used to be intimate with students and teachers ... now turn away immediately upon seeing people and seem "deeply depressed."

Jing'an gets on with the job

More than 51,000 new jobs were created in the district last year, the third year the figure has exceeded 50,000.