Yang Meiping

Metro Reporter
A WorldSkills Museum coming up in Shanghai - Shanghai Metro News
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A WorldSkills Museum coming up in Shanghai

In the coming months, Shanghai will get two new landmarks: the WorldSkills Museum on the banks of the Huangpu River and the Yangpu Bridge Park with scenic zones.
Expats in makeshift hospital can get help from Foreign Affairs staff - Shanghai Metro News
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Expats in makeshift hospital can get help from Foreign Affairs staff

Officials with the Shanghai Foreign Affairs Office are assisting medical staff in serving expatriates with COVID-19 in a makeshift hospital in Chongming District.
On Nurses Day, Minhang remembers the hardworking nurses. - Shanghai Metro News
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On Nurses Day, Minhang remembers the hardworking nurses.

On the 111th International Nurses Day, Minhang District paid respect to the medics from all over the country battling hard to beat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online access to translators makes life easier for expats - Shanghai Metro News
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Online access to translators makes life easier for expats

When Samuel Leapan Gonzalez wanted to know about the pandemic situation in his community, he could not communicate with the neighborhood committee because of the language barrier.
Food companies under fire for operating without permits - Shanghai Metro News
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Food companies under fire for operating without permits

A market watchdog is investigating Shanghai Lianxin Food Co and its supplier for suspicion of supplying Tongji University with salted pork without related business permits.
Winners chosen in first round of skills-performance video contest - Shanghai Metro News
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Winners chosen in first round of skills-performance video contest

The "Chinese Stunts" campaign was launched to promote respect for skills, and serve as a warm-up for the 46th WorldSkills Competition that takes place this fall in Shanghai.
Hong Kong people rise to meet common challenge - COVID-19 news
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Hong Kong people rise to meet common challenge

Hong Kong enterprises, organizations and individuals are active in fighting the COVID-19 resurgence by making donations, becoming volunteers and organizing group buying.
Tongji University apologizes for food quality after complaints about boxed lunches - Shanghai Metro News
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Tongji University apologizes for food quality after complaints about boxed lunches

Market watchdog said claims about parasites in salted pork were unproven but university promised to improve food processing and sanitation standards.
Expats  drive away lockdown blues with volunteer services - China In Focus News
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Expats drive away lockdown blues with volunteer services

Expats in Shanghai are helping in their communities and campuses amid the COVID-19 lockdown through various voluntary services.
Dedicated workers keep city supplied with vital medicines - COVID-19 news
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Dedicated workers keep city supplied with vital medicines

Joint venture Shanghai RAAS Blood Products Co has never stopped working under lockdown and is resuming full production.
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