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Zhu Ying

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Art & Culture

The treasure of the Da Ke Ding

The gigantic Da Ke Ding, an almost 3,000-year-old bronze tripod, is one of the centerpieces of the Shanghai Museum.

The balancing act of retaining the old, embracing the new

Transforming rural villages doesn't have to mean relocating residents or destroying local charm. The face-lift in Zhangma Village is testament to tasteful, even arty modernization.

Welcome to the world of Pandora

Cirque du Soleil brings its "Avatar"-inspired multimedia show "Toruk – The First Flight" to Shanghai in spectacular fashion.

Theater takes children on a fantasy adventure

Theater Above has invited children and their parents to join them on a magical journey to a library placed in the belly of a whale.
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Angelic Lin Qiaozhi

 Lin Qiaozhi, a famed obstetrician and gynecologist in China, delivered over 50,000 babies in her career, though she didn't marry or have any children.
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The art of clay teapots

Tea wares need to be practical, but it can also delight the eyes.
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Zeng Baosun: the educator

Zeng Baosun, the great-granddaughter of Zeng Guofan, who was a Chinese statesman and military general in the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), devoted all her life to education.

Beyond books, a library's personality is defined by patrons

A library, in a sense, is a tribute to the pursuit of knowledge. Shanghai Library has created a welcoming atmosphere to encourage people to read, think, learn and strive.
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Reflections of life in ancient times

With their 4,000-year history, bronze mirrors were used as utensils, ornaments, tokens of love, gifts, religious items in Taoism and burial objects in ancient China.
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One of China's great inventions on display

An exhibition featuring movable-type printing technology is to open at Shanghai Zhonghua Printing Museum in Qingpu District on July 24.