More remains of Chinese soldiers in Korean War returned

Nation

More remains of Chinese soldiers in Korean War returned

Economy

IMF foresees 'synchronized deceleration' but no near-term recession of global growth

Managing Director of the IMF Christine Lagarde said Tuesday that her institution anticipates a "synchronized deceleration" of global economic growth in the years ahead
Nation

Thousands of passengers affected after 5.7-magnitude quake hits Taiwan

A 5.7-magnitude earthquake that jolted Taitung County in Taiwan Wednesday morning has affected thousands of passengers who travel by train, Taiwan Railways said.
Nation

2 killed, 2 injured in stabbing in central China

Two children dead and two injured in knife attack at primary school in Hunan province, according to local officials. Suspected already apprehended by police.
Metro

City university to welcome Mexican students

Shanghai University is part of a program to build bridges between China and the North American country by promoting cultural exchanges, fair trade and tourism industry.
Metro

Coffee boost for young people with autism

Cafe helps to build teenagers' confidence and prepares them for a role in society as it changes the lives of China's "children of the stars."
Finance

44 firms accepted for Shanghai's new high-tech board

The board, expected to start trading by mid-year, represents a new era for the Chinese capital market. 



Metro

Women's federation plans online disputes platform

Organization considers going digital in a bid to reach out to young women plagued with family problems.
Metro

Millions leaving town for Qingming Festival

Railway officials say they expect a 6 percent increase in the number of passengers taking trips from Shanghai's three railway stations.
Metro

Xuhui rolls out online training for food industry

New platform offers courses in catering, service and manufacturing for restaurant and management staff. Exams after each course give learners a career boost.
Metro

Time's up for delivery companies

Traffic police say fundamental reason for traffic offenses involving deliverymen is deducting pay when they are late with customers' food. 
Metro

Zoo wastes no time fertilizing garden

Shanghai Zoo's animal waste is being put to good use at the Chenshan Botanical Garden.
Metro

Authorities get tough on urban management

Illegal signs, vendors, structures and outdoor ads are among the targets of new campaign to clean up streets. Transportation and commercial centers to get special attention.
Metro

Blacklist of sex offenders to go citywide

Shanghai police say more employers and authorities will have access to the names of people banned from working in jobs that involve contact with children.
Nation

2 pandas to leave for Denmark in 15-year research project

A pair of giant pandas will leave for Copenhagen, Denmark for collaborative research, a panda research base in southwest Chinese city of Chengdu said Wednesday.
Company

Chinese banking staff reap general pay rises in 2018

Chinese banks spent big on raising their staff's pay in 2018, with China Merchants Bank, Ping An Bank and Bank of Ningbo leading the trend.
Nation

China builds first bridge with 5G network

The Nansha Bridge opened Tuesday in the southern province of Guangdong, becoming China's first bridge with a 5G network, the country's state-asset regulator said Wednesday.
Nation

3 under 'police control' after deadly plant explosion

Law enforcement in Jiangsu Province make statement regarding employees at chemical factory where blast occurred. The incident left at least 78 dead and injured hundreds more.
Economy

Shanghai shares hit 14-month high

Transportation and free trade zone related shares are among the day's biggest gainers as continued winning streak carries benchmark above 3,200-point mark.
Economy

Rich optimistic about growth

China's wealthy believe the economy is headed in the right direction, despite the slowdown.
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