Microsoft is in talks with Chinese internet providers and government ministries for a possible Chinese New Year launch.
The city government is considering offering health insurance to foreigners working in Shanghai, alleviating problems for those whose work does not offer health insurance or who are temporarily unemployed.
Stores in the Xujiahui stop maybe closed for as long as a year.
One kilogram of high-grade heroin seized in Minhang. There are going to be some pissed off junkies out there tonight.
Chinese people are turning their back on Chinese! English more popular than Chinese among students! The soul of China is the David fighting against the merciless Goliath of Western cultural imperalism!
You’ve probably noticed people cutting off branches of the trees along the side of the road.
Gas leak causes explosion in Shanghai. Journalists attempting to report are harrassed, attacked. One bystander, an old man, also gets slapped up by hotel staff.
“Shanghai residents’ salaries rose by 7.7 percent on average in 2006, ranking at the top of all Chinese cities in terms of salary growth.”
“What the author failed to consider is the fact that a hat manufacturer has little in terms of barriers to entry, lots of competitors, and with 4 million units sold, I would have a hard time believing they are able to convince anyone to pay more than a co
“Chinese actress, director and blogger Xu Jinglei will release a biweekly electronic magazine called Kai La, reports Shanghai Youth Daily quoting Xu’s agent Liu Xuan.”
“A TINY tsunami lapped Shanghai’s coastal areas on Saturday night after a massive earthquake off Japan trigged fears of tidal waves across the Pacific.” Tiny tsunami?
“A FORMER high-ranking provincial official in east China’s Anhui Province has been sentenced to death for corruption, according to media reports.”