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- According to a report by Shanghai’s Oriental Outlook Magazine (found via NTD TV), “a multi-million dollar compensation fund for babies who were sickened by melamine-tainted milk three years ago has been kept secret.” WHAT!
- Five of seven recently banned food products were for weight loss (while two others also claimed to contribute to weight-loss by regulating “blood fat”). These products contained illegal additives that could cause high blood presure, accelerating heartbeats, anorexia, insomnia and liver function disorder)… sure, but how ELSE are we supposed to get skinny?
- Even as China’s population ages, research has shown that it’s still too early to relax the One Child Policy.
- Eleven people have gone on trial for the manufacturing and selling of a fake eye medication that caused adverse reactions in 61 victims.
- Shanghai has five teppanyaki restaurants that will fill your stomach and keep money in your wallet, according to CNNGo
- The publishers of Shanghai Detour are now producing a fashion map to help people navigate the city’s fashion scene.
- Once again Shanghai was rated the most commercially competitive city in China for the third year in a row.
By Bo Hershey