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Shanghai

Shanghai gets serious about garbage sorting and recycling

In the 1980s, China began importing scrap metal, plastic from recycling programs, and just about every other kind of foreign…

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On China’s World Cup and Summer Olympics hosting ambitions

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature in which China Sports Insider Mark Dreyer looks at the week that was in the…

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The Shanghai marriage market, visualized

If you ever get a chance to wander through Shanghai’s marriage market in the park at People’s Square, you might…

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Sinica Podcast: Paul French and Shanghai noir

This week’s Sinica Podcast is now live: Listen to it now! This week on the Sinica Podcast, Kaiser and Jeremy chat…

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How do you say “maternal grandmother” in Chinese? Depends who you ask

Not unlike “coke,” “pop,” and “soda” — words for the same soft drink that have divided America — the different Mandarin…

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Searching for jazz in Shanghai

Photo by Zheng Kaimin   “I just follow music and do what I want.”   Midnight passes, and the lights…

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A China Christmas Story: New traditions in Shanghai

Each year, on the farmlands of eastern North Carolina, an average American fellow smiles giddily on Christmas Day as he…

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Demolition of Laoximen: Shanghai’s best link to its pre-colonial past may soon be gone

Pictured: All of Laoximen as seen from its northeastern corner: Fuxing Road to the left, Fangbang Road to the right…

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Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show makes history in Shanghai

The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show came to Asia for the first time in its illustrious 23-year history. Monday night’s…

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This is how an angel falls

Set to the backdrop of some high-profile drama, the hotly anticipated 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show just concluded in Shanghai, marking…

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Katy Perry’s Chinese fans lament her China ‘ban’

Katy Perry, the 33-year-old pop star lovingly nicknamed “Fruit Sister” by her Chinese fans, was reportedly barred from entering China…

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China says Apple has an exploding iPhone problem

"Shanghai Consumer Council (SHCC), a consumer watchdog group chaired by a Shanghai member of the Municipal People’s Congress, put up…

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News roundup: High-speed rail link between Shanghai and Kunming, plus Sinica Podcast with Carla Nappi

Top China news for November 22, 2016. Get this daily digest delivered to your inbox by signing up at supchina.com/subscribe.

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Shanghai’s new Good Samaritan law finally goes into effect, but how much will it help?

"Shanghai's long-awaited Good Samaritan law went into effect yesterday, providing a bit of much-needed legal protection to residents who want…

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Sinica extra: Q&A with Ma Tianjie on toxic heavy metals, bourgeois culture and more

Ma Tianjie, the guest on this week's Sinica Podcast about Chinese public opinion, talks about the roots of his interest…

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