October 17 marks the 7th National Poverty Relief Day, and the year of 2020 is the target year for the alleviation of poverty nationwide. SHINE is celebrating this mammoth achievement by visiting a number of rural areas in China who have successfully been lifted from poverty.
The second China International Import Expo will be held at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai from November 5 to 10, 2019.
In the past several years, a high-speed train network has been built in the Yangtze River Delta region, with extensions planned. The rail lines offer easier access to sites in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui provinces that host tourist attractions often missed by visitors. This series takes you to the hidden gems by high-speed train.
On this page you can find the latest updates from SHINE regarding the current outbreak of new coronavirus.
The launch of the Star Market on the Shanghai Stock Exchange is seen as a major step in China's campaign to reform its capital markets and usher in the development of innovation in science and technology. The Nasdaq-style board is aimed at giving companies involved in cutting-edge science and technology greater access to funding.
Shanghai is on a brand-building campaign to enhance its profile globally. This ongoing series focuses on city industry and economic news related to the elevation of the city’s reputation in four target areas – services, manufacturing, shopping and culture.
The ancient arts and crafts of China, for centuries, have attracted international attention for their intricacy and subtlety. From porcelain to jade, furniture, paintings and screens and scrolls, they embody the essence of Chinese history and culture. This series explores some of the best examples of Chinese antiques.
This section explores the Yangtze River Delta region in various aspects, including its economy, tourism and transport facilities, as it is being built into a truly leading demonstration area for the implementation of new development concepts and a globally competitive world-class urban agglomeration.
This column compiles popular activities and events in Shanghai, so you don't have to! It covers exhibitons, concerts, drama performances and other fun activities. This useful guide will help you decide where to head when you have some spare time. If you have any suggestions or recommendations, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From pottery to ritual bronzes, jade burial suit, porcelain, embroidery and ornaments, every cultural relic witnesses the history of China and has an interesting story to tell. This series explores some of the greatest national treasures collected in the major museums of China.
Officially launched on September 29, 2013, the Shanghai (Pilot) Free Trade Zone is designed a four-pronged institutional innovation strategy targeted at investment management, trade facilitation, financial services and transformation of government functions.
Shanghai may be a sprawling metropolis of 24 million people, but daily life is characterized by local neighborhoods: modern and traditional, rural and urban, bustling and quiet, changing and static. In this series, we explore on foot the distinctive grassroots of the city.
Shanghai has become one of the world’s most international metropolises, where a great number of foreigners live, work and study. They have injected a strong vitality to the city and facilitated its economic and social development, as well as international cooperation and exchanges. To recognize their contribution to Shanghai, the city government set up the Magnolia Award, named after the city flower, to be presented annually.
The annual event invites tourists and residents to experience Shanghai's beautiful landscapes, delicious foods and specialties via various cultural activities every September.
From the Great Wall to the Terracotta Army, the relics and artifacts that tell the stories of some of China’s greatest engineering achievements showcase China’s talent and wisdom in dealing with and respecting nature. This column explores some of China’s great ancient achievements.
Shanghai enacts its new garbage regulation on July 1. So how do we correctly discard our trash? Where does everything go after we bin it? How are locals responding to these new rules? And what kind of a difference will it make to our daily lives, and the planet? You'll learn all this, and more, right here as we Trash Talk.
China is striving to achieve the goal of building a moderately well-off society in all respects by the end of 2020.?It includes an improved governance system in the fields of the economy, politics, culture, society and ecology. This series focuses on the practices adopted by Shanghai to make the city a better place to live and work in.
Shanghai is becoming a major medical center in Asia. Standards are high and medical specialists are among the best in the nation. Our Heartbeat of Healthcare series meets some of the dedicated professionals making it all happen.