Shanghai to Add 6 New Parking Spaces

Monday, August 4, 2014
Parking

SHANGHAI — In an unprecedented expansion, the Shanghai municipal government announced Friday that it was embarking on an ambitious infrastructure project to add six new parking spaces to the metropolis, which are expected to enter service by 2017.

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Beijing, Shanghai Air Among World’s Cleanest by PM2.5cm Standards

Saturday, January 18, 2014
Pollution

BEIJING — According to a new global ranking released by the China Meteorological Administration (CMA), Beijing and Shanghai are two of the cleanest cities in the world, when…

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Shanghai Opens Free-Trade Zone

Friday, October 4, 2013

Shanghai has established a free-trade zone in Pudong district for economic experimentation. The zone will allow foreign investment in previously regulated sectors and the sale of video game consoles. Here are the feelings of the Chinese people.

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David Beckham Blames Fans for Shanghai Stampede

Tuesday, June 25, 2013
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Shanghai Municipal Government Encourages Citizens to Become Vegans

Monday, April 8, 2013
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SHANGHAI — Desperate to avoid a public health crisis, the Shanghai municipal government has started encouraging its citizens to eat healthier, unveiling a new citywide awareness campaign entitled, “Go Vegan If You Want To Live™.”

Posters and billboards have gone up around the city depicting Shanghainese eschewing disease-ridden meat, fish and fowl, opting instead for fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Kim Jong-un Pleased to See His Goodwill Gift of 16,000 Pigs Has Arrived Safely

Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Kim Jong-un Pleased to See His Goodwill Gift of 16,000 Pigs Has Arrived Safely

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Shanghai Releases Alligators into Huangpu River to Deal with Dead Pigs

Friday, March 22, 2013
Chinese Alligator

SHANGHAI — To combat the rising number of dead pigs floating in the Huangpu River, the Shanghai municipal government has approved plans to release 200 endangered Chinese alligators into the waterway upstream to devour the pig carcasses before they reach the city.

“This is a big win for everyone,” said Shanghai deputy mayor Zhang Yueran. “Not only will the alligators eliminate the dead pig problem, we are also restoring them to their natural habitat.”

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Delicious Smell of Bacon Now Wafting from Every Faucet in Shanghai

Thursday, March 14, 2013
Delicious Smell of Bacon Now Wafting from Every Faucet in Shanghai

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