Shanghai

上海市,簡稱滬,別稱申,是中華人民共和國直轄市,中國的經濟、金融、貿易和航運中心,世界著名的港口城市,是中國人口最多的城市。 --來自 維基百科


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2022/12/21 | Deutsche Welle

China’s Soaring Covid Numbers Raise Global Fears

Investors have welcomed China’s shift away from the zero-Covid strategy as good news for the world economy in the longer run. However, there are more immediate worries about the near-term impact of surging case numbers on trade and industry.

2022/11/29 | Voice of America

As Zero-Covid Protests in China Continue, a Battle Erupts Online

Protesters are trying to circumvent government censors who are believed to use an automated system to help block prohibited content.

2022/11/28 | Deutsche Welle

Nationwide Protests in China Call For Easing Covid Curbs

Protesters are demanding the easing of Covid-19 restrictions in Beijing and Shanghai. People also took to the streets in the northwestern Xinjiang region after deaths in an apartment fire were blamed on lockdowns.

2022/07/28 | Voice of America

What’s Next for China’s Economy?

China’s economy shrunk from April to June compared to the first three months of the year.

2022/04/25 | Deutsche Welle

Shanghai Covid Lockdown Threatens New Export Delays

Nearly a third of goods leaving the Port of Shanghai are held up due to a strict lockdown. The delays are set to exacerbate a supply chain crisis that has caused shortages and price rises across the world.

2022/04/08 | Global Voices

Shanghai Continues Citywide Lock-down Despite Public Outcry, Food Shortages, and Chaos

As the Chinese government tries to suppress the outbreak in Shanghai under zero-Covid policy, it is said that more recent deaths have been related to the lockdown than the virus.

2018/06/15 | Atlas Obscura

From Nazis to Noodles: How Shanghai Welcomed WWII's Jewish Refugees

Shanghai's Hongkou was one of the few places in the world to throw open its doors to Jews fleeing persecution in Nazi Germany.

2017/10/03 | Harry den Hartog

Cities of China: Exotic, Modern, Dynamic — But Never ‘Livable’?

Western-centric metrics focusing on the lifestyles of a wealthy global elite ignore the real reasons why people love living in cities like Shanghai.

2017/09/11 | Nie Riming

Chinese Cities Should Open Their Gates to the Children of Migrants

It’s time we rewarded rural laborers’ contributions to their adopted cities by giving their children a proper education.

2017/07/18 | Zhong Changqian

iPhone Workers Become Legendary Warriors in China's Internet Cafes

Neighborhood gaming centers give apathetic and aimless factory workers a portal to another life.

2017/06/26 | Chen Changye

How Shanghai Can Become a Movie-making Powerhouse Once Again

A dearth of talent once cast the city into the filmmaking wilderness, but recently, the sprouts of renewed growth have appeared.

2017/06/05 | Wu Dongping

Reliance on Foreign Tech Puts Strain on China’s Genetics Market

Despite being a global leader in DNA sequencing, the country’s dependence on overseas knowledge leaves it struggling to replicate others’ success.

2017/05/08 | Zhu Yiwen

How Taoists Found Their Way To a Young Audience

A successful Shanghai-based ceremony shows that attracting adepts hinges on mixing tradition, technology and trade.

2017/04/18 | Mark Andrews

Foreign Disciples Flock to Shanghai Tattoo Master

A Shanghai studio of skin and ink is attracting a steady stream of apprentices enthralled with the owner’s signature biomechanical style.

2017/03/28 | Wu Xiaobo

Why Bike-Sharing in China Is a Myth

Sharing is the last priority of companies like Mobike and Ofo, which are driven solely by amassing vast customer deposits.

2017/03/26 | Jessica Levine

War, Detention, Revolution: Foreigner Recounts Shanghai History

Fifty-year Shanghai resident Betty Barr on living in a World War II internment camp and publishing her mother’s diary from the era.

2017/03/20 | August Rick

Shanghai’s Maturing Art Market Shelters Galleries From the Storm

Amid a global economic downturn, China’s burgeoning contemporary art scene shows confidence in local talent.

2017/03/13 | Yan Jie

The Surprise About Shanghai’s Traffic Crackdown: It’s Working

In a country where traffic laws are willfully ignored, officials in China’s most populous city have launched a dramatic campaign to improve residents’ quality of life.