Opinion Columns

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Wan Lixin Opinion deputy editor of Shanghai Daily

Email: wanlixin@shanghaidaily.com

New thinking needed in tackling our water issues

Ecologists, explorers, urban designers and scientists try to redefine the myriad water challenges confronting us from multi-disciplinary perspectives during the 7th World Water Source Summit....

March 24, 2021, Wednesday

Time to make dog-raising regulations bite

A couple of days ago, while taking a walk in a well sequestered lane in a park, I saw a young woman coming in the opposite direction, and became uneasy. The woman had two dogs with her, one perched on ...

January 28, 2021, Thursday

China shows pledge to globalization and free trade by embracing reform and opening-up

This year’s China International Import Exposition, which closed yesterday, is a testimony to the country’s resolve to push forward with reform and opening-up....

November 11, 2020, Wednesday

Forum addresses further reform and opening-up

Leading experts exchanged views on the need for deepening reform and opening-up against the backdrop of China’s current economic development at a forum held in Shanghai last Friday....

October 21, 2020, Wednesday

Novel responses in food waste campaign

Recently Chinese President Xi Jinping issued instructions addressing the outrageous problem of food waste, with a view to fostering a societal attitude that stigmatizes wasteful practices....

August 28, 2020, Friday

Creating a level playing field in the world of work

TO an average office worker like me, a delivery job conjures up images of all kinds of hardship, particularly in this summer of record heat. But it is one of the few sectors that keeps hiring, and it ...

August 27, 2020, Thursday

Experts share insights into the right to health

Chinese and Dutch human rights scholars and medical experts involved in the fight against COVID-19 exchanged views on a wide range of issues at a video conference on August 11, organized by Shanghai’s...

August 19, 2020, Wednesday

Juvenile education requires input from all actors in society

Two children frolicking near an exhibit in a glass museum in Shanghai caused the spires of a glass castle to collapse, resulting in extensive damage....

July 20, 2020, Monday

Celebrating diversity in our food supply

DURING the past year I became chief buyer of groceries for my family, even though I do not cook myself. It all started last July, on a street near my home, when I was persuaded to download an app for ...

July 9, 2020, Thursday

Making a strong case for communal approach to health

ONE significant impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on our lifestyles is the heightened awareness of the importance of staying healthy. It is now clear that our overall health determines our immune system, ...

June 15, 2020, Monday


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