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Heroes of the sky: the story of Chinese aviation

Heroes of the sky: the story of Chinese aviation

With the backstory of China’s first domestically manufactured aircraft as a springboard, “The Heart of Heroes” unearths the passion and struggles of ordinary people striving to achieve an extraordinary...

Cheryl Heng | May 20, 2019, Monday


Iraq restocks Mosul’s depleted bookshelves destroyed by IS

Iraq restocks Mosul’s depleted bookshelves destroyed by IS

Watheq Mahmud is pursuing an advanced engineering degree but the textbooks he needs are missing in his native Mosul, the Iraqi city where jihadists burned volumes and destroyed libraries....

Raad al-Jammas | May 20, 2019, Monday


‘Super corals’ offer hope to the world’s dying reefs

‘Super corals’ offer hope to the world’s dying reefs

Hawaiian “super corals” that have recovered despite living in warm and acidic water offer a glimmer of hope that dying reefs across the world could be saved, a new study says....

Sara Hussein | May 20, 2019, Monday


The life and soul of hospitality

The life and soul of hospitality

IF anyone has the right to claim that hospitality is embedded in his DNA, Jan Jansen must be high on the list. The 38-year-old general manager of Conrad Hangzhou, since March 8 the first Conrad hotel ...

Cao Qian | May 19, 2019, Sunday


Barbed wire, massive stones: Obstacle course racing on its way to the Olympics

Barbed wire, massive stones: Obstacle course racing on its way to the Olympics

CRAWLING under barbed wire, carrying Atlas stones — heavy, spherical rocks — and climbing up ropes may not have been exactly what Pierre De Coubertin had in mind when he founded the modern Olympics, but ...

Christian Radnedge | May 19, 2019, Sunday


Low-fat diet may cut risk of dying of breast cancer

Low-fat diet may cut risk of dying of breast cancer

FOR the first time, a large experiment suggests that trimming dietary fat and eating more fruits and vegetables may lower a woman’s risk of dying of breast cancer. The results are notable because they ...

Marilynn Marchione | May 19, 2019, Sunday


‘Pudong Symphony’ tribute to China’s reform and opening-up

‘Pudong Symphony’ tribute to China’s reform and opening-up

THE “Pudong Symphony” Concert, created and performed by China National Symphony Orchestra, returns to Shanghai tomorrow to pay tribute to the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening-up. The concert ...

Ma Yue | May 19, 2019, Sunday


Festival of film, from anime to the universe

Festival of film, from anime to the universe

Film panorama is a traditional and popular part of the Shanghai International Film Festival....

Xu Wei | May 18, 2019, Saturday


A Sino-Kazakh epic of the last days of Xian Xinghai

A Sino-Kazakh epic of the last days of Xian Xinghai

“The Composer,” an epic movie about the last five years of famous Chinese composer Xian Xinghai, has been released nationally....

Xu Wei | May 18, 2019, Saturday


Pei leaves legacy of breathtaking grandeur

Pei leaves legacy of breathtaking grandeur

I.M. Pei, the globe-trotting architect who revived the Louvre with a giant glass pyramid and captured the spirit of rebellion at the multi-shaped Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, leaves a legacy of buildings...

Kathy Mccormack and Deepti Hajela | May 18, 2019, Saturday




 

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