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Hold the front page! Will investment reverse local news industry decline?

Hold the front page! Will investment reverse local news industry decline?

THE US news industry hasn’t been the subject of much good news itself, lately. Newspaper circulation is down sharply, and so is employment in the newspaper industry. Financial cutbacks have led to the ...

David Bauder | January 20, 2019, Sunday


Historical brands to enter Spring Festival fair

Historical brands to enter Spring Festival fair

MORE than 140 Chinese time-honored brands will have their booths at a fair inside the Palace Museum during the Spring Festival, which will fall in February. The museum, known as the Forbidden City, is ...

January 20, 2019, Sunday


Egypt uncovers 2 Roman tombs in Western Desert’s oasis

Egypt uncovers 2 Roman tombs in Western Desert’s oasis

EGYPT has unearthed two Roman tombs during excavation work in Dakhla Oasis in the Western Desert, the Ministry of Antiquities announced recently. An Egyptian mission found the tombs during excavation ...

January 20, 2019, Sunday


Japanese dining in an intimate, subdued ambience

Japanese dining in an intimate, subdued ambience

FOR yakiniku dining in Shanghai with flair, in an intimate, subdued ambience, visit Yoshiraku Yakiniku. It’s a 46-seat space where diners can enjoy a delicious barbecue made from carefully selected high-quality ...

Yang Di | January 20, 2019, Sunday


Taste of France with Asian twist at Odelice!

Taste of France with Asian twist at Odelice!

LOCATED at the busy corner of Xinle and Donghu roads, Odelice! is a French restaurant offering a plethora of plates and drinks, and frequented by the neighborhood’s trendy locals. After a recent renovation, ...

Yang Di | January 20, 2019, Sunday


A see-through half empty ‘Glass’

A see-through half empty ‘Glass’

SAMUEL L. Jackson’s Elijah Price, or Mr Glass, as he prefers to be called, was by far the most compelling part of M. Night Shyamalan’s slow-burn comic book send-up “Unbreakable.” A brilliant, tortured ...

Lindsey Bahr | January 20, 2019, Sunday


Tissues ready for canine cutie tear-jerker

Tissues ready for canine cutie tear-jerker

HOW much of a sweet tooth do you have when it comes to movies? It’s a question you might want to consider before stepping out for “A Dog’s Way Home,” W. Bruce Cameron adaptation of his book about a dog ...

Lindsey Bahr | January 20, 2019, Sunday


Photos offer a kaleidoscope of life in China

Photos offer a kaleidoscope of life in China

THE exhibition “Social Geography: Ten Journeys with a Camera” has opened at the Shanghai Center of Photography on the West Bund, displaying a kaleidoscope of Chinese life through more than 200 photos ...

Lynn Liu | January 20, 2019, Sunday


Two top orchestras, one common bond

Two top orchestras, one common bond

THE Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra will join the Philadelphia Orchestra for a Chinese New Year Concert on January 29, the first time such a musical event has been staged in the City of Brotherly Love. ...

Zhang Qian | January 20, 2019, Sunday


Finding oneself on a soul-searching return to a hometown

Finding oneself on a soul-searching return to a hometown

ENTITLED “Where My Heart Settles Down,” Wang Yingying’s photo project embarks on a self-searching journey. Compiled into a book, the project explores the landscape, people and life in Guantao, Hebei Province. ...

January 20, 2019, Sunday




 

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