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What's on Today: Valentine's Day @ MUST Grill, JAR animal adoption day, Adam Skuse and Lindberg @ Craft

18 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]

IN PHOTOS: Chinese uncles and aunties show off what they are cooking up for their families this Spring Festival

21 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

With a recent home-cooked fiasco in mind, here is a selection of Chinese favorites enjoyed together by families across the country during Spring Festival that absolutely won't ruin any relationships. [ more › ]

Poll: Chinese were more stressed out in 2015 than they've been in a decade

21 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

2015 apparently took quite a toll on the people of China. [ more › ]

China is building the world's first nuclear reactor guaranteed not to meltdown

Adding to China's repertoire of innovation and high-powered ambition, the country's Nuclear Engineering Construction Corporation is almost done building a high-temperature, gas-cooled, pebble-bed nuclear plant in Shandong. [ more › ...

Man kowtows to elderly parents at Zibo railway station after his first trip home in 4 years, sparks debate online

Earlier this week, a man was captured on camera kowtowing in the middle of a Shandong railway station to his elderly parents. After details of his story leaked out, netizens have been hotly debating the man's act of filial piety. [ more › ]

Brother of disgraced Chinese official is sharing 'golf secrets' with US, not nuclear codes, says lawyer

After being accused of the most damaging case of treason in Chinese history, Ling Wancheng wants it known that he hasn't been sharing state secrets with the US but rather "golf secrets." [ more › ]

LOOK: Hundreds of tourists take a truly breathtaking walk on the Great Wall in heavy smog

Judging by the visibility, it looks like they were lucky just to find the wall. [ more › ]

UK says it believes missing Hong Kong bookseller Lee Bo was 'involuntarily removed' to the mainland

Sick and tired of China's all-encompassing shadiness on the case of British passport-holder Lee Bo, the UK is finally airing how they really feel on the matter, pronouncing that Lee and his associates were probably taken to the mainland against their will. [ more › ]

Auntie lets her kid pee on Shanghai subway carriage floor, netizens pissed

Just when you were starting to think it was safe to travel on the subway again. [ more › ]

Photography Friday: William Armstrong

William Armstrong (1867-1931) was not a professional photographer; still his astonishing photographs offered sometimes rather puzzling compositions. [ more › ]

WATCH: Dalai Lama sends out greeting for Tibetan New Year, reveals he's undergoing prostate treatment at US hospital

"I want to tell you that I am doing very well. The treatment only takes a few minutes every day, but it will take time to complete the treatment. It's nothing complicated, it's not serious, there's nothing to worry about." [ more › ...

Donald Trump wants China to make Kim Jong Un 'disappear'

On national television this Wednesday, Donald Trump made intriguingly clear his desire to have Kim Jong Un disappeared -- a task that, in his view, falls on China's back. [ more › ]

World's largest waste-to-energy plant planned for Shenzhen

2 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

China may be home to the world's filthiest air, but it's planning one mother of a redemption arc. Coming soon to the mountains of Shenzhen: the world's biggest solar-powered waste-to-energy plant. [ more › ]

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