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WATCH: Chinese women kick ass at 2016 Asian Weightlifting Championships

45 minutes agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

These women don’t care for your “A4-waist” and “iPhone 6 legs.” [ more › ]

???? Try this easy Italian lunchbox recipe, perfect for work

2 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Make everyone at work jealous with these easy lunchbox recipes from Epermarket. Preparing a pack-up doesn't take long, do it before bed or before you set off for work in the morning, get the kids involved or team up with your housemates. Not only will homemade lunches make you feel healthier, but they'll save you a buck too! [ more › ]

Chinese Navy to Join U.S. in Military Exercises

A top U.S. naval official said China’s navy is expected to join military exercises near Hawaii, playing down Beijing’s refusal last month to let a U.S. aircraft carrier dock in Hong Kong.

Early Look: China’s State-Led Economic Recovery Likely Continued in April

Beijing’s continued efforts to ramp up government spending likely have helped the economy stay on track for a recovery, albeit a slow and fragile one, economists say.

China cracks down on seductively eating bananas online

8 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

In its continuing effort to sanitize the Chinese internet, already this year, China has cracked down on homosexuality, raunchy time travel and foul-mouthed internet superstars, now they are going after bananas. [ more › ]

China Regulator Tries Again To Rein In Banks’ Shadow Assets

China's banking regulator may finally be trying to get ahead of a decade-long dalliance between commercial banks and the shadow banking sector.

Photography Friday: Rong Rong and Inri

9 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

The Sino-Japanese artistic duo Rong Rong ?? (born in Zhangzhou, Fujian province in 1968) and Inri ?? (born in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan in 1973) are amongst those who have shaped contemporary photography in China. Their collaborative work - initiated in 2000 - unfolds an intimate world while connecting with China’s socio-economic transformations. [ more › ]

New U.S. Currency Oversight May Still Leave Manipulators At Large

The U.S. Treasury’s latest currency report is supposed to ratchet up pressure on trade partners whose exchange-rate policies are giving exporters a leg up on American firms.

Saline Solution: China Announces Reforms to Salt Monopoly

China’s government is chipping away at the country’s millennia-old salt monopoly, scrapping controls on the price and distribution of edible salt.

Weekendist, May 6 - 8: Mother's Day, art openings and more mayhem

15 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

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

3-year-old with autism dies after being made to walk 19km by dubious treatment center

China has been shaken yet again by another tragic medical scandal, this one involves a 3-year-old boy with autism, who was tragically killed after undergoing some questionable treatment methods at a private facility in Guangzhou. [ more › ]

8 Mother's Day treats for the most important person in the world

This Sunday is Mother's Day! Shower her with gifts, take her out for lunch, pamper her at the spa and definitely don't let her cook dinner. Stuck for ideas of how to celebrate in Shanghai? Check out these perfect surprises for your number one Mum. [ more › ]

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