Shanghai to trial unisex toilet to cut queues

Shanghai is trialling a unisex public toilet block to lower the time women have to spend waiting in queues, Chinese media have reported. The toilet, in a busy park in Pudong New Area, will have 10 unisex stalls, plus some urinals and a stall for disabled ... ( read original story ...)

Reshaping finance education and research

"The authorities knew that Shanghai needed to have a high-end financial institute to help the city progress and catch up with its international counterparts. This marked the birth of SAIF." The institute now boasts an internationally-minded faculty team ... ( read original story ...)

Matsuyama Finishes off Dominant Victory in Shanghai

Hideki Matsuyama of Japan never gave anyone a chance Sunday, closing with a 6-under 66 to win the HSBC Champions and become the first Asian winner in the 18 years of the World Golf Championships. It was only fitting that Matsuyama won the WGC billed as ... ( read original story ...)

Hideki Matsuyama Piles up Birdies and Leads in Shanghai

Hideki Matsuyama made nine birdies in suddenly chilly conditions Friday for a 7-under 65 that gave him a three-shot lead going into the weekend at the HSBC Champions. Neither the rain nor the bone-chilling cold seem to matter to the Japanese star. He has ... ( read original story ...)

Matsuyama three ahead as McIlroy fades in Shanghai

SHANGHAI - Hideki Matsuyama maintained a three-shot lead after a "satisfying" third round of the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai Saturday, but Rory McIlroy's chances all but melted away on the back nine. Saturday is known as "moving day" in golf parlance ... ( read original story ...)