Shanghai tightens food safety regulations

A new food safety regulation, said to be the most stringent ever enacted, will take effect in Shanghai on Monday. The highlights of the new regulation, passed by the local legislature in January, include a higher threshold for market access, a severe ... ( read original story ...)

Technology: China reboots its superpower ambitions

The Baidu Technology Park in Beijing ... Mr Byrnes has 42.5 per cent ownership of any patents he develops, while the rest goes to the NYU Shanghai — a joint venture of New York University and East China Normal University of Shanghai. ( read original story ...)

South Korean pop culture takes a hit in missile spat with China

A Hershey chocolate factory in Shanghai jointly operated with Lotte suspended production ... but reports emerged in February they were removed. Other shows haven't made new episodes available, though past episodes can be seen. In January, South Korean ... ( read original story ...)

Shanghai Housing Bubble No Match For New York's

Shanghai’s average salary per month is 7,108 yuan ($1,135) or 85,300 yuan a year. That puts local property in Shanghai at about 9 times median salaries in the city. Not bad. Let’s compare that to New York, where the median income is around $52,000 a ... ( read original story ...)

New Appointment of Christine Wang

... Christine Wang has been appointed as the Executive Assistant Manager-Sales & Marketing for Le Royal Meridien Shanghai. In her new position, Christine will be responsible for driving the overall sales and marketing strategy of Le Royal Meridien ... ( read original story ...)