Shanghai’s education bureau has told schools to hold classes online from Monday as rising numbers of Covid infections hit cities across China. On Saturday the bureau also instructed kindergartens and childcare centres in the city to shut all in-person classes, according to an online statement. Cases have been increasing since China abandoned some of the world’s … Continue reading Shanghai schools starting online classes to control spread of COVID-19
Photo by Tara Winstead on Pexels.com Still remember the AlphaGo that had the capacity to beat the world's champion? Now try an AI Chinese chess master, at home! SenseTime's new Chinese chess robot designed for family users Artificial intelligence devices are now being widely adopted by families. Think Chinese chess robot on the desk, handwriting … Continue reading AI devices helping humans to achieve more
Photo by Pavel Danilyuk on Pexels.com Authorities in Shanghai said on Tuesday they have stepped up efforts to cope with a much higher demand for ambulance services as the city is fighting a tough battle against its worst COVID-19 outbreak. With hundreds of thousands of positive cases reported since March, the eastern Chinese city has … Continue reading Shanghai declares high demand for ambulance services ‘a worrisome situation’
A Shanghai man who killed his wife and hid her body in a freezer for three months was executed on Thursday, the Shanghai No 2 Intermediate People's Court said. Zhu Xiaodong, 30, was accused of strangling Yang Liping, also 30, during a dispute at their home in Shanghai's Hongkou district on Oct 17, 2016. The … Continue reading China executes man who murdered wife in Shanghai
An angel lost her wing on Friday when Gigi Hadid, an American supermodel, pulled out of Victoria's Secret fashion show which has been scheduled to hold next week in Shanghai. Her shocking decision comes a few months after she appeared in an online video where she made a slant-eyes face while holding up a Buddha-shaped … Continue reading Why Gigi Hadid pulled out of Victoria Secret’s Fashion Show in China
A superstitious Chinese woman who threw some coins into a South China aircraft engine just before it was due to take off, has escaped the law. During that scary incident which occurred in Shanghai last week, she tossed a few coins in the engine with no intention of crashing the plane "except for luck." The … Continue reading How a Chinese Woman escaped Jail after tossing Coins in a Plane Engine for Luck
China's tallest building (a 127-story super skyscraper) in Shanghai opened its first doors to the public on Wednesday. It is valued at 14.8billion yuan ($2.28 billion). The opening ceremony for the Shanghai Tower's basement, which will house an exhibition on skyscrapers, and a five-story annex signify the upcoming completion of a building that has taken … Continue reading Architecture: Inside View of China’s Tallest Building Made Public.
A Fijian student in China named Jadeine Whiteside is now living the dream of becoming a fashion designer. She won a bronze prize on Wednesday at a national fashion competition for international students in Shanghai city, China. The competition was the first of its kind in the country and the event had about 40 foreign students … Continue reading How A Fijian Student Built Her Fashion Designing Dream.
A woman who was accused of being shameless and uncivilized by fellow passengers on a bus asked them a rhetorical question, 'Why don't you go and die?' They were all Chinese nationals right here in China where women are feared than respected, especially in public. Funny as it could get, her haters cursed her in … Continue reading ‘Why Don’t You Go Die?’
The Shanghai Tower is China's tallest skyscraper located in Lujiazui, the financial and trade zone in Shanghai. The building is expected to be open for business in the coming days. At 632 meters, the tower is the second tallest in the world only to Dubai's Burj Khalifa building. The tower has a high-speed elevator installed … Continue reading A Peek At China’s Tallest Skyscraper.
Walt Disney has finally made the wishes of many Chinese families come true. In the past, most Chinese families have had to travel to Japan, Paris, Florida in order to bless their kids with the wonderful sight of the mouse with big ears. Now it'll take only 100 days to see it live and direct … Continue reading Countdown: Shanghai Disney Resort Opens In 100 Days.