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Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Martin Stadtfeld @ Shanghai Concert Hall German pianist Martin Stadtfeld lands at the Shanghai Concert Hall and will be performing his interpretations of Johann Sebastian Bach's work. Played in renowned concerts around the world, he made his concert debut at the young of age of nine.
01.21 / 17:05
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While Shanghai may seem to have everything -- a Disneyland, a Taco Bell, a Hello Kitty restaurant -- the truth is it has been missing something -- a Kumamon-themed…
01.20 / 08:21
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To ring in the year of the Rooster and to thank everyone for their continuous trust and support the past year, Shiwei released their latest delicacies packages with discounts going up to 25% off! Ongoing for only a limited time from now until February 10th, there are 8 different packages in store for you with a mix-match of products handcrafted by Artisans with passion. It is with great pride that Shiwei represents these a…
01.20 / 07:19
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Macau Daily Times feed The triangular relationship between China, Russia and the U.S. is poised for a radical transformation on a scale not seen since the Cold War, speculated a scholar at the University of Macau (UM) in an interview with the Times this week. The transformation will be the result of fundamental policy shifts initiated by President-elect Donald […] The post International relations | UM scholar: Global diplomacy on precipice of radical transformation appeared first on…
01.20 / 00:29
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Macau Daily Times feed Singapore’s three-year decline in home prices could see relief from an unexpected quarter in 2017: Hong Kong. So says Cushman & Wakefield Inc., which expects the slide in the city-state’s home prices to end this year as foreign investors turned off by Hong Kong’s move to increase the stamp duty for overseas buyers look to […] The post Hong Kong housing curbs may give Singapore property some relief appeared first on MACAU DAILY TIMES…
01.20 / 00:12
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China has announced plans to relax its professional requirements in certain fields to discourage rampant academic fraud in the nation’s university system. Professional titles in China require people to complete a degree and have a published thesis in an academic journal, in addition to a certain number of years of work experience in the industry. […] The post China Begins Reform of Professional Titles appeared first on BEIJING T…
01.20 / 00:11
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Macau Daily Times feed The first direct freight train service from China to Britain arrived in London yesterday, another leg in Beijing’s plans for closer trade ties with Europe along a modern-day Silk Road. The 18-day trip saw dozens of containers packed mainly with clothes and household goods transported from the city of Yiwu in eastern China to a […] The post New Silk Road? | First China-London freight train arrives appeared first on MACAU DAILY T…
01.20 / 00:10
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Passport Index has released its Global Passport Power Rank for 2017. In first place, Germany, with visa-free or visa on arrival access to 158 countries around the world. In 134th place, China, with 57…
01.19 / 08:19
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Macau Daily Times feed The deputy procurator general of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate, Zhang Changren, headed a delegation from mainland China when they visited the Public Prosecutions Office (MP) yesterday. The delegation met with Macau’s Prosecutor General, Ip Son Sang, to exchange views on the work of the judicial institutions in Macau and the mainland. Indian tourists found dead […] The post Briefs | Zhang meets with MP appeared first on MACAU DAILY TIM…
01.19 / 00:08
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Macau Daily Times feed A master plan for the tourism sector will be concluded in July 2017, informed the Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) director Helena de Senna Fernandes during the bureau’s annual press conference held yesterday morning at the Macau Tower. “This year our major project is to evaluate and finalize the Macau Tourism Industry Development Master Plan. We […] The post Tourism Master Plan to be concluded in July appeared first on MACAU DAILY TIME…
01.19 / 00:07
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Macau Daily Times feed China’s military said Tuesday that more than 2,500 abandoned Japanese wartime chemical weapons collected from northern China, including Beijing and the port city of Tianjin, have been destroyed in a four-year disposal process. Japan and China have been working together on the biggest chemical weapon cleanup effort in history, a decades- long, diplomatically sensitive project […] The post 2,500 wartime Japanese chemical weapons destroyed appeared first on MACAU D…
01.18 / 23:54
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