Beijing has launched a national effort to reduce environmental degradation. Part of the plan is mandatory waste separation. As to be expected the new waste disposal program is being implemented with Orwellian efficiency
Art collector Henk Nieuwenhuys only found out after the fact that the Chinese antiquities he bought were stolen. Now the returned objects will be displayed at the Shanghai Museum. The museum hopes his example will lead to the return of more treasures.
China is building new economic zones in the cities of Shenzhen and Shanghai in order to boost overseas investment. Some analysts are of the view that these cities could rival Hong Kong.
Shanghai has a women's cricket team that's on a mission to promote the sport inside China. They lack the facilities and fans right now but they see plenty of potential for growth - and they're determined to take on the task.
Dollar rallies after Fed dampens rate-cut outlook, Coffee king's death fuels anger in India, Beijing pumps billions more into infrastructure
With China’s economy slowing due to weakening domestic investment and pressure from the US-China trade war, policymakers are investing in projects like the Shanghai Metro expansion as a tool of fiscal stimulus.
Little progress in resolving US-China trade war, Indian city of Chennai brings in water by rail, US Federal Reserve expected to cut interest rates
Unemployment in S. Africa reaches high point - Zimbabwe still far from a turnaround - US & Chinese trade officials meet in Shanghai
Huawei sales surge despite US sanctions - US & Chinese trade officials meet in Shanghai - Bayer warns it faces 18,400 US lawsuits
US-China trade talks resume in Shanghai amid low expectations for a breakthrough to end the year-long conflict between the world’s two largest economies.
Madrid launches massive construction project - US-China trade talks resume in Shanghai - Bayer warns it faces thousands of US lawsuits
DWs Clifford Coonan on the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s new Star Market, which blasted off to a stellar start on Monday with all 25 debutants beating expectations, as investors clamoured for a slice of the action.
US carmaker Tesla is planning to launch its first "made in China" electric cars by the end of this year. The cars will be cheaper than US-made Tesla vehicles, but experts say it will not guarantee their immediate success.
Eating fruit has become a luxury in China. The ongoing trade dispute between China and the US, the world's top two economies, has driven fruit prices to absurd heights.
A bridge, made of music: Two Korean musicians, one from South Korea, one from the Northern part of the peninsula, met this month in Shanghai. Yet another example of classical music diplomacy.
American food producers are trying to hold onto their markets in China, by at least partly absorbing China's retaliatory import tariffs.
Drive It! travels the globe to stay on top of the latest developments in the auto industry. This week, we'll test-drive a "presidential limousine," a mid-sized panel van, and one of the world's first mini-cars.
This year, New York and Shanghai held their big auto shows at about the same time. We sent reporters to cover both: Emmanuel Schäfer to the U.S. and Mathis Kurrat to China, to have a look at the latest developments in the international auto industry.
We visit the Inclusion Factory near Shanghai, whose goal is to facilitate the inclusion of people with disabilities into society through meaningful employment, high quality vocational training and personal development programs.
German national Thomas Derksen, aka Afu, is an internet sensation in China. He has turned his life as a foreigner in Shanghai into the stuff of viral videos. A Chinese wife and fluent Chinese are important ingredients in his recipe for success.
27% of all new passenger cars sold worldwide are sold in China, though Q1 car sales there fell. But German premium carmakers have been able to buck that trend. They unveiled many world premieres at the Auto Shanghai.
China's economy grew ever so slightly faster-than-expected - Shanghai Motorshow and Germany's premium car manufacturers
German carmaker BMW is looking at expanding its investment in China, as it moves deeper into electric and self-driving vehicles. From the Shanghai auto show, BMW board member Pieter Nota spoke to DW's Gerhard Elfers.
Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai was the 1,000th race in Formula One history. Over the years the motor racing circuit has seen many big winners, bad accidents and charismatic personalities.
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