• Shanghai poised for bigger role in international arbitration


    ​Shanghai is poised for a greater role in international arbitration in the Asia-Pacific region with the growth in the number of institutions offering mediation and stronger support from the courts, the president of the International Bar Association said.

  • Granting longer visas for foreign experts eyed to ease entry


    ​China is considering plans to make it easier for foreign experts to come and stay, such as offering them five-or even 10-year multiple-entry visas.

  • Shanghai seeks to become IP hub for Asia-Pacific region


    Shanghai plans to deepen its reform of intellectual property rights protection to become an IP hubfor the Asia-Pacific region, according to a guidance recently released by the municipalgovernment.

  • Working in Disneyland a dream job for many


    As Shanghai Disneyland stands 98 days away from unveiling its wonders to the public, employeerecruitment becomes the priority this month, Shanghai Morning Post reported Thursday.

  • HK people in Shanghai demand HK-style education


    ​Andrew Yao Cho-fai founded the Shanghai-Hong Kong Association in 2014 to serve the HongKong community of 100,000 based in Shanghai.

  • WeWork starts operations in Shanghai


    ​WeWork, the office space startup whose valuation has been put at $16 billion, has opened operations in Shanghai, its first location in China where the co-working rental space is crowded with other companies.

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