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SHANGHAI will build the city's first aviation theme park at the former World Expo 2010 site in Pudong with major attractions including a Boeing 747 aircraft, aviation simulators and a hot-air balloon to take visitors up 30 meters over the city.

The Aviator Theme Park, covering 30,000 square meters near the former USA Pavilion in Zone C, will open to the public next month with an admission pric
CHINA has approved 25 new subway projects with an investment of 800 billion yuan (US$126.98 billion), including five projects in Shanghai worth more than 16.79 billion yuan.

Second-tier cities such as Xiamen in Fujian Province and Taiyuan in Shanxi Province are to build metro lines while Shanghai and Harbin in Heilongjiang Province will see extensions to their existing urban rail systems, the
THE former World Expo site in the Pudong New Area is fast becoming a hub of corporate headquarters, and yesterday two more state-owned enterprises broke ground on new office buildings there.

Beijing-based Sinochem Group and China Changjiang National Shipping Group will build two buildings, 70 meters and 50 meters high respectively, in Zone B of Expo 2010 and move their operation centers there
HANGHAI'S downtown has grown so crowded that the current population density is up to fourfold that of its foreign counterparts, and the city may be running out of resources to support its swelling population in three years, a recent investigation by the city's top advisory board says.

Currently, in each square kilometer of land in downtown Shanghai, there are 16,828 people. That's about 2.4 ti
Asian operation to make the third Kung Fu Panda movie in China

DreamWorks Animation, the US film company, has announced plans to build a $3.14 billion theme park in Shanghai, to bolster its presence in the booming local entertainment market.

The studio's newly formed China joint venture, Oriental DreamWorks, is scheduled to open the theme park in 2016, said the creator of hits like Shrek an
A VISA-FREE policy allowing travelers to stay in Shanghai for 48 hours before leaving for their next foreign destination may be extended, the city's border police said yesterday.

Under consideration is a change in policy which would allow the time period to be 72 hours.

The visa-free policy is seen as part of the city's efforts to attract more travelers and visitors and enhance Shanghai's r
SHANGHAI is soon to release details of a new rule to encourage multinational companies to set up their regional headquarters in the city, Vice Mayor Ai Baojun said yesterday.

The rule will focus on improving the investment environment by making it more convenient for investors, and on lowering costs by providing rewards for newly established headquarters and those MNCs who upgrade their existi
PM2.5 readings of all of the city's 10 monitoring spots and average density of local PM2.5 will be released starting today at the website of Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center.

The city's latest hourly PM2.5 reading, the latest 24-hour reading and a chart illustrating PM2.5 change within 24 hours will all be available at the website and at Weibo sites of the Shanghai Environmental Protec




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