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  • Colourful hospitals have appeared in Shanghai. Several local State-owned hospitals will transform dull wards with colourful decorations such as green walls, light yellow bedsheets and blue window curtains. Nurses will also take off the icy white uniforms and put on pink or blue ones.--3/27/2002

  • Shanghai will take the lead in the country to install digital televisions on buses, Within two months the television will have trial broadcasting in buses of one route in the city, and in the next year, 5,000 televisions will be installed. Insiders said the televisions will also be launched on the subway, light rail and taxis.--3/27/2002

  • The Metro Line 1 subway in Shanghai will be equipped with glass doors between the tunnels and stations to prevent passengers from falling from the platform, and save resources. --3/20/2002

  • A recent signed investment of 150 million yuan ($18 million) will delver the most sophisticated cinema yet to Pudong by 2004.--3/20/2002

  • The summer timetable of Shanghai Airlines comes into operation on March 31, and a bew Boeing 737-800 will join the fleet.--3/20/2002

  • Invited by Shanghai Women's Federation, some 1,000 Chinese and expatriates women gather together for a party at the Shanghai Centre Theatre on March 8, the International Women's Day.--3/20/2002

  • The third Hong Kong Real Estate Services Expo is running from March 6 to March 9 at Shanghai Mart. It is the third time for the Hong Kong Trade Development Council to hold such a show in Shanghai. --3/13/2002

  • The 35th annual meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Development Bank is set to open at Shanghai International Convention Centre between May 8 and 12 . --3/13/2002

  • Since Shanghai has become, since 1979, a city where the population is ageing fast, the municipal government has tried to develop community recreation facilities and institutes for elderly people. In recent years, it has guided neighbourhoods to establish entertainment centers for senior citizens. --3/13/2002

  • Ambassadors of Brunei Darussalam, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Cambodia pose with managers of the Pudong Shangri-La during their visit to support Shanghai's bid for World Expo 2010. --3/13/2002

  • The mystery of Maya was revealed last Friday through the IMAX film sponsored by the Mesxican and Canadian consulates in Shanghai. --3/13/2002

  • Pudong New District did $1.44 billion worth of import in the first month of his year, up 51.6 per cent from January last year. Sources from the Pudong Customshouse said that in the past month, overseas financed businesses imported $867 million worth of commodities, while State-owned enterprises imported $571 million worth of commodities. --3/6/2002

  • Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipping Company began work on a 150,000-ton FPSO today. The vessel will play an important role in oil exploration with oil processing, storage and loading functionality. --3/6/2002

  • Shanghai will launch five office building projects in Pudong's Lujiazui, which will include Shangri-La Hotel's expansion project and a 70,000 square-metre Class A office building funded by GIC Real Estate from Singapore with $42 million. Lujiazui is now home to 128 Chinese and overseas financial institutions. --3/6/2002



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