Shanghai’s metro users will soon be able to download an app on their smartphones that allows them to report crimes and service issues, the Shanghai Daily reports. As soon as a passenger reports an incident, the nearest official or police officer will be alerted.
The app will increase vigilance on the subway, the Shanghai Shentong Group said, and will be trialed in December with 1,500 users. It will go into full affect for everybody to use starting next year.
The Shanghai Zhabei Power Plant has been fined 40,000 RMB following residents’ complaints that it was emitting black smoke. Turns out the emissions were illegal.
It’s that time of the year, and what better way to get into the Christmas spirit than with a Christmas market?
A charity event at Xintiandi is hoping to collect money for children in need throughout the month of December.
As you can probably already tell, Shanghai is going to have a very wintery week. Make sure you are ready and wrapped up.
Shanghai United Family Hospital celebrated their 10 year anniversary this week, and United Family Hospital announced that they will be opening two new hospitals in Pudong and in Puxi, as well as a new clinic in Jing’an District.
The Shanghai Traffic Police Department would like to send out a reminder that you need to register your vehicle and get a temporary license plate before Wednesday December 31.
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