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A Shanghai postcard: life after the COVID-19 economic shutdown
With masks, fever checks and health QR codes, there are signs that the coronavirus still poses a threat to daily life.
Shanghai Stock Exchange shoots for the STARs with new tech-focused board
The STAR market is enjoying a buzzy debut, with "a huge amount" of oversubscription from institutional and retail investors.
China's food deliverers have hectic schedules
High demand leads to a high-stress job for couriers.
Shanghai caps population to combat "big city diseases"
China's Cabinet has decreed that the city's population should be 25 million — barely more than it is today.
Loss and redemption on the Street of Eternal Happiness
A reporter investigates the violent history of his Shanghai property.
The story of China through the lens of one Shanghai street
A new book from Marketplace's Rob Schmitz, "Street of Eternal Happiness: Big City Dreams Along a Shanghai Road," follows the lives of people in China's largest city.
The Chinese dream on the Street of Eternal Happiness
A look at Marketplace China correspondent Rob Schmitz's new book.
China's struggle for a free (stock) market
The government's hand is quite visible at the Shanghai exchange.