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Old July 22nd, 2010, 07:29 PM   #1421
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Zhejiang mulls rail bridge for Hangzhou Bay
2 August 2010
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The Zhejiang government is considering the construction of a second Hangzhou Bay bridge for rail transport in a bid to forge closer ties between its industrial sector and the economic development of Shanghai.

The proposed bridge would provide a rail link between the northern Ningbo district of the eastern coastal province and Shanghai, at an estimated cost of some 30 billion yuan (HK$34.37 billion) according to Zhou Jiangyong, who is the chairman of the Ningbo Hangzhou Bay New Zone Administration.

The provincial government and the Ministry of Railways were studying the feasibility of the project and it would likely be written into the nation's 12th Five Year Plan (2011-2015) for economic and social development, Zhou told reporters.

"Zhejiang is making an all-out effort to make its industrial sectors more competitive," he said. "The key lies in whether we can better integrate our privately-owned businesses into the locomotive of Shanghai."

The 36-kilometre Hangzhou Bay Bridge, the world's longest sea bridge, opened in May 2008 after nearly five years of construction. It helped cut 120 kilometres and two hours from the formerly four-hour Shanghai to Ningbo journey.

The 11.8 billion yuan bridge links Cixi city near Ningbo with Jiaxing on the border with Shanghai. The length of the second bridge would be the same as the Hangzhou Bay Bridge, but would cost more than twice as much.

The plan to build the second bridge is in line with the State Council's recently-endorsed ambition to transform the Yangtze River Delta encompassing Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang into one of the most affluent regions in Asia Pacific. Zhejiang has been one of the biggest economic beneficiaries of the mainland's opening-up policy in the past three decades.

Small companies based in the province's Wenzhou, Ningbo, and Cixi districts produce goods that range from shoes to electronics and output has soared thanks to the world's demand for cheap made-in-China products.

"The global financial crisis prompted Zhejiang to rethink its development strategies," Zhou said. "The leaders of the province realised an urbanisation drive banking on the development of Shanghai was the correct answer."

The provincial government has singled out the northern part of Ningbo city, namely the Ningbo Hangzhou Bay New Zone, for aggressive industrial development. The area covers 235 sq km in which a 10 sq km "auto town" housing car makers will be located.

Zhou said the Zhejiang leadership had a dream of turning the New Zone into a copy of Pudong, the area that is home to 80 per cent of financial institutions in Shanghai.

Beijing has approved dozens of ambitious development blueprints for regions and cities across the nation, with a motivation to engineer balanced growth.

The central government embarked on a massive 4 trillion yuan stimulus package in late-2008 to combat the global slowdown, which ushered in large infrastructure projects nationwide. However, the construction spree has raised questions about an increasing number of non-performing projects and the dangers of soaring debts.

The mainland's banking regulators have repeatedly issued ominous warnings to lenders, requiring them to slow or halt loan approvals to local governments' financing vehicles that raise funds for infrastructure projects.
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Old August 22nd, 2010, 09:24 AM   #1425
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New expressways to boost highway network
18 August 2010
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SHANGHAI will build nearly 200 kilometers of new expressways in the next five years to further facilitate the highway network, local officials said yesterday.

The total expressway length in the city will then reach 972km from the current 778km.

The new expressways include the expressway section of a passage connecting the city's Chongming Island with Qidong City in neighboring Jiangsu Province.

The expressway, called G40, will help travelers reach from downtown to Qidong in one hour, when traffic is smooth. Presently, in the absence of a direct route, it takes about 3-4 hours to make the journey via road and waterway.

The passage is expected to be completed by 2012.

Other planned expressways include S6, the expressway linking the city's Outer Ring Road to the current G15, a major route going through the town both for north-bound and south-bound vehicles.

Officials said the focus of highway construction would shift from downtown to suburban areas.

Shanghai has 7,753km of highway in suburban and rural areas. The length will reach 10,716km by 2015.

From 2006 to 2010, Shanghai has built or renovated 279km of expressways and finished four bridges spanning the Huangpu River.

Officials said they would also continue efforts to increase the number of electronic toll collection users, a major supporting project to expressway construction and a way to cut the time vehicles spent at toll stations and thereby ease congestion.

There are 80,000 ETC users in the city. In the long-term the number is expected to surpass 300,000.
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Old August 23rd, 2010, 05:10 PM   #1426
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Better tap water on way as reservoir nearly done
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PUDONG New Area residents can look forward to cleaner tap water this December, when the Qingcaosha Reservoir project opens on a trial basis.

Initially, 300,000 tons of water a day will be provided to Pudong households, said the builder, Shanghai Chentou Co.

The Yangtze River will be the source of the reservoir's water. Qingcaosha is next to Changxing Island near the mouth of the Yangtze River.

Pipelines will transport the water to downtown water plants for filtering.

After testing is completed at the end of this year, water capacity will increase to 2.3 million tons a day, Shanghai Chentou said.

When the 17-billion-yuan (US$2.49 billion) reservoir and pipeline project is fully functional, likely in the first half of next year, the total water supply will reach 7.19 million tons.

It will provide better quality tap water to about 10 million people, government officials said.

The city has a shortage of quality water supplies.

Tap water in Shanghai now only meets the country's third highest quality standard.

The project is expected to supply water at the second highest quality level after filtering.

The Qingcaosha Reservoir will be 70 square kilometers or 10 times the size of West Lake in Hangzhou.

At present, 80 percent of Shanghai's tap water comes from the Huangpu River.

Upon completion of the reservoir, up to 50 percent of the city's tap water will be from the Yangtze, authorities said.
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Old August 24th, 2010, 08:55 AM   #1427
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Villa posts highest sale price
By Cao Qian | 2010-8-24 |
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A man walks in front of a residential site in Shanghai yesterday. New home sales in Shanghai were lackluster last week as buyers shunned irrationally high prices. The average property prices in the city climbed 1 percent last week to 20,095 yuan per square meter.

A LUXURY villa project in Pudong New Area registered the highest sale price in Shanghai last week when one of its villas was sold for an average 138,214 yuan (US$20,385) per square meter.

The 494-square-meter unit, located on Yinliu Road in Zhangjiang, was one of 18 luxury villas launched in mid July. The asking price for the remaining 17 villas - with a gross floor area of between 494 square meters and 669 square meters - is 138,000 yuan, according to www.fangdi.com.cn, the city's official real estate website.

"Purchasing power among some Chinese people, particularly the luxury and high-end home buyers, still remains high," said Sky Xue, an analyst with China Real Estate Information Corp (CRIC), a major real estate information, consulting and online services provider. "And we've seen increasing pressure for a rebound in the housing market, particularly in housing price."

Meanwhile, a total of 20 apartments at a high-end residential development in downtown Luwan District were sold for an average 53,277 yuan per square meter last week, and 10 sales contracts were again sealed in Yanlord Town in Lianyang in Pudong during the seven-day period, with an average price of 45,254 yuan per square meter, according to statistics released by CRIC.

Across the city, new home sales were unchanged at 172,000 square meters last week while average prices climbed 1 percent to 20,095 yuan per square meter, according to Shanghai Uwin Real Estate Information Services Co yesterday.

New home supply, meanwhile, rose to 167,000 square meters from 68,000 square meters a week earlier.

Meanwhile, more than 70 percent of respondents view homes in Shanghai as too expensive and 37 percent of them think that houses beyond the Outer Ring Road are particularly overpriced according to a survey done by real estate information portal Soufun.

Over 50 percent of the respondents said they will continue to "wait and see" in the next two months.
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Old August 25th, 2010, 11:23 AM   #1428
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Pudong sets out to woo expats, skilled workers
25 August 2010
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THE Pudong New Area government plans to provide better health care policies for expatriate workers and support the construction of more low-rent apartments for non-local company workers to attract more professionals from home and abroad, government officials said yesterday.

Some expatriates now pay or reimburse their medical bills with health insurance bought from their native countries, an official with the Pudong Human Resources and Social Security Bureau told Shanghai Daily yesterday.

But only one state-owned insurance company in the city is now able to provide the service. The official said if employers bought health insurance for foreigners from the company in Shanghai, the expatriates can enjoy the benefits from the new initiative.

Currently, Pudong has about 780,000 professionals with college degrees and above or greater skills, accounting for one fifth of the city's total. Among them, 15 percent are expatriates or returned Chinese scholars with international perspective.

Pudong plans to attract more professionals in the global rush for elite talents by unveiling a variety of more favorable polices to help the city develop into a financial center and a shipping hub.

Over the next five years, Pudong plans to offer Chinese green cards to 100 foreign professionals. Presently, fewer than 10 foreigners in Pudong have the permanent resident permits.

Moreover, the Pudong government plans to introduce social capital into the construction and operation of low-rent apartments for professionals for the first time.

The government has built or started construction of 1.5 million square meters of low-rent flats for professionals, while the demand is said to be 4.3 million square meters.
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Old August 25th, 2010, 11:38 AM   #1429
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Are they actually planning on building that twisting tower above? It's just described as a 'vision'.
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Old August 25th, 2010, 05:00 PM   #1430
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no, its just a vision, a fantasy made by two architect students from Shanghai.
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Old August 25th, 2010, 05:16 PM   #1431
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HydraScrapers in Shanghai are a Network of Air Purifiers
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The HydraScraper is a sustainable high-rise proposal by Chinese architects Bao Kai and Zhou Yixing from the Tongji University in Shanghai. The skyscraper was inspired on the Hydra organisms which characterize for its multiple tentacles and its ability to synchronize work by creating clusters of thousands of them. The main structure of the HydraSraper is a steel mesh that opens and closes according to wind loads and solar exposure.

The building was designed as a multi-use structure for residential, commercial, and recreational areas. One of its most innovative aspects is its green park that occupies the middle section (30 floors) of the project. Tentacles or bridges emerge from this section and connect to other HydraScrapers creating a network of more than ten skyscrapers in Shanghai’s financial district. The main concept is to create a continuous elevated greenscape that will function as an air purifier lung and as the main park for the entire city. The location of these parks originated from the analysis of solar incidence and wind currents.

Another innovative aspect is the natural ventilation of every interior space through an open core that connects to the park. Offices and residences have individual terraces overlooking the void in direct relationship to other public amenities.



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Old August 27th, 2010, 12:58 AM   #1432
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Old August 31st, 2010, 04:31 AM   #1433
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New home supply seen to touch highest
28 August 2010
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THE supply of new homes in Shanghai is set to hit its highest in three months at the weekend as real estate developers gear up to boost sales, betting on recovering market sentiment in September and October -- a high season for home purchases in China.

A total of 1,950 new homes in at least eight apartment projects, most of which are located beyond the city's Outer Ring Road, are due to be released today and tomorrow -- the largest weekend supply since June, according to leading real estate information portal Soufun.com.

In contrast, the previous weekend saw only 444 apartment units launched, Soufun statistics showed.

Among the latest launches during the weekend, CapitaLand, a Singapore-based developer known for its Raffles brand malls, will have units at two of its residential projects for sale -- The Pinnacle in Pudong New Area and The Metropolis in Kunshan, Jiangsu Province -- injecting a total of more than 400 units into the market.

Located at the intersection of Yanggao Road S. and Gaoke Road W., The Pinnacle, whose units are priced between 27,000 yuan and 33,000 yuan (US$3,970 and US$4,853) per square meter, is the only project introduced within the city's Middle Ring Road.

"The market has corrected steeply as the government's determination to cool the country's overheated housing market remains unchanged," said Lu Yiping, an analyst with Soufun. "Developers, particularly with projects in outlying areas of the city, seemed most aggressive in launching their developments because demand from end-users for mid- to low-class houses remained pretty strong despite an overall sluggish buying momentum since mid-April."

Nine of the 10 best-selling residential projects by area in Shanghai in the week ended August 22 were sold at below 20,000 yuan per square meter on average, according to China Real Estate Information Corp.
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Old September 8th, 2010, 07:32 PM   #1434
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New museum created for Soong's story
2 September 2010
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A NEW museum for the late Soong Ching Ling, Honorary President of the People's Republic of China, began construction yesterday.

Being built inside the Soong Ching Ling Mausoleum in Changning District, the museum is expected to open next June.

Born in 1893 in Shanghai, Soong was the wife of Dr Sun Yat-sen, who fought to establish the Republic of China.

After the establishment of the People's Republic, Soong devoted herself to charitable causes, focusing especially on the welfare of women and children. Many charity foundations are named after her.

Soong died in Beijing in 1981, and laid to rest in the mausoleum in June 1984. She once said, late in life, that she wanted to be buried in Shanghai as she regarded the city as her only hometown.

Some exhibits displayed in the museum will be on show to the public for the first time, mausoleum officials said.
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Old September 12th, 2010, 05:01 PM   #1435
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Old September 15th, 2010, 08:55 AM   #1436
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I wouldn't live there if you paid me. What the hell is out there in those suburbs. Also i know from experience living in Beijing. All those trees you see in the advertisments are parking lots in real life.
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Old September 16th, 2010, 01:58 PM   #1437
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Those are just residential areas, nothing is wrong. I love Pudong's Lian Yang community. It is so quiet, peaceful and clean. Probably the only disadvantage of living in such area would be having no convenient stores anywhere near.

And i am sure the trees are just trees? Having a lot of green plants in your apartment garden is in high demand.
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Old September 18th, 2010, 09:49 AM   #1438
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Call for action on green cities
16 September 2010
Shanghai Daily

SUSTAINABLE and smart development that poses no harm to our mother planet should no longer remain a call for awareness, but a call for action.

On Monday, Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng and Chicago Mayor Richard Daley will do just that when they sign an agreement in Shanghai to formalize an Eco-City Partnership to enhance cooperation between the two cities.

Meanwhile, more than 250 business leaders and government officials will gather in Shanghai today to discuss how to convert the call into real action for building green cities.

The three-day 2010 Sustainability Conference, which is organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai and the Asia Society, will be an occasion for businesses and the government to discuss and map out some plans for the future.

Mark Ginsberg, senior executive at the Office of Energy, Efficiency and Renewable Energy of the United States Department of Energy, Christine Gregoire, governor of the US State of Washington, and Fu Zhihuan, chairman of the Finance Committee of the 10th National People's Congress are among government officials who will take part in the conference and deliver keynote speeches.

Among businessmen, GCL Solar Energy's chief executive officer Hunter Jiang, Kevin Wale, president and managing director of General Motors China, and Shane Tedjarati, CEO of Honeywell China and India, will participate and share their experiences in sustainable development.

"We have many things to say," Tedjarati told Shanghai Daily. "As a company dedicated to making human life better, we hope our technology can save a fortune - because if people want to make a fortune, the first thing is to save one."

Tedjarati pointed out that nearly half of Honeywell's product portfolio is about energy efficiency and said the company is eager to share its technology in China.
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Hi, as far as I remember Shanghai City Government had planned to develop 5 or 6 sub-centres for the city - equal to Xujiahui. I think, Wujiaochang is one of the areas. Can somebody tell me, which are the other planned location and according to which law / plan the decision was based?
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Hi, as far as I remember Shanghai City Government had planned to develop 5 or 6 sub-centres for the city - equal to Xujiahui. I think, Wujiaochang is one of the areas. Can somebody tell me, which are the other planned location and according to which law / plan the decision was based?
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There are four of them, the other two are Huamu in Pudong and Zhenru in Putuo.
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