China’s first batch of oranges from Italy arrived at a farmer’s market in the Pudong New Area on March 19.
|[!--empirenews.page--]|[!--empirenews.page--]|Donut Sticks launched by McDonald's in America have gone viral recently. They resemble a traditional Chinese breakfast item "Youtiao" (fried dough sticks) both in shape and taste. Many Chinese are thus flocking to the stores to gratify their patriotic stomachs and even heal their homesickness.[!--empirenews.page--]|[!--empirenews.page--]|The Smurfs, a world-famous cartoon franchise, will settle in the Shanghai Shimao Dream City, jointly announced the Shimao Group and the International Merchandising Promotions & Services S.A, the copyright owner, on March 20, 2019. Shanghai Shimao Dream City is adjacent to the Quarry Hotel InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland in Songjiang District.[!--empirenews.page--]|Shanghai has been making every effort to advocate waste management since the approval of the city’s first-ever domestic garbage management regulation, and a Hungarian girl named Kate has been doing her bit.[!--empirenews.page--]|In 1852, ten years after Shanghai’s opening as a treaty port during Emperor Xianfeng of the Qing Dynasty’s reign, a large number of foreigners had flooded into Shanghai.[!--empirenews.page--]|Top-level Shanghai Planetarium begins to take shape[!--empirenews.page--]|100 most beautiful Asia-Pacific faces 2018 released[!--empirenews.page--]|March 20 is the International Day of Happiness. Last April, the UN’s World Happiness Report 2018 was released and China was ranked 86th on the list. Some Chinese netizens cast doubt on the analysis methods, due to China’s low ranking but impressive economic performance. One year has passed, so is China happier now? Before the International Day of Happiness arrived this year, some Chinese shared their thoughts on happiness in their lives.