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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Shanghai

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Dustin Johnson leads the way as McIlroy falters late on
The Northern Irishman threw away three shots late on.
Guthrie four ahead in Shanghai as McIlroy hangs on
The Northern Irishman said he felt more comfortable with his play in the wind after his second round of level par 72.
Two teenage girls confirmed dead in San Francisco plane crash
Two teenage girls, aged 16 and 17, on their way to summer camp in the US were killed after a passenger jet crashed at San Francisco airport yesterday.
Dead pigs in river show dark side of China food industry
Thousands of dead pigs found in a Shanghai river have cast a spotlight on China’s poorly regulated farm production.
'The route is littered with death' - Irish adventurers recall 16,000km trek to Shanghai
David Burns and Maghnus Collins set off on the Silk Route in March 2012 to raise funds for Self Help Africa.
Ireland wins 'most popular destination' award at ceremony in China
This is the second time Ireland has scooped the award at the ceremony in Shangai.
Irish adventurers near end of 16,000km trek from Istanbul to Shanghai
Maghnus Collins and David Burns are 450km from the finishing post but more challenges are in-store.
Photos: The world’s longest toy train tracks
Let’s hope this doesn’t go off the rails (ho ho!)
McIlroy in the mix as Donaldson sets Shanghai alight
Jamie Donaldson shot a course record 62 to lead by four shots on the first day of the BMW Masters at Lake Malaren.
McIlroy chases Donald feat in Shanghai
The world number one will play his opening two rounds with Lee Westwood and Justin Rose in a mouthwatering match-up.
DreamWorks plans giant $3.2 billion China theme park
The park will be in competition with Disney which has already started to build its own multi-billion theme park in Shanghai.
Three-month-old kitten recovering after cross-Pacific journey – without food
It’s not known how the kitten ended up in a shipping container which made a two-week trip from China to the US.
US social media account in China disappears
A microblogging account belonging to the US consulate has disappeared overnight.
In pictures: Is this the cutest plane in the world?
Or is it all a bit too much?
Jenson Button gracious in defeat to 'faultless' Nico Rosberg
The Englishman was left to lament a fitting problem with his McLaren, while pleased that his team is leading both world championships.
Kenny welcomes €5 million Chinese investment by Morgan McKinley
The Taoiseach has welcomed a €5million investment in China by the Irish-owned company, which has its corporate and administrative headquarters in Cork.
Enda tells Chinese investors that Ireland "is growing again"
Someone must have missed last week’s CSO news…
F1 driver convicted of grievous bodily harm
Adrian Sutil, formerly of the Force India team, stood accused of assaulting a Renault team executive in a Shanghai nightclub.
China celebrates Singles Day with weddings and fried dough sticks
Bachelor parties, romantic comedies and shopping sprees are some of the other ways to mark the Divine Day of Singles.
Tiger: Williams has apologised over racial slur
Tiger and his former bag man shook hands today and are moving on after Williams’ misjudged comments.
The Morning Score: Friday
Here’s everything you need to know this morning – unless you’re George Papandreou.
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the globe.
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
In tonight’s Fix: Who is on the ballot paper for the presidential election?; why is Ireland’s international reputation falling further?; and just who is Alessio Rastani?
More than 210 injured in Shanghai metro collision
More than two hundred people have been hurt in a train collision in Shanghai earlier today – the incident comes just two months after a deadly train crash in Wenzhou killed at least 40 people.
Eight children injured in Shanghai daycare centre attack
A female staff member reportedly attacked the children, seriously injuring one.
Remember that fake Apple store? China's found 22 more - in ONE city
Authorities in Kunming have gone on the hunt for more fake “Apple Stores” – and found another 22 unauthorised sellers.
Lochte nabs third consecutive gold at Swimming Worlds
Chilled-out Floridian Ryan Lochte continued his fine form today, dominating the field of the 200m backstroke to take his third successive gold in Shanghai.
Lochte swims into the record books
Ryan Lochte of the United States has become the first athlete of the post-bobysuit era to set a swimming world record, taking gold in 200m IM at the Swimming World Championships in Shanghai. Micheal Phelps finished second.
Chinese authorities shut imposter 'Apple stores' - as more are uncovered elsewhere
Two of the five shops masquerading as Apple Stores have been shut down by authorities for not having the right licence.
Here's the Apple store selling iPhones and iPads that's actually a fake
China, long known for producing counterfeit consumer gadgets, software and brand name clothing, has reached a new piracy milestone – fake Apple stores.
Chinese basketball legend Yao Ming retires
Injury-plagued NBA star formally announces his decision after weeks of speculation.
Chinese city cancels St Patrick's Day parade over fears of protests
Shanghai will not be celebrating Paddy’s Day this year over fears that the Arab world’s ‘jasmine revolution’ will spread to China.