A whopping 80 percent of Chinese college students report feeling more motivated to study and enjoy life when being in a romantic relationship, according to a new survey. The study also shows that over 60 percent of the students would consider getting married with their college sweethearts after graduation.
Beijing is home to fewer permanent residents and fewer migrant residents compared to last year, according to a blue paper on the city's population.
In a bid to combat noise pollution in the city, Shanghai authorities on Dec 1 started to issue summons for motorcycles that generate more than the permitted level of noise – 80 decibels.
One of China's largest airlines will scrap its non-refundable ticket rule next year.
A video of a man being subdued by a fellow passenger as he tried to grab the steering wheel has gone viral online. The man has been detained by police.
China is fighting "three tough battles" against risk, poverty and pollution in order to deliver a moderately prosperous society by 2020, a goal that was enshrined at the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China six years ago.
The names of 26 recently confirmed victims of the Nanjing Massacre have been engraved on the "wailing wall" of the Memorial Hall for the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders.
The average Australian is overweight despite the majority of the nation considering themselves to be in good health.
A court in central China's Hunan Province on Wednesday sentenced a man to death for an attack that left 15 dead.
Newly discovered plans in a British archive reveal details of a legendary Chinese warship destroyed more than 120 years ago during the First Sino-Japanese War.
A total of 26 names have been newly inscribed on a memorial wall in commemoration of Chinese killed in the Nanjing Massacre by Japanese troops in 1937, bringing the total number of names on the wall to 10,664.
Workers have started to lay tracks for a subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport, local authorities said Wednesday.
December 13 marks China's fifth National Memorial Day for Nanjing Massacre Victims, a day to mourn more than 300,000 Chinese who lost their lives at the hands of Japanese invaders 81 years ago.
When Jiang Wanhe, Party chief of Shisanhao village, tried to persuade his poverty-stricken neighbors in 2012 to turn their houses into restaurants and hotels, no one was enthusiastic.
A whopping 80 percent of Chinese college students report feeling more motivated to study and enjoy life when being in a romantic relationship, according to a new survey.
U.S. schools have become more diverse racially and ethnically, new data released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau showed.
A huge fire broke out Wednesday in a building in Beijing's Zhongguancun Science Park, also known as China's Silicon Valley, according to media reports.
Police in south China's Hainan Province destroyed 1,534.2 kg of illicit drugs and raw materials on Tuesday.
China's MEBO International launched on Tuesday a program in Egypt under a UN initiative for supporting Egyptian hospitals to treat women and children suffering burns.
A NASA-funded study used satellite to search for penguin poo in Antarctica: funny at first sight though, but it resulted in unique insights on the Adelie penguin's diet and its future as the climate changes.
Australia's Northern Territory has launched an online training program to help tourism operators prepare for an influx of Chinese visitors.
A gunman shot and killed four people at a church in Brazil on Tuesday before turning the gun on himself, according to local media.
The year 2018 marks the fifth straight year that Mediterranean migrant arrivals to Europe has topped the 100,000 threshold, although this year's figure of the arrival of irregular migrants and refugees to Europe by sea is lower from previous years, the UN migrant agency said Tuesday.
A United Nations environment agency on Tuesday called for renewed action to tackle plastic pollution for mountains to mark the Dec. 11 International Mountains Day.
A large-scale stamp exhibition was opened Tuesday at Belgium's University of Leuven to commemorate the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening up.
The death toll of the shooting near a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg Tuesday evening has risen to four, several were wounded, local media reported.
A study of 75 children and their families found that parents spend more time talking with kids about the mechanics of using their mobile devices than they do about what their kids watch and download on those devices.
Young Chinese people have a stronger national identity and are more confident in the country's development than previously, according to a survey carried in China Youth Daily Tuesday.
Hangzhou has surpassed Beijing for the first time in the third quarter of 2018 as the most attractive city for new graduates, according to a report by a job-hunting website zhipin.com.
Almost four out of 10 South Korean newlyweds had no child as of 2017, a government data showed Tuesday.