Emergency crews in Japan are continuing to search for more than a dozen people still missing on Tuesday after Typhoon Hagibis ripped through Japan over the weekend causing widespread damage and killing at least 64 people.
Another 24 live streaming sites and nine video platforms have launched anti-addiction efforts for juvenile users, according to the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC).
New plans to amend Beijing's garbage management rules include fines of 200 yuan ($28) for those who fail to correctly sort their trash.
Wuxi, Jiangsu province, has ordered the strictest crackdown on overloaded vehicles and unsafe use of gas in public places in the city following an overpass collapse and a deadly gas explosion last week that shocked the whole country.
China has rolled out a plan for the control of HIV transmission in a bid to keep HIV/AIDS prevalence in the country at a low level.
North China will see warmer days after Tuesday as the cold air continues its way south, bringing cooler temperatures to some cities in southern regions.
The China Writers Association (CWA) has funded the publication of 80 works and supported 578 projects on ethnic minority literature since 2013.
Migrant arrivals have continued to increase, reaching almost 150,000 in the year ended March 2019, however, more people are also leaving New Zealand long term, the statistics department Stats NZ said on Tuesday.
Ministries of finance and emergency management on Monday allocated an emergency funding of 72 million yuan (about 10.2 million U.S. dollars) for drought relief in north China's Shanxi Province.
The selection of the winners of China's ninth Mother River Award, a prominent honor for individuals and groups for their contribution to promoting ecological conservation among youth and children, has been launched, the organizer said Monday.
Typhoon Hagibis, which swept across central and eastern Japan on Saturday and Sunday, has claimed at least 58 lives in Japan as of Monday as search-and-rescue operations continued in flood- and landslide-hit areas of Nagano and other prefectures.
China's first app tool to prevent teenagers from getting addicted to internet has been launched on 53 video apps from major domestic live-streaming to short video platforms, Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) announced on Monday.
A Shenzhen plan that allows the mercy killing of stray dogs, which are not adopted for more than 14 days, has sparked controversy on whether it is the best way to manage strayed animals.
On Monday the Yunnan High People's Court retried a high-profile case involving Sun Xiaoguo, who received the death penalty for multiple crimes but later had his sentence reduced to 20 years in prison due to the wrongful application of laws.
One person was confirmed dead and four others are still trapped after a bank's office building collapsed Monday morning in northeast China's Jilin Province, local authorities said.
With a terrorism-style explosion and a slash-neck attack, masked rioters have become more aggressive in attacking police officers in escalating violent incidents in Hong Kong.
A homemade bomb appeared for the first time in this year's Hong Kong protests when an improvised explosive device (RCIED), controlled remotely from a mobile phone, was detonated just two meters away from a police vehicle in Mong Kok district on the night of October 13.
An extremely rare species of freshwater jellyfish the size of a penny, that has existed for 550 million years and predates dinosaurs, was recently spotted in an advanced wastewater treatment facility in South China.
Nearly 60 percent of Chinese users are willing pay to listen to music online with the sector on the right track amid copyright protection measures, People’s Daily reported.
Beijing will introduce rules to refine public manners ranging from dog-raising to red-light running, according to the Standing Committee of the municipal people's congress.
China has confirmed a new case of African swine fever in its northwestern Gansu province.
China plans to recruit about 24,000 civil servants to work for 86 central agencies and 23 institutions directly attached to them in the 2020 civil servant intake, the State Administration of Civil Service said Monday.
A shooting in Philadelphia, the largest city in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, on Sunday injured six people ranging from 14 to 27 years of age, according to local police.
Typhoon Hagibis, which swept across central and eastern Japan on Saturday and Sunday, has claimed at 44 lives in Japan on Monday as search-and-rescue operations continued in flood- and landslide-hit areas of Nagano and other prefectures.
A panorama of China's railway history unfolds when Zhao Yujun, 68, opens his collection book, which contains more than 4,000 train tickets collected over the past 35 years.
Over the past 70 years since the founding of the People's Republic of China, there have been many unsung heroes who devoted their lives to the well-being of the people and the development of the country.
Four people have been rescued out of the six who were trapped under the debris after an office building under construction collapsed 6:40 a.m. local time on Monday in Baicheng City, northeast China's Jilin Province, said the local fire brigade department.
Five Chinese crew members have been killed after a Panama registered cargo ship sank in Tokyo Bay on Saturday night due to Typhoon Hagibis, Japan Coast Guard said.
A pair of twin pandas met the public at the Beijing Zoo Sunday, bringing the zoo's panda population to ten.
A university in Sichuan province expelled a graduate student from the school for his brutal slaughter of dogs.