As a competitive Olympic sport, trampoline has a limited number of fans, but in the past two years it has become an increasingly popular recreational activity in many Chinese cities.
The Palace Museum in Beijing has teamed up with Chinese Internet giant Tencent to launch its first music album, which ties in with 11 of the most famous paintings in the museum’s collection.
Online travel service platform Mafengwo denied that it had used copied user-generated content on its site after criticism in a social media report went viral.
The Beijing Real Estate Intermediary Association said it will hold companies accountable that jack up house rents despite pledges as an investigation is underway.
Mutual insurance product “Xianghubao”, jointly launched by Trust Mutual Life and Alibaba’s financial arm Ant Financial, has become hugely popular in China, attracting 3.3 million policy holders in three days.
Tsinghua University has withdrawn a student’s title of doctor and suspended his supervisor’s ability to enroll graduate students following serious academic misconduct.
The China Consumers Association urged Apple on Friday not to shirk responsibility and play down its security loopholes in digital payment following reported financial losses by users.
Investor sentiment has driven the recent stock downturn and current equity valuations are not in line with sound economic fundamentals, said Yi Gang, China’s central bank governor on Friday.
The upcoming China International Import Expo in Shanghai is poised to showcase some of the world’s latest breakthroughs in technology.
The current trade tensions between China and the United States are having a limited impact on Chinese companies, Ministry of Commerce spokesperson Gao Feng said at a press briefing on Thursday.
Two companies in Hong Kong have introduced new coach services to ply the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao bridge, which is set to open Tuesday.
The Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region, has denied online rumors that the 1,300-year-old palace will be closed in 2020 due to building subsidence.
Researchers at China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASC) said a Japanese company's plan to build a city on the moon visited by 10,000 people a year by 2040 sounded like a daydream, Science and Technology Daily reported on Thursday.
A mysterious whirlpool in Qiantang River, which created an online sensation on Wednesday, was the result of naturally occurring methane gas and foaming agents used in the construction of a subway tunnel, according to experts.
A research association in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu has announced plans to launch an illumination satellite in 2020, which will resemble an artificial moon, Science and Technology Daily reported.
Tianjin Airlines will no longer provide free food in economy class for domestic flights starting from Oct. 28 amid a slew of changes to customize the in-flight service.
About 40 percent of left-behind children meet their parents at most twice a year, according to a report by non-profit organization dedicated to the psychological condition of children.
There's still much space for development in Chinese housing market due to the small size of homes, said Gu Yunchang, deputy director of a housing policy committee at the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, on Wednesday.
Shanghai’s cyberspace affairs administration has summoned meetings with 23 companies running apps that have been found requesting excessive access to personal user information.
The number of freight trains on the China-Europe rail service network, a crucial part of the Belt and Road initiative, has now reached 11,000 trips, said Ning Jizhe, vice-chairman of the National Development Reform Commission
China's BeiDou navigation system is increasingly employing homegrown components, said Ma Jiaqing, deputy director of the China Satellite Navigation Office.
Beijing is facing rapid growth in its elderly population, with 3.33 million residents aged 60 or older registered at the end of 2017, up from 2.63 million in 2012, according to a new report.
China opposes discriminatory rules on state-owned enterprises (SOEs), said Peng Huagang, spokesperson of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission.
Qiu Baoxing, a former vice minister of Housing and Urban-Rural Development and a member of the State Council, has suggested that authorities should impose a vacancy tax on empty homes amid measures to “gradually flatten, rather than pierce through” the real estate bubble.
Beijing’s environmental authorities have vowed to increase controls on diesel-powered trucks, which are considered to be a major air polluter.
Chinese Parents, a new life simulation game in Mandarin, is gaining popularity and praise among players for its mirroring of real life.
The General Administration of Customs said a number of elements contributed to stable growth in foreign trade in the first three quarters of the year.
Hong Kong bounced back to lead Chinese cities after trailing Shanghai for five years in a row in the latest Global City Competitiveness Ranking.
BGI, a Shenzhen-based company principally engaged in diagnosis and research related to genomics, has completed an enormous genome study of more than 140,000 pregnant Chinese women, the largest of its kind for the Chinese population to date.
Didi Chuxing, China's largest ride-hailing service, has introduced a new policy allowing both passengers and drivers to blacklist each other.