China's IT giant Tencent will allow users of its popular messaging software QQ to permanently delete their accounts, the first such move since it went online 20 years ago.
The Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, has crossed off a hugely popular hotpot dish from the royal life-themed menu after stirring up heated discussion.
Baidu CEO Robin Li, also a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, urged on Monday for ethical research and top-level design of AI amid the increasing use of artificial intelligence.
An army of robots will assist with the daily operation and maintenance of the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST), the world's largest single-dish radio telescope, in Guizhou Province, said Lin Hao, the deputy head of the province’s Science and Technology Department.
China will launch its first driverless maglev train early next year, thanks to a number of technological breakthroughs, said Zhou Qinghe, the chairman of CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive Co., Ltd.
China will send a rover to Mars in 2020 to orbit, land and conduct astronomical observation, said Wu Weiren, the chief designer of China's lunar exploration program, on Sunday.
China’s Internet giant Tencent has started experimenting with "parental approval" in three cities amid efforts to prevent little players from becoming addicted to online games.
The CJ-6, originally a Chinese military trainer aircraft designed and built by Hongdu Aircraft Industry Group, has won approval to be transformed for use in the civilian aviation industry.
Authorities have introduced a slew of measures to clean up the world's highest peak Qomolangma, Ministry of Ecology and Environment spokesperson Liu Youbin said on Thursday.
Hong Kong’s stock exchange operator has announced its strategy for the next three years, pledging to expand connect schemes with the Chinese mainland.
Beijing will earmark 235.4 billion yuan ($35 billion) for investment in 300 key projects this year, including a 42.1- billion-yuan comprehensive transportation hub in the sub-center Tongzhou.
Chinese investors have been increasingly withdrawing from overseas real estate markets in recent years following tightened loan policies, said a report by global real-estate services company Cushman & Wakefield.
The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area will play an important role in the global digital economy, according to a report by the Center for Internet Development and Governance at Tsinghua University and social media site LinkedIn.
JD.com Inc, one of China's largest e-commerce sites, announced Monday that it will recruit up to 15,000 employees this year, just one week after announcing plans to lay off 10 percent of its senior executives.
China’s first blue paper on mental health showed about 3 percent of people in the world’s most populated country suffer from serious mental disorders.
Bytedance, parent company of content aggregator Jinri Toutiao and short video app Douyin, has denied media reports of an IPO plan on the Nasdaq-style board for tech companies to be launched in Shanghai.
Alibaba will continue its open recruitment and increase training programs instead of laying off employees this year, said Zhang Yong, CEO of the e-commerce giant.
China’s nine central government departments have released a new guideline to further prevent discrimination against women in the job market.
Hainan will gradually establish a provincial regulation and standards system for banning the production, sale and use of single-use, non-degradable plastic products by the end of 2019, followed by a complete ban on plastic bags and tableware by the end of 2020.
Education authorities in Beijing released a new guideline on Thursday to increase food safety at kindergartens and schools at all levels.
China’s leading mobile payment app Alipay, an affiliate of ecommerce giant Alibaba, announced on Thursday it will impose a 0.1 percent fee on credit card payments starting March 26.
Chinese smartphone makers are set to show off handsets for the next generation of mobile Internet, 5G, at the Mobile World Congress 2019—the most important mobile technologies trade fair in the world.
Beijing has released its new action plan to fight air pollution in 2019, adopting a new indicator used by developed countries to gauge air quality.
Shanghai took the national lead with its annual per capita disposable income of 64,183 yuan ($9,500) in 2018, according to data released by national and regional bureaus of statistics.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD confirmed Tuesday that it would lay off 10 percent of senior executives above vice-president level in 2019 based on performance.
Ningbo and Zhengzhou became the latest cities in China to generate more than 1 trillion yuan by the end of 2018, bringing the total number of "1 trillion yuan club" cities in the country to 16.
The Palace Museum netted a whopping 1.5 billion yuan ($220 million) in sales revenue during 2017 through marketing its historical relics and cultural collections, Shan Jixiang, curator of the museum, said at the Yabuli China Entrepreneurs Forum.
Chinese double amputee climber Xia Boyu won the Sporting Moment of the Year prize at the prestigious Laureus World Sports Awards.
The finance affiliate of China’s e-commerce giant JD.com said it has fixed a problem with its app suspected of infringing upon user privacy.
All tickets for late-night entry to the Palace Museum during China's Lantern Festival were booked within seconds.