To protect the environment of the Yangtze River, authorities have established 29,117 hydrological stations in the river's basin and about 4,500 water quality monitoring sites, according to the Yangtze River Water Conservancy Commission.
Junzi Kitchen, a fast-casual restaurant specializing in northern Chinese dishes, has recently opened its second New York location, again a big hit.
China Cuisine Association has announced plans to study a new evaluation system for cuisine and establish signature dishes according to regions.
With nine hours and a fare of about 1,000 yuan ($146), passengers are able to travel from Hong Kong to Beijing through the much-awaited Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong High Speed Rail when the Hong Kong Section is put into use next month.
China’s young jobseekers born in and after 1995 are likely to quit their first job within seven months on average, said LinkedIn.
According to the Animal Disease Prevention and Control Center of Huanan County in Jiamusi, newly purchased sheep from the province’s Qitaihe City died from suspected anthrax at a local breeding site.
Nearly 360,000 applicants are waiting for new-energy car license plates in Beijing, while the number of those applying for conventional car plates has reached 2.96 million, according to official data.
Organizers of the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games launched a worldwide campaign to seek mascot designs on Aug. 8, the 10th anniversary of China’s successful hosting of the Summer Olympic Games in 2008.
A 40-strong team was formally established on Tuesday to protect the migration of endangered Tibetan antelopes in Sanjiangyuan National Park, northwest China's Qinghai Province.
A Beijing lawyer has warned of the risk of too much hype over MacCoin, the "currency" issued by McDonald's to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its iconic Big Mac burger.
East China's Zhejiang Province is to develop a "Greater Bay Area" centered on its capital Hangzhou, with a planned investment of one trillion yuan ($146 billion) into the transportation sector over five years, according to the province's top economic planner.
Shanghai has unveiled a plan to allow graduates from two top universities to acquire the city’s hukou, or household residency, as a measure to attract top talent.
Twin girls from Beijing have drowned while playing at a beach in eastern Qingdao City, the Beijing News reported on Monday.
China's national consumer expenditure per capita went up 6.7 percent year-on-year to reach 9,609 yuan ($1,402) in the first six months, while Shanghai residents took the lead in both
A student team from Harbin Engineering University has won first place in the 21st International RoboSub Competition held in San Diego, the United States, setting a record among Chinese universities.
Hong Kong is planning to open the city's first-ever public Chinese medicine hospital, said Chief Executive of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Carrie Lam on Sunday.
A Thai marine affairs official said rescuers plan to salvage the capsized tourist boat Phoenix next week.
Authorities at the Qinghai Lake scenic area have suspended activities such as sightseeing and photographing to protect the natural reserve area near the largest inland and salt water lake in northwestern China.
The Chinese Consulate-General in Kota Denpasar confirmed that 37 Chinese tourists have been found after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake on Sunday killed at least 82 people on the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok.
Kok Soo Chon, lead investigator of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, said searching for the Boeing 777 will continue only if there’s reliable information.
The Sino-U.S. trade conflict is hitting German companies doing business in both countries hard, according to a report by the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK).
Ma Jingjing, a 12-year-old Chinese girl, went missing from her tour group at Reagan National Airport outside Washington on Thursday, the suspected victim of abduction, said authorities in Virginia.
Forbes has launched its 30 Under 30 China List, highlighting 600 of the most talented young industry leaders and innovators in the world’s second largest economy, with most from first-tier cities and the youngest only 18 years old.
The Ministry of Education and the National Health Commission have released a draft plan to include children’s short-sightedness in the government performance evaluation system and also make a number of requirements for schools and parents covering eye care.
China’s Central Meteorological Observatory initiated a Level IV emergency response on Thursday to prepare for Typhoon Jongdari, the 12th storm of the year.
A library in Shenzhen, one of China’s booming modern metropolises and a technology hub, has become the focus of discussion after it closed its doors to children under-14.
The speed of Fuxing bullet trains running on the Beijing-Tianjin intercity rail line will increase to 350 kph starting Aug. 8 as the important transport route marks its 10th anniversary.
Sino-foreign joint education ventures will be exempt from paying value-added tax on revenues earned from providing education for academic qualifications, the State Administration of Taxation announced on Wednesday.
A Singaporean Chinese couple has become the first in Chongqing to be issued a permanent "green card", or Chinese residency permit for foreigners, thanks to a recommendation from the city's Pilot Free-Trade Zone.
China's market regulation authorities have started an investigation into alleged sale of counterfeit products by the online group discounter Pinduoduo, which is listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange.