Foxconn Industrial Internet, a subsidiary of the world's largest contract manufacturer Foxconn, has enabled most of its production lines and factories to be fully automated by using industrial Internet solutions, said its vice president Vincent Chen.
A policeman has gained wide attention on social media after a picture showed him squatting on a street corner eating a bowl of instant noodles, just like an exhausted migrant worker, while on duty chasing a suspect.
A bank manager has thrown cold water on cash-folded bouquets used by a man to celebrate the birthday of his girlfriend in Southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality.
A system set up by the Ministry of Public Security has helped find 2,980 missing children since its launch in May 2016, the ministry said on Thursday.
A leading child psychiatrist has urged schools to pay attention to the psychological effects on children of installing intelligent, video-based education systems.
A new type of medium-low-speed magnetic levitation (maglev) train that can achieve a top speed of 160 kilometers per hour completed a successful test run in Tangshan City, North China's Hebei Province, on Wednesday.
China's first domestic proprietary distributed control system (DCS), known as FirmSys, has been applied in the No. 5 generating unit of the Yangjiang nuclear power station.
Bank of Shanghai and China Construction Bank signed an agreement to launch China’s first blockchain-based Letter of Credit on Tuesday.
A Southern Airlines plane made an emergency landing at Changshui International Airport in Kunming City, Southwest China’s Yunnan Province after a passenger fell into coma on Tuesday morning.
A majority of young Chinese singles would rather wait for the right partner than settle for someone who was just OK, and half attributed their marital pressure to their parents, according to a survey reported by China Youth Daily.
China's leading ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing now requires users of its carpooling service to undertake face recognition twice for rides longer than 30 kilometers.
The number of Chinese Internet-based learners has reached 144 million with the booming online education sector expected to grow over 20 percent a year, said a white paper by the Education Management of Information Center at the Ministry of Education.
More housekeeping companies in Beijing are hiring people directly from poverty-stricken areas as the capital experiences a shortage of 400,000 to 500,000 domestic helpers, Beijing Youth reported.
China's domestic Beidou Navigation Satellite System will start serving countries along the Belt and Road by the end of 2018, the Beijing News reported.
The world's largest radio telescope is set to get even stronger - the 500-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) will become more sensitive to radio signals once installation of a new 19-beam receiver is complete.
China launched the first demonstration zone for an ultrafast 5G communication network on Thursday in Hongqiao Business District of Shanghai, in the run-up to China International Import Expo.
Chinese electric bicycle manufacturers have been given 11 months to upgrade their products to meet stricter standards released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on Thursday.
Illegal activities have led to the closure of 20,000 online food providers that did business on China’s three major web platforms ? Ele.me, Meituan and Baidu ? following a recent supervision campaign, according to the Beijing Food and Drug Administration.
More than 100 Chinese listed companies have begun disclosing their efforts in environmental protection, an indication of growing awareness to go green among businesses, Shanghai Securities News reported Thursday.
OneSpace Technology, China's first private rocket producer, declared the maiden launch of the company’s OS-X0 rocket from a testing base in Northwest China a success Thursday.
China will change its “one long-haul international route, one airline” policy in a move expected to reduce air ticket prices and increase competition, according to the Civil Aviation Administration of China.
South Korean retail giant Lotte has sold its 72 supermarket stores and 15 properties for 1.665 billion yuan ($2.62 billion) to regional retailer Liqun Group from east China's Shandong Province, according to China.com.cn.
The competition among Chinese cities to lure talent reflects a new development philosophy that aligns with economic transformation, said Meng Wei, spokesperson for the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).
Double amputee Xia Boyu has made headlines at home and abroad for reaching the summit of Mount Qomolangma on his fifth attempt to climb the peak.
Twenty-two years after China’s last vinyl record production line was shut down, a workshop has opened in Shanghai as fans of the retro music format see signs of a comeback.
China's leading ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing has announced a series of measures including the use of face recognition to enhance the carpooling service following the public outcry over the death of a young woman taking a ride.
China's National Health Commission plans to amend a 24-year-old regulation covering iodized salt, demanding that producers provide non-iodized salt to meet the needs of some groups.
The Ministry of Transport has urged regional authorities to review the carpooling business, saying that social networking services of related apps have strayed from its original goal.
A number of passengers have been banned from flying for one year after their unruly behavior caused disruptions, according to authorities in Liaoning Province.
China's infrastructure investment has continued its slowdown, but there’s good reason for it and potential is still huge, said Liu Aihua, spokeswoman for the National Bureau of Statistics, on Tuesday.