China has continuously improved its "going global" strategy and management system to ensure that the country’s outbound foreign direct investment grows along with the best economic period in history, said a report by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT).
Over 80 percent of respondents in a survey said they have received spam messages or advertising phone calls, with apps increasingly the source of leaked personal data, according to a survey by China Consumers Association.
A court in Dalian City of Liaoning Province has decided the 181464.32-yuan ($26,680) inheritance of a man who died alone will go to the state after no direct relatives were found.
Shanghai police are investigating a potential massive data breach involving leading Chinese hotel chain operator Huazhu Group Ltd.
Wang Fumin, deputy head of transportation in Guangdong Province, said the country’s largest ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing has been uncooperative in supervision.
A residential community in Shanghai’s Zhabei District has put into use smart dustbins amid the city’s campaign to realize household garbage classification by 2020.
Five passengers were slightly injured after a Beijing Capital Airlines plane made an emergency landing at Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport on its route from Beijing to Macao on Tuesday.
China regards Africa as a key partner in the “Belt and Road” initiative and is ready to ensure mutual prosperity, said a senior official with the Ministry of Commerce.
China has introduced a range of measures to increase imports from Africa and will continue to open its markets to the continent, said Qian Keming, vice minister of commerce.
A high school in Suixian County, Henan Province has garnered attention online for removing chairs from the school canteen to prod students into finishing their food quickly.
Some 33,500 taxis in Beijing, about half of the total, are now equipped with the domestic BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), according to the Beijing Municipal Commission of Economy and Information Technology.
China’s cargo delivery service huolala.cn said it has banned a truck driver permanently for verbally harassing a woman in Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province.
Ren Zhiwu, head of high-tech at the National Development and Reform Commission, told a news briefing that China's emerging industries are still booming despite a complicated international trade environment.
China has released a list of 28 civil aviation projects worth a total of 110 billion yuan ($16 billion) now open to private investment.
A worldwide campaign to seek an image design for the giant panda has kicked off during the first China Giant Panda International Culture Week in Beijing, with the aim of promoting the unique bear as a cultural symbol to the world.
The State Council, China’s cabinet, is requiring primary and secondary schools to better regulate enrollment to ensure they remain independent from the influences of training organizations.
Illegal lottery and gambling apps can still be found on App Store in China and Android platforms despite a ban, Shanghai-based The Paper reported.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) and the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST) signed an agreement on Wednesday to jointly develop a camera for China’s first Mars probe.
A top tourist attraction in southwest China's Sichuan Province has begun charging irresponsible tourists for emergency rescues after increased service strain.
A research institute in northeastern China’s Changchun City has announced a breakthrough in creating the world’s largest silicon carbide (SiC) single mirror blank with a record-breaking diameter of 4.03m, expected to be widely applied to large-scale telescopes.
The cost of living in China’s first-tier cities is now among the highest in the world, according to a survey by consulting company Mercer.
Nearly 80 percent of Chinese students who returned home after finishing education abroad thought their job salaries were lower than expected, according to a report by thinktank Center for China and Globalization and online recruitment platform zhaopin.com.
China's online population hit 802 million at the end of June, up 3.8 percent from six months ago, and 788 million of them, or 98.3 percent, used mobile phones to surf the Internet, according to the latest report by the China Internet Network Information Center.
Beijing’s 10 apartment renting platforms have pledged not to raise the rent and offer a total stock of 120,000 apartments to help maintain market stability, Beijing Evening News reported on Monday.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has launched an artificial intelligence (AI) tool to fight spam messages including pornographic content in audio form using voiceprint recognition technology.
The greater outer ring road of Beijing opened to the public on Monday at noon with the Tongzhou-Daxing section was finally put into service, closing a gap in the 940-km loop-line, said Beijing Municipal Commission of Transportation on Monday.
China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs has launched an investigation to determine the relationship among three African swine fever outbreaks, China National Radio reported on Monday.
The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) sent a team to assist investigation into Xiamen Airlines Flight CXA8667 that crash landed at Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport in the Philippines on Thursday, the administration said on Friday.
Hangzhou in East China's Zhejiang Province has launched an “all-in-one card” service exclusively for top-notch international talent as it woos more professionals to work or start a business in the city, a popular tourism destination in China.
Beijing will be linked with Xiongan New Area, which spans three counties in Hebei Province about 100 km southwest of the capital, within an hour’s drive, according to an expressway plan released by Beijing Municipal Commission of Urban Planning and Land and Resources Management.