Home / Photos

World's top three advance at Shanghai Masters

[2012-10-11 11:23]

Kei Nishikori's dream run that took him to the Japan Open tennis title last week was cut short in China when he lost 6-2 1-6 4-6 to Sam Querrey of the US in the second round of the Shanghai Masters.

Chinese official under probe for owning 21 houses

[2012-10-11 09:54]

An investigation is under way into an urban management official in South China's Guangdong province after online muckrakers found he and his family members own 21 houses.

Dormitory blaze kills 14, injures 22

[2012-10-11 07:18]

Fire in a workers' dormitory at a construction site in Zhouzhi county, Xi'an, Northwest China's Shaanxi province, killed 14 on Wednesday morning.

2 Americans win Nobel Prize in Chemistry

[2012-10-10 20:50]

Two American scientists Robert J. Lefkowitz and Brian K. Kobilka won the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry,, announced Staffan Normark in Stockholm.

Groundless report threatens US jobs: Huawei

[2012-10-10 19:42]

The accusations by a US House committee against Huawei put tens of thousands of jobs in jeopardy and are likely to cause huge damage to its economy.

Trained panda ready to return to nature

[2012-10-10 14:01]

The first wild-grown panda, Tao Tao "graduated" from wildlife training on Sunday.

McGrady to play in China's CBA, report

[2012-10-10 11:03]

Seven-time NBA All-Star Tracy McGrady has inked a one-year deal with China's CBA team Qingdao DoubleStar, a report said on Wednesday.

Driving bans top list of tough measures

[2012-10-10 07:16]

Bus drivers and truckers found under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be banned from the roads for life.

Mo Yan earns praise for historical perspectives

[2012-10-10 07:07]

As speculations intensify over this year's Nobel Prize in literature, much attention has been focused on Mo Yan, a heavyweight on China's literary scene since the mid-1980s.

Harvest season

[2012-10-09 11:16]

It is time to harvest crops across the country.

Illegal taxis keep on rolling despite penalties

[2012-10-09 00:26]

Despite government crackdowns and rigorous penalties for rogue cabs, industry insiders say the illegal vehicles are still thriving in Beijing.

Ice train begins trial operations

[2012-10-09 00:22]

A high-speed railway linking major cities in Northeast China began trial operations on Monday, ahead of its launch at the end of the year.

Most Popular
Hot Topics
The Week in Photos