2,000 Chinese tourists return from Nepal

2015-04-28 14:29:53

About 2,000 Chinese tourists have arrived home, while 400 remained stranded at a airport in quake-hit Kathmandu as airlines race to evacuate them following Saturday's earthquake, said Chinese Embassy in Nepal on Monday.

Watchdog says Sinopec chief faces investigation

2015-04-28 07:20:02

Wang Tianpu, president of Asia's biggest crude oil refiner, is under investigation for suspected "serious disciplinary violations".

Red Cross Society of China delivers relief supplies to Nepal

2015-04-28 09:22:25

The Red Cross Society of China started to deliver the first batch of relief supplies to earthquake-stricken Nepal from Beijing on Monday.

4,000 Chinese stranded in quake-hit Nepal

2015-04-27 15:15:59

Chinese airlines have evacuated more than 1000 nationals from quake-hit Nepal, while 4000 more still await rescue. Twenty-four Chinese have died in the earthquake.

Tibet suffers devastating ripple effects

2015-04-27 07:48:07

20 Chinese killed, thousands affected; massive rescue operation underway

Disaster holds lessons for China

2015-04-27 07:35:21

The devastating Nepal earthquake offers China fresh lessons on how to more effectively protect its citizens and their property in the quake-prone country.

Chinese airlines deny price hike for Nepal flights

2015-04-27 14:40:45

China's major airlines dismissed rumors that they raised ticket prices for evacuation flights from quake-hit Nepal on Monday.

Severe drought hits Southwest China

2015-04-27 10:01:10

Due to lack of rainfall in the region, 245,000 mu (16,333 hectares) of crops are suffering from drought, and 33,400 residents lack drinking water. [Photo/CFP]

Beijing's PM2.5 density drops significantly

2015-04-24 14:46:21

Beijing's average PM2.5 density dropped significantly in the first quarter, thanks to the capital's continuous air pollution control efforts.

Face-kini fad hits models

2015-04-24 10:24:44

The scenic spot held an activity to mark Earth Day on Wednesday and to promote its tourism resources. It has become a fad at many beaches for swimmers to put on fabric masks to protect their entire head and neck from burning sunlight.

Food safety experts urge more honesty

2015-04-24 07:31:48

Food safety issues have undermined customer confidence in China in recent years, and even though conditions have improved.

Draft law outlines NGO requirements

2015-04-24 07:16:59

Legislators are mulling a draft law that would set dos and don'ts for foreign nongovernmental organizations.