Saturday marks the 29th anniversary of the establishment of the "110" police calling system in China.
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Breeding penguins were often seen near the Zhongshan Antarctic Station during the summer time.
Female models may no longer be seen at one of the country's most important auto shows, the biannual Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition, scheduled for April.
Nuclear physicist Yu Min won China's top science award and was given 5 million yuan reward on Friday for his outstanding contribution to the country's hydrogen bomb research.
Members of Foreign Correspondents' Club of China (FCCC) gathered on Thursday in a bookstore in Sanlitun, Beijing, to pay tribute to the victims of a shooting in Paris.
Environmental protection authorities now have greater powers to stop polluters through measures such as sealing production equipment or transferring the offenders to judicial organs, the top environmental watchdog said on Thursday.
An institute for training network and information-security talent has been established at Xidian University in Xi'an, Shaanxi province, to bolster national security.
More than 70 top executives in State-owned enterprises were placed under investigation last year amid a nationwide campaign to crack down on corruption.
Launch of three bullet trains on Jan 12 will bring relief to about 300,000 travelers who spend hours commuting from Beijing to Yanjiao, Hebei province.
The cub, born on July 6, 2013, is the first baby of a pair of giant pandas, namely "Tuan Tuan" and "Yuan Yuan", who were given as a goodwill gift to Taiwan by the Chinese mainland. "Yuanzai" is weaned here on Tuesday.
A local court in Shanghai has upheld the death sentence to Lin Senhao in connection to the deadly poisoning case at Fudan University.