People have been working hard, some extremely so, during 2014. Life has not been easy but with the New Year just around the corner let's take a look at some hard working Chinese.May their stories inspire us to a better 2015.
China's top disciplinary watchdog has announced a significant step in the campaign against corruption.
Nanjing in East China's Jiangsu province has a history spanning thousands of years that is stained by invasions and killings, but the Nanjing Massacre, or the Rape of Nanking, eclipsed them all.
China is to launch three pilot free trade zones to test greater opening up, a government meeting decided on Friday.
Guidelines on child abuse by legal guardians are in the pipeline, the Civil Affairs Ministry said Friday.
Members of a SWAT team take part in a training in snow in Urumqi, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, Dec 11, 2014. The temperature dipped to minus 15 degrees Celsius on Thursday. The team is a rapid-response taskforce of Urumqi police to deal with terrorist attacks and violent crimes.
The New Zealand government is hoping for a stronger alignment of food safety approaches with China after a visit by officials from the China Food and Drug Administration.
A report published by China's top discipline watchdog disclosed Liu Tienan's roller-coaster-like path from the country's top economic planner to a prisoner.
Lion dance, often seen in festive celebrations in many countries, is a traditional performance in Chinese culture with a history of more than 1,000 years.
The Wangs are among the eight street performers who obtained licenses, the first of their kind in China, issued in October by the Shanghai Performance Trade Association (SPTA).
A state memorial ceremony will be held in the East China city of Nanjing on Saturday for China's first National Memorial Day for Nanjing Massacre Victims.
Top health authority is pushing for a hike in the cigarette tax and retail prices to curb smoking in China, the world's largest tobacco producer and consumer.