A pair of lungs donated in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, were successfully transplanted into a patient in Wuxi, Jiansu province, 2,000 kilometers away early on Tuesday, thanks to the combined efforts of doctors, airports and Shenzhen Airlines.
China has stepped up its fight against corrupt officials and those near them, judicial experts said, after a Beijing court sentenced the mistress of a former railway official on Tuesday.
Railway Station's staff members show new suit in Lanzhou.
With the use of smartphones and tablets rising in the country, many Chinese are taking to e-reading. Xing Yi reports.
China is to set up a database of corrupt officials who have fled overseas, a move announced as more than 150 suspects turn themselves in.
Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou will announce his resignation as chairman of the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) Party Wednesday after the KMT suffered a defeat in local elections held on Saturday, Taiwan's Central News Agency reported Tuesday.
Enthusiastic amateurs are using modern tools, such as social networks and digital publishing, to help save endangered cultural sites and forgotten art forms.
Six-year-old Liu Yiting helps her grandma clean the fallen leaves in Jinan city, Shandong province.
More than 500 alien species of plants have been introduced to China, threatening people's health and the environment, a study said.
A church in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, is being moved back to its original site six years after it was relocated to make way for a tunnel project.
China intends to create a monitoring system to oversee all types of pollutants in all areas and demand more effective action from protection teams.
A growing number of the elderly have contracted HIV/AIDS in recent years, according to a new report focused on southwest China's Yunnan province, one of the most seriously hit areas in the country.