Chinese scientists are working on new projects inspired by the documented case of a man who was cured of AIDS. They hope eventually find a way to ensure that humans are born with immunity to the disease.
50-70% of patients in China need radiation therapy, according to expert
People can solve online shopping disputes within half an hour, thanks to "online courtrooms" established in four courts in East China's Zhejiang province.
If you want to win more 'likes' for your photos on Wechat's "Moments", then here is one tip you don't want to miss: Do not let any tourists ruin your photo.
Shaolin kung fu monks teach members of the White Swan Rafting Rescue Team working at the Yuxi Gorge in Central China's Henan province, April 25, 2016.
China is trying to deal with copyright infringement on the internet while embracing its convenience where everyone can be a news carrier or a story teller.
China processed more than 920,000 new software copyright registrations between 2011 and 2015, 3.8 times the amount in the previous five years, according to statistics released on Tuesday.
Growing commercial links with China are helping the Nepalese government rebuild its economy after the country was devastated by an earthquake a year ago. Sylvia Chang reports from Rasuwa, Nepal.
Inflow from the upper streams of the Yangtze River has hit an eight-year high, forcing the Three Gorges Dam to discharge more water and brace for floods.
Qinghai Province plans to open highway rest stops where motorists will be offered souvenirs in exchange for dropping off their garbage.
Despite the numerous parallels between William Shakespeare and Tang Xianzu, it's hard to mask their literary and cultural differences.