A farmer in Kunming, southwest China’s Yunnan province, recently spent more than 100,000 yuan ($15,000) to make an old Chinese military helicopter model.
With Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, around the corner, Beijing issues new regulations to encourage eco-friendly burials.
More Chinese students are returning home after studying overseas, largely because of the difficulty in finding a suitable partner, the Yangcheng Evening News reported on Sunday.
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Che Yong wants to build his garment factory into a fashion empire like H&M, the Swedish clothing chain that has dominated China's young fashion street, but so far his designs have only gathered dust.
The Sino-UK cooperation in building smart cities is expected to gain steam when Future Cities Catapult (FCC), one of the UK's leading platforms for urban innovation, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with China.
Local Party chiefs and government leaders will be held accountable if their negligence leads to major criminal cases, mass incidents or accidents endangering the public in the provinces or regions they are responsible for, central authorities said on Thursday.
Photos show a high-speed train that resembles a dragon winding through a sea of blooms. When the train blasts through blazes of spring flowers, time seems to stand still at this moment.
Sun Yumeng and Sun Yutong, both English majors at Fudan University in Shanghai, receive admission offers from Harvard University on March 5, 2016.
Despite a slow economy and stock market turmoil at home, people from the Chinese mainland spent $215 billion traveling abroad in 2015, 53 per cent more than in 2014, according to a global report on travel and tourism.
Police officers in Beijing will be better protected following an attack earlier this month that left a policeman hospitalized with a stab wound to the neck, the city’s police authority has pledged.
A total of 409,100 Chinese students returned from overseas after graduating in 2015, said an official on Wednesday.