Chinese carrier China Eastern Airlines on Tuesday held its first recruitment event in Rome, hoping to provide better customer service on its Rome-Shanghai route with Italian flight attendants.
An executive meeting of the State Council decided on Wednesday that students in private school during the nine-year compulsory education period will be exempt from tuition and textbook fees starting with spring semester 2017.
The number of Roman Catholics in China's larger cities is surging, but plans to train more priests are being derailed by a lack of applicants for seminaries.
A high-speed railway, dubbed the 'most beautiful route' in Central China's Hubei province, is to begin construction.
Villagers in Fujian hire lawyers to sue Dutch collector who refuses to return 1,000 year old mummified Buddha statue believed stolen 20 years ago.
Wang Jianlin, chairman of Dalian Wanda Group, has lodged a lawsuit over false attribution under his name on social media, which was used to attack e-commerce businesses led by billionaire Jack Ma, a Beijing court confirmed on Wednesday.
Tibetan plateau remains one of the world's cleanest regions despite pollutants discharged by surrounding regions, says a report.
China's major cities should reach their targets in reducing major air pollutants by 2017 as planned, though ozone poses a more stubborn problem.
The central government is coming up with stricter rules to regulate the booming delivery industry, which has been largely buoyed by the growth in Chinese e-commerce.
Despite the planned universal two-child policy, many young couples are reluctant to have a second child because of concerns including the possibility of a lower standard of living, a survey has found.
Zhan Jiansheng shows his two homemade cars in Daxing township of Hefei, East China's Anhui province, Nov 13, 2015.
China will intensify counter terrorism security measures following the Paris attacks that so far killed 132 lives and injured hundreds of people.