More smog due as winter begins

2015-10-30 07:30:29

Unusual weather patterns this winter may lead to more smoggy days in Northern China as emissions from coal-fired boilers become trapped close to the ground, the national environmental watchdog warned on Thursday.

Civil servants, couriers find dating most difficult

2015-10-29 17:14:02

Civil servants, couriers, air stewardess and writers have the toughest time in dating, according to a recent online survey.

Government revs up cyberspace rules

2015-10-29 17:13:42

Legislation to regulate the Internet and root out nuisances like spam has greatly accelerated over the past five years, the China Internet Network Information Center reported today.

Scholars see need for Chinese wisdom in modern management

2015-10-29 17:00:37

Chinese scholars are hoping to inject more "Chinese wisdom" into modern project management.

Tibet in eyes of French writer

2015-10-29 15:24:13

"I have been to Tibet for two times, where I got to know a different image from what Western media had described, and I hope to go back again," Sonia Bressler, French philosopher and writer said Tuesday at a symposium on Tibet.

Pizza lovers in Shanghai set new Guinness record

2015-10-29 09:15:12

Participants get stuck in tossing pizza dough as they officially break the world record for the most number of people tossing pizza dough at once in Shanghai on October 28, 2015.

China's Five-Year Plan popularized by bizarre cartoon

2015-10-28 09:18:18

An English-dubbed cartoon centered the 13th Five-Year Plan, with a clear intention to help vague bureaucratic phrases reach ordinary people.

Strategic assessments to reduce pollution

2015-10-28 07:48:02

China has started its first strategic environmental impact assessment in the three major industrial zones with the most severe pollution, aiming to provide more effective prevention from sources of pollution, the national environmental watchdog said on Tuesday.

Chinese diners hit by bad news on processed meat

2015-10-28 07:20:29

A lot of Chinese people who think they can't live without processed meat, including ham and hot dogs, may be saddened by the report released on Monday by the World Health Organization saying that processed meat contributes to cancer.

Major environmental protection achievements during the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-15)

2015-10-27 17:16:12

China's revised Environmental Protection Law came into effect on Jan 1 this year, bringing with it heavier punishments.

China looks to innovate the disabled aid industry

2015-10-27 14:14:26

About 500 political delegates and professionals from Asia and Europe will gather in Beijing, Thursday, for the international disability cooperation.

Consumption of red or processed meat causes cancer

2015-10-27 13:21:04

The World Health Organization and the International Agency for Research on Cancer have evaluated the carcinogenicity of the consumption of red meat and processed meat.