Tokyo trials books to be published
China on Wednesday started publishing a collection of books on the historic trials of Japanese war criminals after World War II.
Cutting through to culture
The 12-day Chinese Bridge Autumn Camp for British Middle School Students started at Xi'an International Studies University on Wednesday. Chloe Haimes, a British student, shows off her paper-cutting skills.
Daughters more filial than sons
Chinese daughters tend to show more filial piety to their parents than sons, according to the results of a survey revealed by the Beijing News on Tuesday.
Fund to protect river sources
China launched a fund on Monday to protect its far-western Sanjiangyuan nature reserve, the source of China's major rivers.
Winter woes arrive
Jilin, in Northeast China's Jilin province, witnesses its first snowfall of the winter on Monday, bringing travel problems for motorists and pedestrians.
International trade fair kicks off
The 17th Macao International Trade and Investment Fair opened on Thursday, attracting more than 330 delegations from more than 50 countries and regions.
Garbage fills the street at the Baishixia community in Bao'an district, Shenzhen, Guangdong province, on Wednesday. Because a landfill was blocked by nearby residents out of environmental concerns, a lot of trash cannot be sent to the landfill and has accumulated on the street since Monday. The district is trying to clean up the garbage.
Museum to open
Students visit the aviation and aerospace museum of the Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in Jiangsu province on Tuesday. The university will open its museums to the public on Saturday to mark the 60th anniversary of its founding.
Environmental census under way
China on Tuesday launched its fourth census on the country's environmental-protection industry in an effort to prepare scientific data for the nation's policymakers, according to the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
A thought for elderly people
Li Jun, 84, who lives alone, found a way to pass his time and keep his "spirits" high by being a nude model.
TV station, model agency host gala
Anhui Satellite TV will work with New Silk Road Model Management to host a fashion gala.
In touch with music
Zhang Shengzheng (left), a student at the Beijing School for the Blind, touches an instrument during a visit to the Jinbu Primary School on Monday in Beijing. The blind students enjoyed a musical gala provided by the primary school's Jinfan Troupe.