Politics

Beijing sets out its rights after reports of incursion

Military

Nation starts research on naval jet

Science-Tech

Made in China 2025: Finding a China heart for robots

23-year-old wants to ease workload of teachers

Wu Xingyu has been making his dream of reliving teachers in China from drowning in marking papers a reality. Yitiku, an online software system based on Wu's idea, eases the workload of teachers by doing many of the functions that they did.

Internet pushes comics entrepreneur to make it big

Chen Anny, 23, became a recognized comics artist, a comics company founder and an owner of the most popular comics mobile app in China in the last four years. It's an experience that she deemed achieving " with a low probability of 1 percent".

'Making profit is a side product'

Post-90s postgraduate Zhang Tianyi has gone from a modest start-up to CEO of a four-outlet Hunan rice noodle restaurant chain in a year with his 'can do' philosophy.

The controversial face of post-90s entrepreneurs

 The owner of hot new app company Guangzhou Super Weekends Sci-Tech Co Ltd, which owns Super Curriculum Schedule, a scheduling app that helps students socialize on campus, has since then continued to court controversy.

Beijing sets out its rights after reports of incursion

China asserted its right to monitor airspace and waters near its islands in the South China Sea in response to a reported exchange between the Chinese navy and a US surveillance plane.

China to draft more social work standards to improve service

China will push forward drafting more standards in social work to improve the quality of service, a senior official said on Friday.

Hospital fee adjustments won't raise medical bills

Adjustment of service fees charged by hospitals in China will not cause a rise in medical bills for patients, a top health official said on Friday.

Newspaper tells staff to start own business

A major newspaper in Southwest China's Chongqing municipality has encouraged its employees to start their own businesses, a move that is seen as a potential layoff of its workers as an increasing number of newspapers in the country lose ground in the digital age.

Society

Two-year-old rescued from well after 20 hours

HK/Macao/Taiwan

Cross-Strait chiefs to meet in late May

Cover Story

The college built on compassion

The "Workers' College" is probably the smallest, shabbiest educational institute of its kind in Beijing.

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