Government

Olympians' spirit hailed by president

Innovation

High-speed trains to get WiFi in December

Beijing offers residency for skilled tech workers

Beijing will allow some skilled workers from home and abroad to obtain permanent residence by accumulating points based on skills, employment history and education credentials.

Biting off more than we can chew

Experts are calling for more measures to prevent wastage in restaurants and at the family dining table, as Xu Wei reports.

The golden creatures of Shennongjia

Home is where the heart is, which raises a burning question for Huang Yuanpeng: Who pulls his heartstrings hardest — his wife and 3-year-old son or those strange creatures in the forest he has decided to devote his life to?

O2O app helps upgrade recycling in China

A new O2O application has shown its potential to help build a circular economy with more recycling, but obstacles remain for the recycling industry to innovate.

Premier urges Japan to help stabilize ties

Tokyo was urged to "play a constructive role" and make real efforts to stabilize bilateral relations with Beijing when Premier Li Keqiang met with the visiting Japanese national security adviser on Thursday.

Plan targets antimicrobial resistance

China announced a State-level plan on Thursday to curb antimicrobial resistance, highlighting the first multisector effort involving 14 ministries and agencies.

China to join Australia, US in exercises

Beijing confirmed on Thursday that China will hold joint military exercises in September involving Australia and the United States, in addition to its joint naval drill with Russia in the South China Sea next month.

Wedding businesses need tweak, report says

China's wedding industry should shift to more customized services, as the number of people getting married is decreasing, a market report said on Wednesday.

Society

Musician versus masseur

HK/Macao/Taiwan

Female entrepreneur teaches noble etiquette to wealthy Chinese

Cover Story

Taking the fight to the worst polluters

The Ministry of Environmental Protection's Regulation on Identifying and Treating the Falsification of Pollutant Emissions Data, which took effect on Jan 1, stipulates 27 practices in three major catagories regarded as fraudulent behavior: distorting data; falsifying records; and instigating data falsification.

Data reviews are the system's backbone