Green tea with a hint of panda manu

2011-09-05 15:53:01

A university teacher has plans to grow green tea using panda manure as fertilizer and sell it at sky-high prices.

Home schools rise in China

2011-09-05 12:42:43

Home schools emerged in many places of China today due to the parents’ concern about the public education, the China Youth Daily reported Monday.

Police deny dog abuse in Guangzhou

2011-09-05 11:45:14

Police in Guangzhou have denied allegations they are mistreating dogs in a crackdown on dangerous dogs or pets without permits, the Guangzhou Daily reported on Monday.

Chinese group buys big in Brazil

2011-09-02 18:05:25

China Niobium Investment Holding has acquired a 15 percent stake in CBMM of Brazil, the world's largest niobium producer, for $1.95 billion, the Beijing Times reported.

IPOs by Chinese firms drop

2011-09-02 18:05:25

The number of share listings by Chinese companies worldwide fell sharply last month, compared with the first six months of the year.

Cross-border yuan settlement hits 1.6 trillion

2011-09-02 18:05:25

Cross-border yuan settlement hit 1.6 trillion yuan ($251 billion) by the end of July since the program's launch in July 2009.

A hidden rural talent

2011-09-02 17:50:41

A rural woman has finished three long novels, a total of about 700,000 words, in her spare time over the past five years, China Business News reported.

Orphaned girl gets 30m drawings

2011-09-02 17:39:51

China's internet users have created about 30,000 drawings for a 2-year-old girl who was pulled from the wreckage of a bullet train crash in which 40 people died.

Parents dubious about integrity textbook

2011-09-02 16:32:46

Integrity Education Reading, incorporated with negative taking bribe case, arouses conserns

Oil price adjustment may not happen

2011-09-02 15:52:13

Domestic oil product prices may not drop as global oil prices rise, reversing a downward course, Shanghai Securities News reported Friday.

Nokia China gives notice before sacking 170

2011-09-02 13:15:53

Nokia China may have violated Chinese labor laws as the company sacked about 170 employees after only giving 10 days advanced notice.

Beijing to push sedan toll at traffic hotspots

2011-09-02 13:11:42

Sedan drivers in Beijing may be forced to pay a toll for driving on the heavy-traffic roads as the capital vows to make public transport 50 percent of the total traffic by 2015, reported on Friday.