A girl plays a piano at Deji Square in Nanjing, East China’s Jiangsu province, Jan 31, 2011. The piano, with the same paint style and a design mirroring that of a Ferrari, is worth 2 million yuan ($302,984). It is being dubbed a piano version of the Rolls-Royce.
People in Jinan, the capital of East China's Shandong province will be able to access information about their spouses' property, according to Regulations to Protect Women's Rights in Jinan recently approved by local legislature.
China is ranked as the fourth-most innovative country in the world, only after the US, Germany and Japan, according to a "Global Innovation Barometer" report released by General Electric Co (GE) on Jan 27, Beijing News reported Friday.
China is mulling a slew of important measures in 2011 to raise emerging industries of strategic importance, said Zhu Hongren, chief engineer of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Shanghai Securities News reported Thursday.
The Chinese central government plans to place special emphasis on domestic firms’ outbound investment, and vows to buy more from overseas countries, as well as boost its domestic consumption from 2011.