China's capital will become a city-wide wireless network in 2011 - all areas within the fifth ring road and the central regions of Beijing's suburbs will have access to the Internet.
Bank of China Ltd (BOC) will grant new yuan loans according to capital adequacy rate and other indicators as the central government has repealed the national credit line, National Business Daily reported Tuesday, citing Xiao Gang, chairman of BOC.
A network of 7,000 surveillance cameras has been set up in southwest China’s Guizhou province to help protect the public and key institutions, xinhuanet.com reported Tuesday.
Star Hurdler Liu Xiang appeared dressed in punk style at the CCTV Outstanding Athletes Award Ceremony in Beijing on Sunday.
The bodies of two Russian climbers who had been missing for more than a year have been discovered on a mountain in Southwest China's Sichuan province, Xinhua reported Monday.
Yin Chunzhu, an employee at a storage and transportation company in Dalian, Northeast China’s Liaoning province has been dubbed “Cat commander” for his army of feline guards.
China became the country with the world's largest installed wind power capacity at the end of 2010, Guangzhou Daily reported Monday, citing information from the China Association of Resource Comprehensive Utilization.
Wuhan Iron and Steel Co has made a foray into the food producing sector.
Beijing is not among the pilot cities collecting property taxes, the China Securities Journal reported Monday, citing Ji Lin, deputy mayor of the municipality.
China's average salary level is expected to increase by 8.4 percent in 2011, the highest increase since 2008, the Fortune Weekly reported Friday.
A man sentenced to life in prison by a local court for evading 3.68 million yuan ($55.73 thousand) in highway toll fees by using fake military documents will face a retrial, as "new evidence" has been discovered, the court said on Friday.
A piece of calligraphy by Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925), forerunner of China’s democratic revolution, has been sold to the highest bid at auction for 500,000 yuan ($75,725).