Shan Jixiang, curator of Beijing’s Palace Museum, announced tough measures against smoking in the home to generations of Chinese emperors spanning five centuries.
State-owned enterprises held its first job fair for people with disabilities in Beijing on Saturday.
The quality storm of China’s bottled drinking water Nongfushanquan continues as Ma Jinya, secretary-general of the Committee of Healthy Drinking Water, National Health Association of China, toldBeijing Timesthat the water standard of Nongfushanquan is worse than tap water.
MasterCard, the world's second-largest international credit card organization, is under an anti-monopoly investigation by the European Commission over its card transaction fees and commercial practices that might have violated the EU antitrust rules.
A ruby-ground falangcai bowl made during the reign of Qing Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722) fetched HK$74 million ($9.5 million) at the Sotheby's spring sales auction in Hong Kong on April 8, setting a world auction record for Kangxi porcelain.