China will start anti-dumping and countervailing investigations into exports of polysilicon from the United States and South Korea.
The usefulness of eye exercises have been questioned with the Ministry of Education calling for scientists to have a fresh look at the daily workout
China's steel products used for construction slumped during the week from July 9 to July 13.
A beauty pageant in Chongqing has come under scrutiny after the beauty of the three winners failed to convince a large number of the public.
Three international students swapped their study books for uniforms after volunteering to be urban management officers during their summer vacation.
China's transportation industry is "totally open" to private investment with the State not setting any restrictions on them.
Analysts from institutional financial organizations have predicted China's economy to rebound in the third quarter this year.
More than 60 percent of the 16 places in China that adjusted their minimum wages in 2012 saw those wages increase less this year than they had last.
Guangxi's Beihai city is to make the electronic information industry a pillar of the local economy, and aims for an industrial output of over 100 billion yuan by 2015.
The National Development and Reform Commission has approved the first-stage of China Shenhua Energy Co Ltd’s construction project in Guangdong’s province’s Zhuhai port, the company said on July 13.
Global warming is the major cause of the recent extreme weather in the Northern Hemisphere, according to Sun Chenghu, a researcher with the National Climate Center (NCC).
Passengers buying international airline tickets online got a bargain of a lifetime after a computer glitch offered flights for free.