The Purple Mountain Observatory has almost lost its ability to perform as a professional observation post and may change into a museum because of heavy air pollution in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, astronomers said.
A Siberian tiger again visited a herdsman's home in Hunchun, Jilin province, on Monday.
As many as 500 safety nets will be installed in manholes in Changsha, Central China's Hunan province.
Only one in 80 Beijing residents have the chance to win a car plate in this month's lottery, marking the lowest rate since the scheme was launched in 2011, chinanews.com reported Monday.
Chow Tai Seng insists that its pure gold jewelry have received quality certificates from state and local authorities after an exposé
by CCTV 3.15 found iridium in its products.
Chinese consumers expressed strong optimism about the country's economic prospects in a survey, with 75 percent of respondents expecting their financial status to improve.
A series of remarks recently published by Wang Shi, chairman of China’s largest real estate developer Vanke, signal China's property market is facing a turning point.
Although CCTV’s 3.15 show did not touch on the field of e-commerce, recently cosmetics suppliers have become a target of public criticism.
The Hainan government said it will establish the South China Sea Satellite TV and Sansha Daily newspaper this year.
Chinese importers have used up the import quota ofNew Zealanddairy products for 2013, and further imports will be levied in accordance with the Most Favored Nations (MFN) tax rate.
Professionals in Shanghai overtook their peers in all other Chinese cities in terms of salary, according to the 2013 spring job market report released by Zhaopin.com.
China FAW Group Corporation has said it will invest 7.2 billion yuan ($1.15 billion) in product research and development in 2013.