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.
Recruitment for general laborers has become tight for factories inEast China’s coastal areas.
The first free-port auction of Western artworks in China is to be held in Xiamen in Fujian province on April 21.
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.
After Finding My Mr Right became a smash hit, Chinese audiences were drawn to the beautiful scenery of Seattle, where the story takes place.
Starting in May,Chinawill no longer ban the production of foam plastic tableware, making the recycling of such products a problem that cannot be ignored.
Cartier has sued the operator of China's largest online supermarket, Yihaodian, and two Beijing companies for trademark infringements.
Nearly 90 percent of the listed Chinese coal companies reported a decline in net profits in 2012 amid sluggish coal market prices.
The poultry market, hospitality, tourism and aviation industry have all been affected as the H7N9 epidemic continues to spread.
A 4-year-old boy infected with the H7N9 bird flu has recovered in Shanghai, Wu Fan, director of the Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said on Sunday.