A rainstorm that hit Changsha, Hunan, has brought into doubt the construction quality of the city's newly-opened airport terminal as photos of flooded floors appeared online.
Urban administration officials in Nanjing said the notion that the the city plans to spend nearly 100 million yuan ($15.54 million) to replace all of its road signs is a misunderstanding.
A teacher in a key university has contacted police after receiving threatening text messages from a student demanding higher grades, China Youth Daily reported Monday.
China's shipping market was not growing as fast as expected in the first half of the year, but most port enterprises could still make a profit compared with those shipping companies.
China will adjust the price of jet fuel every month to better reflect movements in global oil prices, the country’s top economic planner National Development and Reform Commission announced on Monday.
Foxconn Technology Group plans to use 1 million robots to replace simple working employees over a three-year span, China Business News reported on Monday, citing tycoon Terry Guo, who owns Foxconn.
With no fresh water or electricity, a couple has been keeping guard on an barren island off Lianyungang, a coastal city in East China’s Jiangsu province, for 25 years, Nanjing-based Yangtse Evening Post reported on Sunday.
The banking industry will not be affected even if Chinese real estate property prices drop 50 percent lower,
A sports lottery win, worth 16.19 million yuan, (approximately $2.5 million) remained unclaimed in Nanjing city
The compensation for the families of those killed in a high-speed train crash in Wenzhou, East China's Zhejiang province has been increased to 915,000 yuan ($143,000).
An airport in Southwest China's Sichuan province has suspended its air service indefinitely after the runway was found to be sinking due to repeated torrential rain.
As the price of imported milk powders continued to soar, the price of domestic brands also started to increase recently, the Chongqing Times reported Thursday.