Rainstorms and hail that have caused havoc in southern China over the past week continued to destruct regions on Sunday, local authorities said. Hail kills 12 in South, Central China
African communities in China are already speaking highly of Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming trip to Africa.
Like many other late 20-somethings in Shenyang, Vera and Tomara Kulebyakina dream of buying an apartment in the city.
Since returning from the former Soviet Union, New China's first generation of fine art students abroad had never had a group exhibition, until now.
Making an old dress new again has become an art for independent designers, but the trend doesn't stop at the small shops, as Gan Tian finds out.
The Kremlin in Moscow has witnessed the launch of "Tourism Year of China" 2013, which will look to help boost the travel industry for both China and Russia.
China has built an integrated weather monitoring system that provides better information about potential weather disasters, the country's meteorological authority said Saturday.
Eighteen people suffered food poisoning late Friday after eating at a night market near a university in central China's Hubei Province, local authorities said.
The China Tourism Association has expressed concerns over the safety of Chinese tourists visiting France.
Nine people died and 272 others were injured after a hailstorm in Dongguan City in south China's Guangdong province.
Cold front with temperature drop was forecast in north China and heavy rainfall will hit most of south China over the next three days.
Felly Mwamba from the Republic of Congo traveled to countries like the United Arab Emirates, Vietnam and Thailand to seek his fortune, before he arrived in Guangzhou, where he has lived for 10 years.