The 2013 Jinjiang Footwear International Exposition will take place from April 18 to 21 in South China’s Fujian province.
Apiculture, the management and study of bees, is playing a more significant role in Beijing's agricultural and ecological development, with industry exports reaching more than $11 million in 2012.
By the end of 2012, the number of rural cooperatives in Zhanjiang had reached 1,855, with 50,400 registered farmers.
A debate over the production standards adopted by bottled water giant Nongfu Spring has aroused safety concerns.
China's largest patrol and rescue ship Haixun 01 officially joined the Shanghai maritime authority on Tuesday morning.
Authorities in Fenghuang county, Hunan province, reduced student ticket prices for its scenic old town and gave more people free entry amid rising pressure from people who protested the tourist site's new paid-entry requirement.
Several Chinese runners were not far from the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday when two deadly blasts turned excitement and cheers into confusion.
China's agriculture authority said on Tuesday that its tests have found five more H7N9-positive poultry samples in China, including one from a wild pigeon.
The Chinese National Health and Family Planning Commission issued an online notice on Tuesday to help ensure access to medical treatment for rural people infected with H7N9.
The 4-year-old Beijing boy confirmed as an H7N9 flu virus carrier has yet to show related symptoms, and the first case of infection will be discharged on Wednesday.
A postgraduate medical student in Shanghai who police believe was poisoned by a roommate has died.
Concerns about the H7N9 bird flu have prompted Taiwan to impose a ban on slaughtering live poultry at traditional markets from June 17.