The new Xi'an Qujiang International Studio, the largest such theater in Northwest China, was shown to the media on March 19.
Two people have been held in administrative detention and two others have been fined for making and distributing false information over the Internet, the Hangzhou-based Qianjiang Evening News has reported.
The roof of Nanjing South Railway Station has several leaks, China News Service reported on Tuesday.
Quick response codes, or QR codes, have been introduced to 153 Shanghai buses on seven routes.
April will see the kick off of a project to improve environmental conditions on Mount Wutai, one of four sacred Buddhist mountains in China, the local government announced.
DCCI Data Center of China Internet, a leading Internet research and data information provider, has revealed in a new report that 66.9 percent of smartphone apps are capturing users’ private data and 34.5 percent are crossing the bounds by invading people's privacy.
Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region will invest 22 billion yuan ($3.5 billion) in transport construction this year.
Young fashion designers from China, Belgium, France, Switzerland and Canada have gathered in Beijing to exchange ideas on fashion concepts.
The Institute of Care-Life, a non-government earthquake warning system in Chengdu, has become the world's largest earthquake monitoring system.
A Chinese and English language journal circulated in Panyu Prison in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, and written by Chinese and foreign inmates, marks its first anniversary on Wednesday.
One student died and six others were injured after a fire at a private training center in east China's Zhejiang Province, the local government said Tuesday.
Four people who seriously damaged a Toyota car belonging to the consul-general of Italy in Guangzhou during a protest march against Japan’s "purchase" of China's Diaoyu Islands last year were sentenced to six months in jail by the Guangzhou Tianhe District Court, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported.