73 bodies recovered from rubble of Shenzhen landslide

2016-01-28 14:56:22

As of 11 a.m. on Thursday, a total of 73 bodies have been recovered from the Shenzhen landslide, with another four people remaining unaccounted for, the rescue headquarters said.

The world's highest library

2016-01-28 14:12:33

A library on the 60th storey of a hotel in Shanghai has been listed as "the highest library in the world" by the Guiness World Records

How food is made for high-speed rail

2016-01-28 14:08:19

Staff members prepare lunch boxes for high-speed rails, Jan 27, 2016.To guarantee the quality of packed meals, the whole process of packing and delivering the meals takes less than 12 hours. Every lunch box needs to be X-rayed before being sold to check for inedible objects.

Warm memories in the cold winter

2016-01-28 13:33:20

Warm memories in the cold winter

Chinese travelers lead 2015 global outbound tourism

2016-01-28 12:17:19

A new report issued by United Nations World Tourism Organization shows China led the international outbound tourism in 2015 with the largest population of overseas tourists and most money spent.

New Tibetan dictionary terms reflect region's progress

2016-01-28 12:06:00

Political buzzwords being added to a new Mandarin-Tibetan dictionary reflect positive progress in Tibetan society, according to the official linguists advising the publishers.

Shortage of donkey skin breeds TCM fakes

2016-01-28 12:03:45

A shortage of donkey hides used to produce the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) "ejiao" has resulted in a deluge of imitations, with around 40 percent likely to be fake.

In-flight meal prepared for travel rush ahead of Spring Festival

2016-01-28 09:37:59

A staff member puts dishes in a disinfection cabinet in a diet room at Nantong Airport in Nantong, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 26, 2016. With the Spring Festival travel going on, the number of passengers in Nantong Airport is increaseing rapidly day by day.

Employers squeezed by social security

2016-01-28 08:07:12

Easing companies' social security payment obligations would reduce business costs and encourage hiring, according to experts who have studied the issue.

Experts cast doubt on tax cut rationale

2016-01-28 08:07:12

China's tax system is a burden on companies and should be reformed, Liang Jianzhang, economist and co-founder of online travel service Ctrip.com argued at a recent symposium held at Tsinghua University.

App use for public fees to cover more cities

2016-01-28 08:07:12

Residents in more than 70 percent of Chinese cities will soon be able to use popular smartphone apps to pay their taxes and electricity bills, tech consultancy Gartner predicted in its latest report.

Drones to keep an eye on big cats

2016-01-28 08:07:12

Jilin province is planning a series of measures to protect endangered Siberian tigers and Amur leopards, some of which inhabit territory along China's border with Russia, according to a provincial forestry official.