The Belt and Road Initiative will bring many opportunities for China's struggling inbound tourism sector, according to experts.
Guangdong police cracked 83 cases involving transactions through secret private banks between April and December, seven times more than all of 2014.
A long nightmare is finally over for a 59-year-old woman who spent 17 years hunting down the villagers accused of killing her husband during a surprise attack.
China's gatekeepers will intensify inspections and quarantines of animals and plants for import and export this year to cope with increasing challenges of biological safety brought by increasing international exchanges.
As two rare red-crowned cranes feed in their den, a knot of sparrows flies in to share the food. Visitors take photos or stand quietly, observing the birds.
China is trying to build itself into an international destination for foreigners by introducing a favorable visa policy and offering tax refunds, Su Zhou reports.
Coal-fired heating stoves will be replaced with those powered by electricity or gas in 400 villages this year, says Environmental Protection Bureau.
Sinopec's subsidiary in Guangdong province will offer free refuelling services for migrant workers going home by motorcycle or minibus during the upcoming annual travel rush.
Three men were sentenced to life in prison for theft of refined oil worth 470 million yuan ($71 million), the largest case of theft in terms of value since 1949.
Wong Hei was edited out of a show on national television after he shared controversial comments about a former Chinese leader on Facebook.
Xinjiang will continue to intensify its campaign against terrorism in 2016, aiming to stop terrorist activities at the planning stage.
The families of 17 victims who died in a suspected arson attack on a bus in northwest China will each get 750,000 yuan (about 114,000 U.S.dollars) compensation from the bus company, the local government announced on Monday.