Several flights from Chongqing and Guangzhou were forced to land or delayed on Friday after telephone threats were received, airport authorities said.
Whatever your taste, free concerts in the grand hall of People's Square metro station in Shanghai have been offering a diverse range of music.
The headquarters of the Red Cross Society of China (RCSC) has received 135 million yuan ($22 million) in donations for Lushan earthquake victims, according to a statement released Friday.
Chinese mainland and Taiwan police have jointly busted 73 gangs who were duping Taiwanese citizens out of money over the phone, the mainland's Ministry of Public Security (MPS) said on Friday.
Fifty-five people have died and 14 others were reported missing in the latest round of rain- and hailstorms that have swept south China, according to official statistics collected as of 8 pm Friday.
Short movies from China are to make their debut on TV overseas in September, with the broadcasting and online distribution rights for about 30 shorts bought by a British company.
Sixty-two people were injured after a light-rail train derailed in the northwestern satellite town of Tin Shui Wai in Hong Kong on Friday afternoon.
Authorities in Guangdong province lifted a flood warning on Friday morning, after dozens of people were killed and wounded due to days of rainstorms.
China would like to further strengthen coordination with Saudi Arabia to maintain peace and stability in the Middle East, President Xi said.
As a region that is constantly battling with separatism, Xinjiang must plan for the worst while making the best efforts to maintain social stability.
Thirty-three people have died and 12 others were reported missing in the latest round of rain- and hailstorms that have swept South China.
Chinese shipyards have powered ahead and now produce more ships than anybody else, but the business of shipbuilding is becoming increasingly difficult and profits harder to come by.