Tu first Chinese to win Nobel Prize in Medicine

2015-10-05 23:06:35

China has its first Nobel Prize in Medicine. And 84-year-old TuYouyou said she was not surprised to get it.

Huntsman says Sino-US relationship needs common goals

2015-10-05 04:59:27

The US-China relationship is better when the two countries have a common goal to work toward, such as agreeing to a bilateral investment treaty, said Jon Huntsman, former US ambassador to China.

Xi pledges $2 billion to help developing countries

2015-09-27 06:55:00

Xi announced on Saturday that China will provide $2 billion to support South-South cooperation, and called for an equitable development path for all countries.

Young people from US look forward to Xi's state visit: Survey

2015-09-20 18:49:30

Nearly 80 percent of young US respondents are interested in Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit to the country, according to a survey by China Daily.

US to accept more refugees than planned

2015-09-21 09:09:06

US Secretary of State John Kerry announced on Sunday that the United States would increase the number of worldwide refugees it will take in over the next two years.

Li calls on State-owned firms to tap more global markets

2015-09-21 06:49:12

Premier Li Keqiang has encouraged State-owned enterprises to play a key role in the drive by the nation's industries to "go global".

Apple's iOS App Store suffers first major attack

2015-09-21 09:32:58

Several cyber security firms reported finding a malicious program dubbed XcodeGhost that was embedded in hundreds of legitimate apps.

Japan enacts new security laws to overturn postwar pacifism

2015-09-19 06:43:46

Japan abandoned its 70-year pacifism since the end of World War II as the parliament's upper house enacted a controversial legislation pushed forward by the government under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Court catalogs schools' violent crimes

2015-09-19 06:57:28

The Supreme People's Court published a list of 67 criminal cases on Friday which they say is typical of the crimes being committed in middle schools.

'Beauty of Beijing's alleys akin to a wise, old person'

2015-09-19 03:43:49

Aurora Bewicke, an American lawyer and artist, fell in love with the rough beauty of Beijing’s ancient alleyway neighborhoods when she first came to the city in 2001

China makes progress fighting domestic, international cyber crime

2015-09-19 07:30:23

Chinese police have made notable progress in fighting cyber crimes at home and through international cooperation, according to the Ministry of Public Security on Friday.

Benefits system for disabled to start

2015-09-19 07:13:46

So far 27 provinces have established their own systems, either for disabled people living in poverty or those who are severely disabled.

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