Having invested $2 million in 12 startups from among 300 applicants, Silicon Valley's first US-China technology incubator is marking what its founders call a satisfying first year.
China scrapped a total of 24 regulations related to the administration of capital for foreign direct investment, part of the efforts to promote investment facilitation.
Hainan Airlines and China Southern Airlines will be the first carriers in China to receive Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner, a top Boeing executive said.
Amid a wave of interest rate cuts by major economies around the world, Chinese monetary authorities will face a policy dilemma in the coming weeks.
China will allow the market to play a bigger role in economic innovation, Premier Li said on Monday at a State Council meeting on the reform of government.
A school principal and a government employee have been detained in Hainan province on suspicion of sexually molesting six students, in a case that caused great concerns among parents.
China's top prosecuting authority said it is looking into revising a regulation that limits access to juvenile criminal records, a move that many attorneys have called for.
Beijing steps up efforts to reduce illegal barbeques, to cut down on roadside air and noise pollution.
The summer fishing ban in boundary rivers and lakes in Heilongjiang province will run from June 6 to July 20, according to the provincial fishery bureau.
China's official aid to Africa reached $75 billion between 2000 and 2011, with the establishment of 1,673 Chinese-backed or -financed projects in 50 African countries.
Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday will kick off his first overseas trip since taking office, going to India, Pakistan, Switzerland and Germany during a weeklong tour that ends on May 27.
China is willing to strengthen cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross, President Xi said during a meeting with president of the ICRC.