China will join 17 other countries for a ASEAN+8 exercise in humanitarian assistance and disaster relief in Brunei in June.
China urged the United States to abandon its new government ban on purchasing information technology systems made by companies in China.
A Defense Ministry spokesman said Thursday China and the US have maintained close communication regarding a multinational naval drill to be held in the Pacific Ocean in 2014.
The box office revenue of China’s cinemas in the first two months reached 3.75 billion yuan ($4.80 billion), more than that generated in the first quarter of last year, according to data released by the China Film Distribution and Exhibition Association on Wednesday.
New detailed working rules of the State Council, China's cabinet, were published on Thursday with aims to push for the establishment of a clean, efficient service-oriented government.
A spokesman for China's Ministry of National Defense said on Thursday that any plot to occupy Chinese territory by drawing support from external forces is doomed to fail.
China's online retail sales boomed last year, as more consumers have gravitated toward online shopping for its convenience and personalized services.
Around 61 percent of fish taken from three fish farms in Fandong village, Shaoguan city of Guangdong province, were found to have contained lead exceeding the maximum limit of the national standard, China News Service reported on Thursday citing a recent survey.
A Chinese company met Apple Inc in court on Wednesday, accusing the US-based tech giant of intellectual property right infringement regarding software used in its popular Siri software.
Once upon a time, Detroit was Chengdu: a fast-growing urban center gearing up to become an auto industry hub, a city where a new vehicle rolled off the assembly line every minute. Today, Detroit is dying.
Creation of a $100 billion contingency fund by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa is a major step in advancing the collective power of the BRICS and will help the international community as well, analysts say.
The US State Department said on Wednesday that the cut-off of military communications hotline by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) was "not constructive".