China's impoverished population has declined for the first time since the poverty line was raised in 2011, although poverty alleviation work remains arduous.
The "special relationship" between the US and Britain was hailed by the British during the US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to London.
Chinese investment has been rising rapidly in both the US and the EU, but the EU has attracted almost twice as much investment as the US in recent years.
The moat that served as the last defense of Chinese emperors since the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) is now under attack — by trash.
A Shanghai court on Monday sentenced two female shop owners to one year in prison, suspended for 18 months, for buying duty free goods in South Korea and bringing them into China to sell online in 2012, avoiding tens of thousands of yuan in import taxes.
Postnatal care centers are the modern answer to the Chinese tradition of zuoyuezi, which is based on the idea that mothers should enjoy a month of absolute rest after delivering a child.
China's ongoing medical reform has already entered its most difficult stage, Minister of Health Chen Zhu said on Tuesday.
China Mobile Communications Corp announced on Tuesday that it plans to deploy the world's biggest 4G LTE network in China this year, according to the company's chairman.
The total industrial output value of China's agricultural machinery industry reached 338.2 billion yuan ($53.8 billion) in 2012, ranking first globally.
Two years after Best Buy Co closed all of its stores in China, one wouldn't expect that market to have much enthusiasm for the US electronics retailer.
KFC China, a division of Yum Brands Inc, announced new quality-assurance measures on Monday in a bid to restore brand confidence.