Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's largest personal computer maker, said it is ready to challenge Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd in the mobile consumer sector after reporting record-high net revenue for the third fiscal quarter.
A recent road accident that left a Beijing couple seriously injured has renewed calls to establish a system that can provide financial and other help to couples who have lost their only child.
It has been a nationwide practice of nursing homes to insist residents have guardians to provide warranty, so that in incidences such as surgery or death the nursing homes can get guardians' permission and financial support.
A large part of China will continue to suffer from smog and the air will remain seriously polluted in the coming night, the Ministry of Environmental Protection said Wednesday.
Consumer confidence in China rebounded in the fourth quarter as economic growth picked up amid low inflation, according to a Nielsen survey.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao stressed that issues regarding consumer prices should never be underestimated, though the country's inflation has remained moderate.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei on Wednesday urged Japan to create conditions for the normal development of bilateral relations.
Although Pyongyang claimed to end the Six-Party Talks after the latest UN resolution, experts said there is still the possibility of dialogue.
A US government panel has approved the purchase by China's biggest auto parts maker, Wanxiang Group, of nearly all the assets of bankrupt A123 Systems Inc.
US President Obama has backed a bill proposal by a bipartisan group of senators to reform the nation's immigration policy, which is also seen as good news for many Chinese in the United States.
John Kerry's nomination as US President Barack Obama's new secretary of state sailed through the US Senate on Tuesday.
The recent appeal made by the Party's top leader Xi Jinping to fight against extravagance and waste of resources has received an enthusiastic response from Chinese officials and members of the public.