Former Harvard professor Ezra Vogel's book on late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping is expected to hit store shelves on the Chinese mainland this year, according to the SDX Joint Publishing Company
Surging food prices following lingering cold weather pushed up China's consumer inflation in December, and the trend may complicate the economic outlook later in the year.
China will maintain moderate growth in its credit supply and social financing scale in a bid to stabilize growth while keeping consumer prices in check.
Apple's CEO said on Thursday in China that new Apple products may possibly be launched here in the future.
Domestic films have performed better than expected, although they earned less box office revenue than imported ones last year, the first time in 10 years.
The Defense Ministry on Friday criticized Japanese fighter jets that disturbed routine patrols by Chinese aircraft over the East China Sea.
US senior diplomat calls for cool heads
At least 42 people have been confirmed dead with another four still missing after a massive landside engulfed a village in Southwest China's Yunnan province on Friday morning.
Thick fog and haze shrouded central and northern parts of China on Friday, with Hebei and Henan provinces among the most polluted areas, monitoring data showed.
Steven Spielberg's taut political drama Lincoln won the Oscars election on Thursday with 12 nominations for the Academy Awards, the climax of Hollywood's annual prizes season.
The death toll from a series of bombings across Pakistan rose to 120 on Friday, marking one of the deadliest days the country has seen in years.
Central bank reiterated its "prudent" monetary stance for 2013 while pledging to strengthen financial reform and avoid risks amid rising inflationary pressures.