China's statistics authority on Monday revised its gross domestic product for 2011 slightly up based on its final verification.
China's young entrepreneurs are facing a huge challenge in taking over family brands and presenting them to the world.
The White House is weighing a far broader approach to curbing US gun violence than just reinstating a ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.
China's air force issued a statement on Saturday denying Myanmar jets have crossed the border into Chinese territory.
Uncertainty is hanging over Venezuela three days ahead of the scheduled swearing-in of President Hugo Chavez, who is struggling to recover from his fourth cancer surgery in 18 months in Cuba.
Regional players in the Asia-Pacific have shown sound judgment in keeping a close eye on Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's latest plan.
The Ministry of Commerce expressed concern after the United States kept a tight rein on the export of satellites and related items to China.
Chavez cancer ordeal brings uncertainty
A new law to further safeguard the rights of suspects in criminal cases will see an enhanced role for defense lawyers, a senior official said.
Defense lawyers face uphill battle
Taking a bite of food or a sip of water on a Wuhan subway train could cost you 200 yuan ($32).
The flu virus that has killed two people in Beijing since late December is not as threatening as it was originally and can be contained, according to experts.
The chiefs of three public schools in Guangdong province lost their jobs after it was revealed they had asked students to buy their own school chairs and desks.
The owner of an illegal orphanage in Central China was sent to hospital over the weekend suffering a heart attack after she was questioned by police.