A controversial chemical project in Kunming, the capital of Yunnan province, is still under discussion, and evaluations will continue until a deadline in July.
The first question people paralyzed in the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake asked was how they would live without being able to walk. Later, they wondered how they would make love.
Leading travel agencies say they are urging everyone planning to travel abroad this summer to insure themselves fully, after a string of recent accidents involving holidaymakers.
A third of Americans would not buy a brand if they knew it to be Chinese-owned, according to a latest survey from HD Trade Services Inc.
A carrier-borne aviation force has been formally established as part of the People's Liberation Army Navy.
The president of Nanchang University based in Nanchang City, capital of East China's Jiangxi province, is being investigated over suspected serious disciplinary violations.
Ten years ago, government-backed NGOs started to send Chinese volunteers overseas. The number of volunteers dovoting their time and energy is rising.
On the occasion of Romanian Easter, as well as Europe Day, Romanian Ambassador to China Doru Costea delivers a speech at the celebration of the Open Doors Day at the Embassy of Romania in Beijing on May 10, 2013.
Twenty-six activities will be launched on May 22 as part of the government's action plan on biodiversity conservation, International Biodiversity Day.
Two pieces of a valuable 16-piece folding screen have been stolen from a mansion in Songkou town, Fujian province, Fuzhou-based newspaper Straits News reported on Friday.
The 13th World Landscape Art Exposition kicked off in northeast China's Liaoning Province on Friday, attracting more than 300 artists from home and abroad.
More than half of Californians are Latino or Asian. Latino and Asian entrepreneurs own more than one-quarter of all businesses in the state.