President Xi Jinping paid an unexpected visit to a job fair in Tianjin on Tuesday, in a move that experts said reflects top leaders' concerns over the job market.
Yunnan provincial officials said on Tuesday that new facilities will be installed to tackle wastewater and exhaust gas at a controversial oil refinery in Kunming.
Despite its efforts to boost grain yields for the 10th consecutive year, China is expected to become also the largest rice importer this year.
Despite rapid development in the past few years, many die-hard traditionalists in Shanghai still believe in the old adage that a bed in Puxi is preferred to a house in Pudong.
German automaker BMW will recall 389 cars in the Chinese mainland as part of a worldwide recall due to a defect in the front passenger seat airbags, China's consumer quality watchdog said Tuesday.
The Shanghai Composite Index dropped 1.11 percent to 2217.01, and the Shenzhen Component Index was down 2.28 percent to 8809.08, their worst losses since April 23.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman said Tuesday that China hopes the Phillippines will conduct a thorough probe into the fatal shooting of a Taiwan fisherman.
The Chinese government has resolutely vowed to transform its function and reform the administrative system to create a favorable environment for development, the People's Daily said Tuesday.
Top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng said Tuesday that more attention should be attached to the steady promotion and overall development of relations between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan.
Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hong Lei on Tuesday expressed shock and indignation at a Japanese politician's statement regarding "comfort women."
Zhang Wenzhi's exhibition of lacquer paintings, Back to Renaissance, opens this week in New York, giving American audiences a rare look at the Chinese contemporary artist's work.