In the late 1970s, China started investing overseas. The total amount of investments has exceeded $60 billion, ranking number five in the world.
Not all business leaders can be worry-free when they retreat from their business empires.
According to a recent survey in Shanghai, 48.5 percent of children play outdoors for less than 3 hours a week, only half of the recommended 7 hours.
In the new international environment, the government attaches greater significance to Sino-India ties than ever before.
The recent accidents have made it all the urgent to streamline and strengthen the laws and regulations on elevator and escalator safety.
The employment rate cannot increase substantially if the expectations of employers and employees do not match.
Annual reports from some major companies, showing weak profits, make for bleak reading. Profits, while important, are only part of the picture.
Zhang Hui and Zhang Gaoping, two men in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, were finally set free in March after suffering a miscarriage of justice.
Fifteen years ago it was still a faraway story to buy something from a stranger online; today, e-commerce is already part of everyone's life.
Premier Li Keqiang's first visit to India is significant for the two countries, and has attracted wide media attention.
The people's anger is understandable. Anyone who witnessed a cold-blooded action would be angry and might take actions.
About half the rice in Guangzhou apparently contains excessive levels of cadmium. Supervisors claimed it was "only a small amount".