Tough times ahead for China's exports as global uncertainties continue.
China's transport authorities have taken measures to ensure that more people can buy train tickets, a tall task for many of the millions of travelers during the world's largest temporary movement of people for the Lunar New Year holiday.
China's energy security needs have much in common with countries that spread rhetoric about its plans
As prices of luxury items remain prohibitive in China, affluent consumers rack up sprees abroad.
Lacquerware decorated and varnished with a glossy durable black lacquer is said to have come from Japan but, like many Japanese traditions and customs, has its origins in China.
The right man, hired at the right time in a team's evolution: Marcello Lippi, manager of Guangzhou Evergrande, is enthusiastic about his Chinese football team.
With a history of more than 7,000 years as well as rapid development, Ningbo enjoys the best of both worlds. It manages to balance both traditional and progressive, peaceful and lively, with an array of surprising but pleasant contrasts along the way.
Performing artists have been lined up to entertain overseas Chinese across the world for the forthcoming Spring Festival season.
Chinese are becoming aware of the moral limits of market forces, says Harvard academic.