New domestic airlines fly high after takeoff
China is seeing some heartening growth stories in civil aviation, as new airlines launched last year aim to fly high despite the overall economic slowdown.
Southwest China city tries to help make smog-free meat
The watchdog will provide 100 machines and equipment to allow residents to smoke meat in an enclosed environment without polluting the air.
China to sink billions into new airports this year
Eleven key infrastructure projects and 52 upgrades or expansion work on civil aviation facilities will be started this year, says the administration.
More high-speed services to be added in 2016
More than 6,200 passenger train services now run every day nationwide, with more than 60 percent of them high-speed, according to latest data.
Tourism revenue in Tibet's Lhasa to double by 2020
Tourism revenue in Lhasa, capital of China's Tibet autonomous region, will double in the next five years, accounting for over 40 percent of local economic output, according to local authorities.
Beijing to shut 2,500 polluting businesses
Some 2,500 small enterprises in four southern districts of Beijing will be closed by the end of this year to improve air quality, according to a media report.
Chinese stewardess celebrate test flight at Nansha Islands airfield
Stewardesses celebrate after China successfully carried out test flights of two commercial airliners on Jan 6 at a newly built airport at Yongshu Jiao in China's Nansha Islands.
Hoard of relics salvaged from ancient Chinese ship
More than 14,000 relics have been retrieved from an ancient cargo ship salvaged from a depth of 30 meters below the surface of the South China Sea.
New railway operation diagram to take effect in China
Starting from Jan. 9, 2016 at 0 o'clock, the new railway operation diagram will take effect.
Professor joins hands in ancient architecture maintenance
Workers repairing an ancient building in Taining county in Fujian province had a pleasant surprise on Friday when they found an amiable co-worker is a renowned artist.
Key water diversion route starts annual transfer in E China
Water from the Yangtze River, China's longest, began flowing to the eastern Shandong province on Friday along the eastern route of the giant south-to-north water diversion project.
Ministry dismisses guess of smog-nuclear-radiation correlation
The Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) dismissed a resurfacing hypothesis that nuclear radiation due to burning of uranium-containing coal is the primary cause of smog.