Visitors enjoy free Laba porridge at Yonghe Lama Temple
First counter-terrorism institute set up in NW China
China's first institute on counter-terrorism law studies aiming at providing legal experts to help China combat terrorism was founded in a university on Saturday.
Over 1,000 coal mines in China to be shut down
China will shut down more than 1,000 coal mines in Guizhou, Yunnan, Heilongjiang and Jiangxi province regions as parts of efforts to trim production capacity, a top work safety watchdog said on Friday.
Commemorative coins for Year of Monkey issued across China
The Central Bank announced to issue 500 million commemorative Year of the Monkey coins.
China to further open up capital market: regulator
China's capital market will open wider to foreign investors in 2016 and domestic brokerages will expand business overseas, the country's securities watchdog said Saturday.
Suspect in Shenzhen landslide surrenders to police
One of the suspects at large following the deadly Shenzhen landslide has surrendered to police, according to the Shenzhen police on Saturday.
Baidu faces punishment over porn, libel
Baidu, China's top search engine, is facing punishment over forums containing pornography, libelous posts and adverts for unlicensed hospitals.
China to debut new carrier rockets
China will send two new models of carrier rocket in the Long March series on their maiden space trips in 2016, the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASC) said.
A man who won 264 million yuan ($40.1 million) in the China Welfare Lottery wears a monkey outfit to disguise his identity in Nanning, the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, on Jan 15.
Themed cafes in Shanghai
Going gaga for java
The price of beauty
Despite the risks that surround non-surgical injections and cosmetic surgery in China, an increasing number of Chinese women are spending fortunes to have these procedures done