Shanghai has been included on the cross-border ecommerce zone list published by the central government on January 9.
Oral-B makes its debut in China
American oral hygiene brand Oral-B announced on Jan 8 in Shanghai that it had launched its first toothpaste in China.
A ball for society's elites
Shanghai's Disney offerings unveiled
The Shanghai Disney Resort, which is scheduled for opening this spring, has announced its full-day attractions and entertainment events, many of which are specially designed for Chinese tourists and are unique to the city's theme park.
Helping startups gain their wings
Founded by a group of seasoned entrepreneurs and investors, Feimalv is one of the leading companies in China helping young people bring their innovative ideas to life
Mighty Li takes stock of empire
Li Ka-shing, Hong Kong's richest man and redoubtable business demigod, had kicked off 2015 by announcing in January the biggest overhaul of his $100 billion empire, by creating two new Hong Kong-listed companies to streamline corporate structure and enhance shareholder value.
Chinese-run ship rescues 72-year-old Frenchman stranded in Caribbean
A Chinese-run cargo ship rescued a 72-year-old solo French sailor after his navigation equipment broke down in the Caribbean.
Tibetan smartphone maker applauds new font release
Despite the competition, a former computer science professor who created the first smartphone to support Tibetan text is pleased that the introduction of a bevy of new fonts is giving users more options to express themselves in their own language.
Resolving the conflict between development and protection
Bian Xiaoxing will always remember the day she disentangled the body of a pregnant Tibetan antelope from a wire fence during a fieldwork trip in the Changtang Nature Reserve in Ngari prefecture in the Tibet autonomous region.
New fonts give Tibetans texting options
The release of brand-new Qomolangma Tibetan fonts by the China Tibetology Research Center means the iPhone is no longer the only mainstream option for Tibetans who want a smartphone that can display their language.
China's health indicators reach medium- and high-income country levels
Chinese residents now enjoy the same level of health, on average, as people in medium- and high-income countries, a health official said on Friday at a press conference.
272 vocational qualifications removed
China has removed 272 vocational qualification and certification requirements in five steps since early 2014, aiming to support creation of new businesses and bring forth new ideas.