Two Chinese cities were listed as the top "52 places to go" around the world by New York Times, ranked at No 16 and No 44, respectively.
Police in the central province of Hunan have 24 drug production suspects in custody.
China Southern Airlines will launch an air route between Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, and Bangkok of Thailand, ahead of the Spring Festival, the company said on Wednesday.
The former president of Wuhan Iron and Steel (Group) Corp., Deng Qilin, is being investigated for corruption, the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) announced Wednesday.
Over 60 firefighters, police officers and rescuers are trying to find five people missing after their minibus fell into a reservoir in east China's Zhejiang Province on Wednesday morning.
China's top Internet regulator has released draft regulations for online news services, requiring permission for releasing news on the Internet or through apps.
Beijing shut down 150 low-end markets that had worsened traffic jams and 326 polluting manufacturers in the past year, according to the Beijing Municipal Commission of Development and Reform.
In 2011, the Gates Foundation launched the "Reinvent the Toilet Challenge" — a program to design toilets that capture and process human waste without the use of piped water, sewers or electrical connections, and transform it into useful resources, such as energy and recycled water, at an affordable price.
A man named Cai drove a van full of bank notes wanting to buy a new car from the dealership. Weighing half a ton, the bank notes were carried in 10 separate cases together with some coins.
Hebei will require newly-built residential communities to install charging facilities at parking spaces and encourage older communities to follow suit, in a move to promote the use of new energy vehicles and cut vehicle emissions.
China had the warmest year on record in 2015, partly due to a powerful El Nino, the China Meteorological Administration (CMA) said Tuesday.
Hebei is to meter central heating and charge for it based on the quantity each household uses, aiming to help improve the province's air quality.