Early Qin culture exhibition opens in Xi'an
An exhibition to show the archaeological finds of Qin culture and Xirong culture before the Qin Dynasty (221 – 201 BC) was kicked off on Thursday in Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum in Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi province.
New domestic flight serves Tibet
Tibet Airlines launches a new route to the inland cities on Thursday.
Court museum open free to public
The China Court Museum near Tian'anmen Square, which traces the country's court and legal system through the ages, opened on Wednesday, It is free for visitors.
Kung Fu Panda hones skills from master
A performer dressed as Kung Fu Panda character Po learns shadowboxing with Taoist master Liu Suibin during DreamWorks' creative team's trip to Mount Qingcheng in Chengdu City, the capital of Southwest China's Sichuan Province
Double amputee teen intends to soar as pilot
An earthquake buried Huang Meihua in the rubble of her primary school, crushing the then 11-year-old's legs, but not her spirit.
Changsha's low speed maglev railway to be on trial
A system debugging is operated on a medium-low speed maglev train in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, Jan 6, 2016.
Winter athletes desperate to impress on home soil
As the festive atmosphere of New Year's holiday wafted around the city of Urumqi, the sight of speedskater Rehanbai Talabuhan skimming across the ice at a suburban rink, making circle after circle, was truly impressive.
Xinjiang keen to showcase high ambitions
Boasting ideal natural conditions and a welter of preparations, the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region is gearing up to host the 13th National Winter Games, and help to promote winter sports across the country.
Catalyst helps convert waste CO2 into fuel
There's a basic contradiction between modern lifestyles and environmental protection: The more we consume, the more we produce and the more damage we cause to the environment.
Firms offer fewer jobs for winter
The demand for seasonal winter workers has dropped this year by more than 50 percent in Dongguan, a major production base in Guangdong province, and one of the reasons may be the increasing use of robots, according to an employment professional.
Gay men ask court for right to marry
A court in Central China's Hunan province has accepted a case of two homosexuals who sued the government agency for not allowing them to register their marriage.
Website to reconnect missing persons
The Ministry of Civil Affairs has launched a website to help long-term missing persons return home.