Xi'an to train airport maintenance personnel for jobs in Europe
A training project for aviation maintenance personnel was officially launched on Monday in Xi’an, the capital of Shaanxi province.
First Xi'an Qujiang Contemporary Art Festival promotes young artists
The First Xi’an Qujiang Contemporary Art Festival & the Sixth 1912 New Star Art Festival officially kicked off on Monday in Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi province, and is promoting young artists in China.
Rescuers search survivors after devastating landslide hits Shenzhen
World's longest glass bridge looks for a name
Chen Zhidong, chairman of the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon scenic area in Hunan province, calls on Sunday for people to take part in a contest to name the world's longest and highest glass bridge, which spans the canyon.
China implements free legal aid for foreigners
"If the Chinese lawyer hadn't actively defended me, I would have been executed, considering the amount of drugs seized and the serious harm it caused," said Theodoros Kourtidis after his 2014 conviction for transporting 2,775 grams of heroin in Yunnan province.
Expatriates have right to obtain attorney in country
Many foreigners are not familiar with Chinese laws. Many also find it difficult to resolve civil and commercial disputes and often need legal services.
Twice as nice or double trouble?
A Chinese company plans to replicate cattle, racehorses, sniffer dogs and even departed family pets at 'the world's largest cloning facility', but its success will depend upon whether the public can swallow its longstanding distrust of the controversial technique. Cheng Yingqi reports.
Shanghai sees twelvefold increase in 'green cards'
Under loosened visa policies, 12 times more expats have obtained permanent residence cards in Shanghai in the past five months year on year.
Life of a family amid Beijing's red alert smog
Jiang Zhen's son Doudou plays with Rubik's Cubes in his room, on the second day after Beijing issued its second ever "red alert" for air pollution, in Beijing, Dec 20, 2015.
Rescuers race to find 81 missing in landslide
Nearly 3,000 rescue workers were racing against time to search for dozens of people missing after Sunday's landslide at an industrial park in Shenzhen.
Pollution in China may dampen growth: analysts
China's economy has slowed and the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases may be willing to accept lower growth rates if it means improved air quality, according to observers.
Beijing may miss target for air quality
Frequent spells of smog, which has hit Beijing four times since last month, may make it difficult for the capital to achieve its annual air quality improvement goal, a municipal official said on Sunday.