Nanjing victims memorialized
A memorial service to mourn the victims of the Nanjing Massacre committed by the Japanese military during World War II was held on Dec 12 in San Francisco, as about 300 activists and Chinese community members gathered to recall the history.
Queens Library enhances China-related collection
Queens Library, one of the largest in the world by circulation, will look to meet the demand for more China-related material in the new year.
Chao: family root of US dream
The American Dream of Chinese immigrants is often one that looks a generation ahead.
Prosecutors investigate misconduct behind fatal China fire
Twenty-five people are being investigated for negligence in relation to a huge fire in central China earlier this year, according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP).
Heavy and chemical industries main cause to smog in N China
Heavy and chemical industries were the main offenders implicated in the recent smog across north China, according to a report published by the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) on Monday.
School opens in China's southernmost island city
Yongxing School, including a primary school, a kindergarten and a vocational education center, opened this week in Sansha, China's southernmost island city administered by Hainan Province.
Silk Road Fund reaches memorandum with BAITEREK JSC
The Silk Road Fund and Kazakhstan's BAITEREK JSC signed a memorandum of understanding in Beijing on Monday.
China Silk Road Fund collaborates with KAZNEX INVEST
The Silk Road Fund and KAZNEX INVEST JSC Framework Agreement on the Establishment of China-Kazakhstan Production Capacity Cooperation Fund was signed in Beijing on Monday, in the presence of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Massimov.
Court review of 20-year-old rape, murder case prolonged again
A court in east China's Shandong Province has extended for a third time the review of a rape and murder case for which a young man was executed 20 years ago, only to have another man confess to the crime years later.
Chinese Nobel laureate Tu Youyou returns
China's pharmacologist Tu Youyou returned to Beijing on Monday after receiving her 2015 Nobel prize.
Beijing's health industry launches first annual hospital tech fair
Beijing's hospital management authority promoted more than 800 healthcare technologies developed by 22 of the city's major hospitals at the 2015 Promotion Fair on Transfer of Technologies Developed by Public Hospitals in Beijing which was held in Beijing on Friday.
Gas explosion injures 21 in SW China
A liquefied gas bottle exploded and injured 21 people in southwest China's Yunnan Province Monday morning, local police said.