About 370,000 people have benefited from a medical emergency relief program since its launch in 2013, according to the National Health and Family Planning Commission.
Cities will not be allowed to build more "oversized, xenocentric, weird" buildings devoid of cultural tradition in the future, according to a new directive from the central government.
From Taiwan to Beijing, Lantern Festival lights up China
Photos of two 16-year-olds in a wedding gown and suit at what seems to be a wedding have triggered heated discussion on Chinese social media.
Police announced Tuesday they had arrested 29 suspects involved in a drug-dealing ring covering three provincial-level regions in South China.
Wu Jun, a special duty member in Hubei, has no regrets about the choice he made on Feb 10 when he jumped on a flaming bomb to stop it from harming others while getting severely injured himself.
Two days before Monday's Lantern Festival, migrant workers Zhu Yingqin and her husband Cui Liangjun were already busy packing their luggage into their car, ready to return to their city jobs, even though they prefer rural life.
A new study shows laboratory rats that breathed Beijing's highly polluted air gained weight and experienced cardiorespiratory and metabolic dysfunctions.
A few years ago, the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, which draws hordes of tourists in summer and autumn, typically turned quiet when the long winter arrived.
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region will ban tourists from entering a 22,000 square kilometer glacier protection zone in the Tianshan Mountains.
The weeks after the Spring Festival holiday were expected to see a job-hopping frenzy among white-collar workers.
China is to open 19 duty-free shops for domestic consumers, a move aimed at catering to the increasingly sophisticated demand among these shoppers for overseas products.