Li Jian is one of many ordinary railway workers who can supply the answer to the question "Where does the water on the train come from?", if you ever asked.
Zhang Bo's first childhood glimpse of a whistling stream train approaching the station in his hometown set the trajectory for his life.
With Spring Festival just days away, millions of Chinese people are making the long trek home for the most-important family reunion of the year.
Efforts to stem judicial corruption and prevent miscarriages of justice have been stepped up by the nation's prosecutors, the top prosecuting body said on Tuesday.
Greater barrier-free access for Beijing's nearly 1 million disabled residents will be provided over the next five years.
International retail brands are seeking to woo Chinese customers by adorning their products with monkey characters and images as Spring Festival approaches.
Five domestic airlines agreed on Monday to tackle air rage by blacklisting passengers who misbehave.
China is taking steps to avert a potential outbreak of the Zika virus after WHO declared the mosquito-borne virus an international public health emergency.
Authorities in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region have commuted 11 offenders who were convicted of jeopardizing national security.
Beijing vowed to reduce the permanent population in its six downtown districts by 3 percent from previous year in 2016, local authorities said.
A southern Chinese court upheld the life sentence of a man who was convicted of organizing an illegal cult, rape, fraud, and production and sale of harmful food on Tuesday.
China's 'Moon Walker' sends back stunning photos