The People's Liberation Army has said it is testing its new rocket force with various battlefield scenarios, including extreme weather and strong electronic jamming.
Yuan Geng, a prominent figure in the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1937-45) and a pioneer of China's reform and opening-up, has died. He was 99.
This would be the second year of growth in inbound tourism after the country saw years of decline in foreign tourists since 2011.
Railway transportation witnessed a travel peak as the Spring Festival draws near.
For Rudi Wolf, the past month has been the most challenging and tiring he has ever had to endure. It has also been one of the most rewarding.
Conservationists want mandatory provisions to be included in a revised draft of the Law on Protection of Wildlife, along with support measures.
Rare heavy snow hit several central and eastern Chinese provinces Sunday, disrupting a pre-holiday travel rush that involves millions of people.
Procuratorate in northwest China's Gansu Province confirmed Sunday they have launched an investigation into the arrests of three journalists.
Shanghai customs said Sunday they seized more than 2,000 endangered turtles last November in what could be the city's largest turtle smuggling case.
Police in China's southwestern province of Yunnan seized 23.3 tonnes of illegal narcotics in 2015, the police authority said Sunday.
Beijing retained China's biggest shopping city in 2015, as online shopping fever continued to buoy retail sales and drove brands to open online stores.