A Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) scientific innovation alliance has been created by the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, a subordinate of the State Administration of TCM.
A 3-dimensional computer-assisted system was used for the first time in the country in an operation to separate conjoined twins at the Children's Hospital of Fudan University in Shanghai on Tuesday.
According to regulations, if winners don't show up within 60 days after the draw the result will be void and the prize money will go to the Welfare Fund.
The Ministry of Public Security (MPS)announced on Tuesday it will ease rules for foreign talents to enter and exit Beijing, and provide favorable terms to acquire permanent residence.
Beijing will launch a battle against small coal stoves in family homes and businesses this year, as officials blame consumption of low-quality coal for contributing to winter smog.
Investment by central and local government into Tibet's education reached 15.7 billion yuan last year, about 2.5 times the sum in 2010.
Competition for white-collar jobs has become fiercer in the fourth quarter with 37 job seekers contending for the same position on average.
It's generally assumed that China's job market favors overseas returnees, high academic achievers and single candidates, but the trends are changing. Investigations at job fairs found that some traditional advantages are no longer prized by employers, the Beijing Morning News reported.
China's air quality improved in 2015, despite the frequent winter smog covering the country's north and east, Minister of Environmental Protection Chen Jining said on Monday.
China's top legislature has released a revised draft charity law on its website to solicit public opinion.
Gu Liping Xiang Zheng was shocked when she peeped through the curtains and saw the theater packed to the rafters.
Mothers in Beijing, Shanghai and Shandong province are expected to have more days off work after giving birth under the new national policy encouraging couples to have a second child.