The introduction of Russian-made Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jets will bring a number of benefits to the People's Liberation Army Air Force and the Chinese aviation industry, according to military observers.
More than 17 million cases of road rage have been handled by Chinese police this year as authorities struggle to teach drivers better road etiquette.
China should gradually increase the retirement age as part of a solution to fill a possible future pension fund gap, according to a green book on population and labor released on Wednesday.
Weight loss, diabetes, cancer and nutrition are among the most popular topics with Chinese people who habitually follow health news online.
With a westerly wind reaching the capital at midnight on Tuesday, good air quality is witnessed Wednesday in Beijing after this year's most severe smog since Friday.
More than 1,800 HIV/AIDS cases involving people from outside the Chinese mainland－mostly foreigners－were diagnosed between January and October.
China should push forward the relocation of people living in the country's poorest regions to deliver its ambitious poverty relief goals, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday.
Banks in Sichuan province participating in a wide-scale poverty alleviation endeavor want to upend entrenched notions about lending to the poor.
A former top prosecutor in Linxiang, Hunan province, has been expelled from the Communist Party of China for taking illegal drugs and other violations of Party rules, the city's anti-graft body said on Tuesday.
China and the US pledged to manage differences and sensitive issues in a constructive manner commit to a climate change agreement.
BRICS media leaders gather in Beijing for cooperation
Beijing will move many of its city administration offices out of the city center to the eastern suburb of Tongzhou, with "substantial progress" by 2017, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Urban Planning announced on Monday.