PLA bribery probe to continue

2015-03-27 07:35:31

Investigations into suspects who had connections with Xu Caihou will continue to the end, a Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman said on Thursday.

Games would help lower barriers

2015-03-27 07:35:31

With Beijing bidding for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the concept of equality, inclusion and sharing - as well as the promotion of a barrier-free environment - is expected to benefit the livelihood of disabled people like Hou.

58,000 drawn to college

2015-03-27 07:28:11

Teachers from the China Academy of Art inspect works by candidates for college admission at a stadium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, on March 25.

National security watchdog slashes number of duplicate IDs

2015-03-27 07:06:12

The ministry will cancel all duplicate ID numbers by the end of 2016, realizing the goal of one ID number and one hukou for each citizen.

Authors trace history of Chinese art ownership

2015-03-27 06:46:16

Like other Chinese art enthusiasts, Karl Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac followed the sale of Robert Ellsworth's huge Asian art collection at Christie's for Asian Art Week with much interest.

Influnential forum opens to push Asian development, integration

2015-03-27 01:30:07

The four-day event attracts nearly 1,800 delegates from governments and businesses worldwide, including a record number of leaders from 15 foreign countries, in addition to more than 1,000 media staff.

Environmental NGO sues polluter

2015-03-26 07:42:04

An environmental federation is suing an industrial polluter in Shandong province for damages from air pollution.

Confidence in food safety dropping

2015-03-26 07:41:26

Public satisfaction with and confidence in the country's food safety has dropped compared with last year, according to a research center attached to the China Food and Drug Administration.

Netherlands' PM to meet with Xi

2015-03-26 07:40:09

Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands said his country will actively respond to China's "One Belt, One Road" initiative to improve trade connections between Asia and Europe.

Income rising for blue-collar females

2015-03-26 07:39:44

Some manual labor jobs performed by women come with paychecks even bigger than those of white-collar professionals, a report released on Tuesday said.

Cremation push brings a backlash, says expert

2015-03-26 06:41:21

Authorities should not take radical measures to increase the number of cremations, a government think tank expert said as the country prepares to unveil a new regulation on funeral affairs by the end of the year.

'Zombie' websites to be reviewed

2015-03-26 06:37:49

Central authorities moved on Tuesday to address four major concerns of the public about official government websites: that a website is not responsive, or that information is not delivered in a timely manner, or is inaccurate or not useful.