Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has promised more initiatives to prevent and treat AIDS in order to limit its spread.
Inspectors from the Ministry of Environmental Protection have named and shamed violators of dust-control regulations in Beijing, as hazardous smog shrouds the capital.
China is facing fierce competition with powerful rivals such as the United States and Russia in the development of next-generation missile systems, according to a recent report.
When seeking a variety of government services, residents will no longer be required to produce extraneous documents to prove certain obvious facts or to call for redundant identification.
Shanghai's Lingang Group has signed a strategic agreement to create offices for entrepreneurs with startup UrWork, a co-working office space company founded earlier this year.
Xiaomian is a traditional numbingly hot noodle soup from Chongqing, a southwestern municipality of China. For many people who live in this city, the noodles are an integral part of their diet.
An elaborate exhibition featuring the social and cultural development of Seoul is being staged in China’s capital by the Beijing Capital Museum and Seoul Museum of History.
They are probably still working on mastering basic math or simple English sentences, but primary school children in China's top-tier cities have shown surprising financial maturity.
Many gay people in China are forced to have more risky and haphazard relationships as stigma prevents them from keeping long-term partners.
Volunteers in a university in Liaocheng city, East China's Shandong province painted red ribbons on the sides of their hands during an awareness campaign to mark World AIDS Day.
Six out of every 10,000 people in China may be infected with HIV/AIDS, according to official figures revealed on Monday, the eve of World AIDS Day.
The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) will require all communication between pilots and air traffic controllers to be in English starting 2017, according to leading aviation news website AINonline.