Exhibition tells of Ordos Mongolia history

2015-11-17 14:24:37

An exhibition to introduce the Ordos Mongolia history and culture created by Genghis Khan was held from Tuesday to Feb 15, 2016 in Shaanxi History Museum in Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi province.

Qingdao adopts 72-hour visa-free policy

2015-11-17 13:46:51

An eastern coastal city of Shandong province started to offer 72-hour visa-free entry on Monday as a move to boost tourism and business.

Zengzi keeps his promise to his little son

2015-11-17 13:18:26

Zengzi, or Master Zeng, an influential Chinese philosopher and disciple of Confucius who lived from 505 BC to 432 BC, is known for his characteristic honesty.

The struggle to save the art of cork cutting in Fuzhou

2015-11-17 09:50:26

Known as one of the "Three Treasures of Fuzhou", cork cutting awaits wider recognition and greater support in handing down the craft as its practitioner struggles to pass on the art today.

Collaboration signals new approach to cancer care

2015-11-17 07:55:00

Innovative medical professionals are promoting the use of group discussions and interdisciplinary cooperation to improve treatment and survival rates for patients. Zhao Xu reports.

Government on target for reduced pollution in 2017

2015-11-17 09:13:31

China's major cities should reach their targets in reducing major air pollutants by 2017 as planned, though ozone poses a more stubborn problem.

Two-child policy puts pressure on sperm banks

2015-11-17 09:04:02

A government proposal to end the country's decades-old family planning policy may put more pressure on China's sperm banks.

Tougher rules proposed for delivery companies

2015-11-17 09:05:29

The central government is coming up with stricter rules to regulate the booming delivery industry, which has been largely buoyed by the growth in Chinese e-commerce.

Survey says tougher for northeast to clean its air

2015-11-17 07:55:00

Northeastern China, where heavy haze lingered for days, faces a tougher situation in curbing air pollution due to greater pressure on economic growth and a lack of scientific guidance, a survey said on Monday.

Markets relocated to reduce traffic jams

2015-11-17 06:57:41

Beijing has moved thousands of wholesale booths and shut down 315 polluting factories in the first three quarters of this year.

Poll finds reluctance to have 2nd child

2015-11-17 06:42:37

Despite the planned universal two-child policy, many young couples are reluctant to have a second child because of concerns including the possibility of a lower standard of living, a survey has found.

Yugur woman mixes business, philanthropy and art in a successful melange

2015-11-17 07:55:00

Businesswoman Serkyi is a modern day Renaissance woman, known among the Yugur as a tribal "junkwoman", museum owner, horseback-riding elementary school teacher, khata maker and painter.