'Putin tiger' may spend winter in China

2014-10-18 18:31:23

A tiger that allegedly roamed into China after being set free by Russian President Vladimir Putin may spend the winter in China, according to the latest investigation.

Time runs out for vice-presidents

2014-10-18 15:46:39

Six vice-presidents of Xi'an Jiaotong University in Northwest China's Shaanxi province have been stood down from their roles, the university’s website announced.

3 Japanese female ministers visit notorious Yasukuni Shrine

2014-10-18 15:19:11

Three Japanese female ministers on Saturday paid visits to the notorious war-linked Yasukuni Shrine during its autumn festival.

Writer Lu Xun's works honored in NY

2014-10-18 06:15:49

Lu Xun, one of the leading figures of modern Chinese literature, was honored in New York with performances by the Beijing Dance Theater at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Premier Li outlines his Eurasian blueprint

2014-10-18 04:57:43

Premier Li Keqiang has put forward a blueprint for cooperation between Asia and Europe, voicing China's commitment to shouldering more duties in global governance and security.

Work completed on satellite launch center in Hainan

2014-10-18 04:55:56

Construction of the Wenchang Satellite Launch Center in Hainan province, China's fourth and most advanced space launch center, has been completed and it will soon become operational.

Cheers for Hong Kong police as barricades removed

2014-10-18 04:46:42

Commuters in Hong Kong plagued by traffic disruptions triggered by 20 days of illegal sit-ins cheered Friday as police reopened key roads.

Well-heeled travelers eye Latin America and Africa

2014-10-18 04:37:24

Chinese tourists aren’t just traveling the world - they’re redefining global travel. The world’s largest outbound tourism market is "dictating the international tourism map".

Alipay targets retailers with new services

2014-10-17 13:10:10

Alipay, China's largest e-payment provider, has launched ePass, a new e-tool that allows US merchants to sell and deliver products directly to individual Chinese consumers without translating their website or setting up warehouses in China.

Ex-railway official sentenced to death

2014-10-17 11:06:35

Former senior railway official has been sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve on corruption charges by a court in Beijing on Friday.

HK police remove Occupy barricades in Mong Kok

2014-10-17 07:57:22

More than 100 Hong Kong police officers started removing barricades in Mong Kok Friday morning where Occupy movement participants had blockaded roads and streets from Sept. 28.

Millions of tons of grain wasted yearly

2014-10-17 07:42:53

China wastes at least 35 million metric tons of grain every year due to poor storage and transportation methods and excessive processing.