The World Health Organization and the International Agency for Research on Cancer have evaluated the carcinogenicity of the consumption of red meat and processed meat.
The recognition given by Guinness World Records to Yangzhou last week for the world's largest serving of fried rice has been revoked.
The Communist Party of China (CPC) will convene the fifth plenary session of its 18th Central Committee to outline the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) for national development on Monday, with extraordinary achievements in the 12th plan period (2011-2015).
Last year, about 102,000 people in the city benefited from the new program, which reimbursed about 11 percent of each person's medical bills.
A seminar, hosted by the Chinese Academy of Governance to address humanitarian aids challenges, concluded over the weekend in Beijing.
Tourists will be punished if they do not abide by contracts they sign with travel agencies that offer incredibly cheap tour packages, China's top tourism watchdog said.
Jiang Xuefan, a visitor from Beijing, had a pleasant surprise when she came across 12 panda twins in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, on Saturday.
Men are more likely to fall for Internet scams and suffer economic losses, according to a security report issued by China's biggest security software provider.
Phishing, the practice of obtaining personal information, data and money from unsuspecting users, has moved quickly and in big numbers to smartphones, a leading Chinese security software provider reported.
Echoing the nation's encouragement for more innovation and entrepreneurship, China's young generation is keen to set up businesses.
A large water diversion project broke ground on Thursday in Central China's Hubei province, which will benefit nearly 5 million people after completion.
Local governments have been asked to investigate illegal logging of forests in the Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries after an international environmental protection organization released a report pointing to the activity, the State Forestry Administration said.