Without intervention and cessation, roughly one in three of all young men in China would end up dying from smoking-related diseases, a study says.
A State newspaper manager has been found to illegally have gained permanent residence in the UK along with his family, violating China's relevant regulation.
The Ministry of Transport held a completion ceremony for the construction of Huayang and Chigua Lighthouses on Huayang Reef of China's Nansha Islands, marking the start of the operation of the two lighthouses.
China and Thailand agreed to speed up cooperation on a joint railway project, in an effort to ensure an early start within the year.
China and US should push forward the healthy and stable development of ties by implementing the consensus reached during President Xi's state visit.
The subway operator who owns the escalator said a woman left both the boy and a three-year-old girl unattended when the incident happened.
China will continue to improve the living standard of military personnel and veterans by further raising their income and reforming the pension system for retirees, experts said.
Archaeologists announced that the sunken warship known as Dandong No 1 was tentatively identified on Thursday as the cruiser Zhiyuan of the Beiyang Fleet at Dandong, Liaoning province.
Tu Youyou, China's first Nobel laureate for medicine, described her discovery of the anti-malaria treatment artemisinin as Western medicine inspired by long-established knowledge from traditional Chinese medicine.
Under the Belt & Road Initiative, central and local governments will introduce supportive policies for TCM to go abroad, which inspires many businessmen.
Four new areas of the Palace Museum, or the Forbidden City, are open to the public for the first time since the museum was founded 90 years ago.
Here are the top stories from China and the world over the last week during Chinese National Day holiday.