Many of those who have heard about the prowess of the People's Liberation Army's rocket artillery force are still amazed when they visit Major Wang Peicheng's battalion and learn about its capabilities.
The Tianhe-1A supercomputer has resumed service on Monday after the Tianjin blasts damaged its building and supporting facilities.
Operations at the Tianjin port have returned to normal following warehouse blasts on Aug 12 that left more than 200 dead or missing.
Representatives from 30 Beijing-based Internet media and the Beijing Internet Information Office visited the World Anti-fascist War Memorial Park in Haila'er, Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
A national cultural industry demonstration base that highlighted with diversified cultures opened in Hohhot's Yuquan district on August 6 in Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
Doctor Huang Zhiqiang had a simple funeral. He left his body for medical research.
Seven people have been confirmed dead and 57 others remain missing more than four days after a landslide hit a mining company in Northwest China's Shaanxi province, rescuers said Sunday
Authorities said on Sunday that an estimated several hundred metric tons of sodium cyanide stored at the scene of Wednesday's killer explosions in Tianjin have not harmed human health or the environment.
The average fitness level of primary and secondary school students in China has improved slightly after years of decline, but that of college students continues to worsen, according to a national report.
A total of 112 bodies have been found, and 95 people remain missing, including 85 firefighters, after the warehouse explosions rocked Tianjin.
Blasts near the world's fourth-largest port that killed at least 50 people and injured hundreds could strike a blow to the regional economy, experts said.
China's top graft-buster has taken more measures to discipline Party officials as the nationwide campaign against corruption gathers steam.