Foreigners will be able to apply for visa extensions and residence permits at district police offices in Guangzhou and Shenzhen, not just at a city-level public security bureau, the provincial police announced on Tuesday.
China will build a comprehensive network to detect pollution of the land, sea and air by 2020, employing satellites, drones and remote sensors to monitor the environment.
More than 10 countries involved in One Belt, One Road express interest in China running schools or education programs on their territory.
Rescuers are employing more methods and expanding the search area in an effort to find two remaining people washed away by a flood in northwest China's Shaanxi province.
Li Xiaoyu had dreamed of being a police officer since she was a little girl.
"I can hear!" Emato said with tears in her eyes as she held the hands of two practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine who had just performed 10 minutes of acupuncture.
Weizhou Island in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region is also known as China's barrier reef. It's the largest and youngest volcano island in the country and has attracted millions of tourists annually in recent years.
A Beijing policeman rescued a newborn baby that was stuck facedown in a public toilet, reaching his arm down into the pipe to gently pull the infant out, the police reported on Tuesday.
East and south China provinces are on high alert for an approaching super typhoon that may bring gales and storms to the coast and some inland regions of China.
Beijing will limit cars on streets and industrial production to ensure blue skies as the city counts down for the Sept 3 military parade commemorating World War II victory.
Beijing will take a series of measures to reduce the emission of air pollutants for 15 days to guarantee blue skies for the military parade on Sept 3.
Breast-feeding improves maternal and infant well-being, but its popularity has declined over the past decade despite clear health benefits.