Recent graduates in information science receive the highest salaries when they enter the workplace, a survey found.
China should produce prototypes of its two ultrafast helicopters within the next decade, the country's chief helicopter designer said.
A draft law seeks to allow local governments to shut down cyberspace network temporarily if a breach of security occurs.
Zhou Lei has followed the heated debate on WeChat on whether anyone involved in child trafficking should get the death penalty.
Chinese students who study at British state schools will bring more benefits than disadvantages to those schools and their students, according to a senior overseas study consultant in China.
Beijing has criticized Tokyo's response as "ludicrous" after a Japanese Cabinet spokesman publicly denounced Chinese events to mark the fight against the Japanese invasion more than 70 years ago.
China will redirect more than $40.3 billion of fiscal appropriations reclaimed due to inefficient or illegal use to projects that urgently need money, the State Council decided on Wednesday.
Exhibitions that exclusively seek monetary profits will have to keep their hands off pandas, which are an endangered species and a source of national pride in China, according to forestry authorities.
A recent report has shown the affluent from Chinese mainland and Singapore are the most frequent travelers, averaging 3.1 trips per year.
A majority of students polled in a recent national survey reported experiencing or witnessing school bullying, a finding one expert blamed on the reduction of good social conduct on the Internet.
Shenzhen has done the best among China's major cities in enforcing the tobacco control law, according to a report released on Wednesday.
Even if China's stock market selloff ends in a sustained correction (defined as a loss of 20 percent of more), the mainland will remain a driver of future growth for the global asset management industry, according to members of The Boston Consulting Group.