This year, more than 7.49 million students will graduate from college, and many have voiced concern about seeking employment.
In an unprecedented move to reach out to the Western audience and help them understand why it remains the single, largest ruling party in a country of 1.3 billion people, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has published a series of books about itself during BookExpo America (BEA) 2015.
Chen Meng thought he had chosen one of the most promising industries in the country when he established a community-based nursing home in Beijing in 2011.
An estimated 3 percent of Chinese students studying in the US - or about 8,000 - were dismissed last year, according to a white paper.
Guangdong police, working with their counterparts in East China's Fujian province, seized more than 1.1 tons of methamphetamine, commonly known as "ice", after busting three major laboratories on May 14 and 15, according to a senior Guangdong police officer.
The successful use of big data, face recognition and other technology in China's "Fox Hunt 2015" operation resulted in the apprehension of fugitives that had fled overseas, the People's Daily reported Thursday.
Indoor smoking and tobacco advertisements will be banned in public places in Beijing as part of new tobacco control regulations which come into force on June 1.
Four county officials have been suspended from their duties after a fire claimed 38 lives at a rest home in central China's Henan Province on Monday night.
Chinese police apprehended 175 tomb raiders in an operation which saw 1,168 cultural relics recovered, the Ministry of Public Security announced on Tuesday.
One of the richest men in China's entertainment hub faces 10-year prison and even death for organizing sex trade and destroying evidence.
Baoding has drawn up a blueprint for transforming itself into a central city in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.
Chinese mainland's global marketing effort to increase inbound tourism is paying off.