Over 1,000 university websites have security loopholes

2015-05-21 14:41:44

Thousands of loopholes have been found on more than 1,000 university websites, the majority of which are high-risk vulnerabilities.

China's nuclear power capacity to reach 30m kilowatts by year end

2015-05-21 18:50:27

China will have 30 million kilowatts (KW) of nuclear power capacity by the end of 2015, said Xu Yuming, deputy director of the China Nuclear Energy Association on Thursday.

China aims to first land on 'dark side' of moon

2015-05-20 16:50:36

China is planning to land its Chang'e-4 probe on the moon's "dark side", according to Wu Weiren, the chief engineer for China's Lunar Exploration Program.

Transplants hit by lack of donors

2015-05-20 07:35:16

Chen Xinguo, a liver transplant surgeon, used to perform more than 200 liver transplant operations a year in Beijing at the General Hospital of Armed Police Forces, but the number has declined dramatically this year.

Air pollution is main complaint in reports to hotline last year

2015-05-20 07:35:16

The public submitted 1,463 pollution reports through the 12369 telephone hotline last year, and most were related to air pollution, the Ministry of Environmental Protection said on Tuesday.

Dutch owner to send preserved monk relic back to China

2015-05-20 07:51:09

The Dutch owner of a 1,000-year-old Buddha statue containing a mummified monk has said he will return the artifact to China within a month.

Fishing ban objection by Vietnam dismissed

2015-05-19 07:27:23

Beijing last week announced the temporary ban on fishing in parts of the sea between May 16 and Aug 1 to protect marine resources.

Complaint by CEO gets public attention

2015-05-19 07:40:06

A private entrepreneur never expected an open letter he wrote accusing some local government officials of abusing their power to draw wide attention from top leaders like Premier Li Keqiang.

HK signature campaign gathers mass support for reform package

2015-05-19 07:40:06

More than 1.2 million eligible voters in Hong Kong signed their names during a citywide campaign to show support for the government's electoral reform package, the group that organized the campaign, Alliance for Peace and Democracy, said on Monday.

Charity loses courtroom bid for control of tycoon's fortune

2015-05-19 07:40:06

Hong Kong's highest court has ruled that a charity entrusted with the late property tycoon Nina Wang's multibillion-dollar estate will have to follow her will to the letter.

Having daughters makes you happier, survey says

2015-05-19 07:39:15

Parents who have girls are much happier than those with boys, particularly when the children reach early adulthood, according to a study.

China probes traffic accident that killed 35

2015-05-17 18:48:40

The State Council, China's cabinet, dispatched a work team to investigate a fatal bus accident in northwestern China's Shaanxi province that claimed 35 lives on Sunday.