Lu Yonggen, an academician at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, has donated life savings of 8.8 million yuan ($1.34 million) to educational causes, Xinhua reported.
People's Daily, the flagship newspaper of the Communist Party of China (CPC), launched its English-language news app on Sunday, marking a key step to better "connect China and the world."
Starting on Oct. 15, the Civil Aviation Administration of China will cancel the issuance and use of passes that allow holders to directly board airplanes to perform public duties, Beijing Daily reported
Beijing is planning to build its first bicycle expressway to facilitate the link between large apartment complexes, an official with the capital's road maintenance and management center said on Wednesday.
Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei Province, has unveiled new residency, housing and income policies for college graduates, including a minimum income guideline, to woo more talents.
French painter Christian Poirot has finished his latest oil paintings based on "comfort women" in Nanjing City, capital of East China's Jiangsu Province, according to the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing's Massacre by Japanese Invaders.
A Chinese scientist said meteorites sold online were fake, with none found after parts of an asteroid hit Earth near Shangri-La County in southwest China's Yunnan Province on Oct. 4, reported the Chinese-language newspaper Modern Express.
An aged giant panda at Xi'an Qinling Wildlife Zoo has been diagnosed with pulpitis, a type of toothache, and has not been eating much in recent days, according to the zoo, in reply to netizen questions as to why the panda was looking extremely thin.
Three ancient Chinese irrigation works have been recognized as Heritage Irrigation Structures (HIS) by the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) in Mexico City, bringing the total number of HIS structures in China to 13.
A study of the tourism behavior among China’s working population shows that 88 percent of respondents had to work to some degree during their paid vacations, while one in three had no control over holiday plans.