The week in photos: Nov. 27-Dec. 3
A detection and defense system against unmanned aerial vehicles has been put into trail operation at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, local authorities announced on Thursday.
Beijing authorities have set a tenancy cap for government-subsidized rental housing built on collective construction land.
China's theme park market is set to become the world's largest by 2020, surpassing the United States and Japan, according to estimates by consulting company Euromonitor International.
Chinese police has repatriated an American fugitive to the U.S. at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, the fourth such fugitive this year.
Two of the four Chinese students studying in Canada and who went missing are still unaccounted for while the two others have been found, Chen Zhishan, a spokesman for Chinese Consulate General said on Sunday.
Chinese automaker Zhejiang Geely Holding Group and Terrafugia, a Boston-based company that made the world's first flying car, signed an agreement on Monday, whereby the former will acquire Terrafugia and provide financial and research support to the startup, according to China Central Television.
Nie Zhengzhao, who fought with the Chinese Expeditionary Force during the war against Japanese aggression, died at the age of 94 in his home in Tengchong, Yunnan Province, on Saturday.
Accompanied by the rhythm of local instruments, 23-year-old American Jong May, wearing a traditional Miao costume, performed the national intangible cultural heritage Phoenix dance at the Wanda tourist resort in Danzhai county, Southwest China's Guizhou Province.