Commuters in Beijing will be able to pay bus fares by scanning QR codes at the end of the year, according to the city’s rail transit authorities.
Wuxi City in Jiangsu Province has been known for its silk since ancient times and is also one of the birthplaces of Su embroidery. With a history of more than 2,000 years, the craft is named “Wuxi embroidery” after the location.
A poll found that 79.7 percent of respondents favor the peony blossom as the national flower of China, according to China Flower Association, the poll's organizer.
Southern Chinese cities prefer green transportation more than in other areas of China, according to a joint report by mapping firm AutoNavi, State Information Center, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba and other institutes.
In future, people will choose to live in locations with data advantages in the same way their ancestors chose to site themselves based on water availability, said Jack Ma, executive chairman of Alibaba group, at the APEC China CEO Forum 2019.
China's National Health and Family Planning Commission is mulling the regulation of e-cigarettes through legislation, according to a health official on Monday.
China’s civil aviation authorities have grounded all Gippsland GA8 Airvan aircraft after a crash in Sweden killed 9 people last week.
After gaining enough weight, Lu Zikuan, an 11-year-old boy in Huixian City of Henan Province, accompanied his father to Beijing on Thursday to prepare for a bone marrow transplant operation.
Beijing plans to apply facial recognition technology to combat public housing abuse such as illegal subletting in all 59 residential projects by the end of this October, Beijing News reported.
Construction of the world's first cross-border cableway kicked off at the China-Russia border on Thursday, marking new progress in infrastructure connectivity between the two countries and bringing much convenience to customs clearance.
China startup company Xinghe Power plans to launch the Ceres-1 solid launcher in March 2020 at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.
A unique personal identification tag may replace the traditional 6-digit postal code in China in future, according to a plan advocated by State Post Bureau Development Research Center and the Shikong Big Data Innovation Center at Peking University.
Manufacturing companies that have relocated their factories to other countries have a limited and controllable impact on China, Meng Wei, spokeswoman for the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), said during a press conference on Tuesday.
The trackless Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit (ART) system, designed and manufactured by CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Research Institute, has performed well under hot conditions in Doha, capital of Qatar, where testing began last Wednesday.
Although China is the second largest economy in the world, its per-capita income level is still low due to a large population, said Mao Shengyong, spokesperson for the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
Authorities in Beijing plan to impose a new measure to improve trash sorting that would mean waste not properly dealt with will not be collected.
China’s six central governmental departments, led by the Ministry of Education, have released a new regulation aimed at online tutoring services.
A new couple in Xuyi County, east China’s Jiangsu Province stopped taking wedding photos and rushed to rescue a girl who fell into a pond on Wednesday.
Shan Jixiang, former curator of the Palace Museum, said in Beijing on Wednesday that a partnership with Chinese telecom Huawei will enable the museum to enter into the 5G era and create greater experiences for visitors.
The No. 1 Courtyard on Xinfeng Street, a residential community in Beijing’s Xicheng District, is applying facial recognition as part of its drive to sort trash for disposal and recycling.
China plans to launch nearly 100 more satellites into space by 2025, according to a space expert at the World Geospatial Developers Conference in Beijing on Tuesday.
The National Health Commission has begun soliciting public opinions on two draft regulations regarding childcare organizations, the Beijing News reported.
Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Foshan are the top three cities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area where people are searching for houses to buy, according to a report by real estate Internet platform Anjuke.
The State Post Bureau has issued guidelines to support development of private express delivery enterprises, with the focus on promoting trustworthiness in the sector.
China is set to experience a nearly 2-million shortfall in professional gamers over the next five years amid rapid growth of the e-sports industry, according to a Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security report.
People ordering food online have become more environmentally friendly with mandatory garbage sorting introduced in Shanghai, according to a food delivery platform.
A park centered in the Archaeological Ruins of Liangzhu City in Hangzhou, the country's newly inscribed UNESCO World Heritage site, opened on Sunday.
Some hotel guests in Wuhan, Hubei Province, may soon be able to check if a room’s bedding and towels have been washed properly by simply scanning a QR code after a new laundry service becomes operational in the city’s Xinzhou District.
The Beijing Railway Bureau has announced a new train layout to become effective from July 10, bringing changes to the operation of a number of railway lines.
After more than 20 years of effort, Chinese researchers have announced the successful breeding of a hornless yak in northwest China's Qinghai Province.