Claw crane machines, telephone box-like mini-KTV booths, and Virtual Reality game trials are among new businesses booming around China’s shopping malls, cinemas, and restaurants exploiting people’s spare time, Worker’s Daily reported.
A milestone has been reached in the transformation of the National Aquatics Center—colloquially known as the Water Cube and a venue of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics—into the Ice Cube, a venue for curling events during the Beijing 2022 Winter Games.
China’s social e-commerce startup Xiaohongshu, which means ‘little red book,’ has been removed from Android app stores for “unknown reasons”, Beijing News reported.
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said on Monday that Japan will offer an online application option for single-entry visas for Chinese group tourists starting July 30.
Home prices in 24 major Chinese cities stopped rising in June following measures to curb speculation, said a report by the National Academy of Economic Strategy at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Four giant pandas have already attracted 140,000 tourists in their first month after arrival at Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Wild Zoo in Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province.
AsiaWorld-Expo, a world-class venue in Hong Kong, has unveiled a digital and immersive version of “Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival”, a renowned Chinese painting that dates back to the Northern Song dynasty of the 11th century.
Commercial 5G mobile phones from four brands will make their debuts during the August 18 shopping festival held by China's e-commerce platform Suning.com.
China has developed the largest network of electric-vehicle charging facilities in the world, with 1.002 million EV charging piles built by the end of June, said Li Fulong, head of development and planning at the National Energy Administration, on Thursday in Beijing.
Beijing Interstellar Glory Space Technology Ltd., also known as i-Space, launched a rocket into orbit on Thursday afternoon from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.
Hundreds of artificial nests have been installed on power poles scattered across Longbao National Nature Reserve in Qinghai Province to protect wild birds and ensure electricity transmission.
The zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality has launched a global call to find names for four panda cubs born on the same day to two mother pandas.
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.