The International Horticultural Exhibition will open in a month to include the latest in floriculture and fruit and vegetable farming at a 500 hectare site at the foot of the Great Wall in northwest Beijing's Yanqing District.
After quitting a stable job and pursuing studies in the UK for the love of art, a woman in central China’s Wuhan City has created amazingly realistic cakes that feature Chinese culture and traditions.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda said China's “Belt and Road Initiative” is about more than just the country's own interests, but is also an effort to build a community with a shared future for the whole of mankind.
China's cyberspace authorities have advised short video platforms including Douyin, Kuaishou and Huoshan to pilot a system designed to prevent young users from becoming addicted to online videos.
Legless veteran Ma Sanxiao has planted more than 17,000 trees on hills near his village in Hebei Province since 2000, turning a former wasteland into a green, lush landscape that he now wants to leave to future generations.
Jia Kang, president of the China Academy of New Supply-side Economics, said China faces no serious barriers in introducing a real estate tax, theoretically or practically.
China’s popular social media app WeChat said on Wednesday that it doesn’t monitor chat data, following media reports of its suspected targeted marketing practices.
Students at Southeast University in Nanjing displayed their creative works at the university's 10th science and technology festival, with a special focus on the application of biological methods and systems found in nature.
Three foreign passengers were found carrying 195 kg of old electronic parts deemed to be prohibited solid waste as they arrived at Baiyun International Airport in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, according to local customs.
In a statement on its official Sina Weibo account, the university said one of the visitors was there without making a required reservation and they also hurled insults at a female security officer on campus before the conflict.
Beijing Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission has ordered companies to strengthen internal management in introducing new financial products or services.
The University of Cambridge said its policy to accept China's National Higher Education Entrance Examination, commonly known as Gaokao, for Chinese applicants has been in place for several years.
Authorities in Liuzhou City, Southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, said they are applying for national and UNESCO recognition of Luosifen, a local rice noodle specialty, as an intangible cultural heritage.
China's three central government departments have released new measures to further reform the country's value-added tax (VAT), including the departure tax-refund scheme.
The Bank of America, N. A. Shanghai Branch (BANA Shanghai) has been approved to engage in RMB interest rate swaps (IRS) after becoming the first US non-body corporate member of Shanghai Clearing House.
A woman has died at 34 years old after drinking fruit juice to fight a fever, raising questions about her employer Nu Skin, a direct sales company.
A homeless man in Shanghai who recently became an Internet celebrity known for his eloquence and erudition said fame cannot change his fate.
The Commercial Aircraft Corp of China (COMAC) said its new-energy plane Lingque H (LQ-H2), powered by hydrogen fuel, has completed another test flight in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, with sound performance.
China's first cloned police dog, Kunxun, has arrived at a base of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) in Kunming City, Yunnan Province, for 10 months of training before going into service.
A car parking space at a high-end residential area in Beijing has sold for 1.38 million yuan ($210,000) in an online auction, enough to buy two houses in one of China's smaller cities.
At least six foreign premium car brands have announced a cut in retail prices, with the biggest cut of 85,000 yuan ($12,700) for Land Rover vehicles, after China plans to reduce the country's value-added tax (VAT) starting on April 1.
More than 60 percent of Chinese teenagers sleep less than eight hours a day and homework is thought to be the key reason, according to a study by the Chinese Sleep Research Society, ahead of World Sleep Day.
Nearly 70 percent of respondents in a survey said they regretted buying an electric car, mainly due to problems with battery quality, according to Shanghai-based news website Jiemian.com.
China's Internet financial institutions will include the credit information system, said Chen Yulu, deputy governor of the People's Bank of China.
China’s real estate market is generally stable, according to Mao Shengyong, a spokesman for the National Bureau of Statistics.
China mobile has started to phase out its TD-SCDMA 3G base stations, first in East China’s Fujian Province, as the country moves rapidly from 4G to the 5G era.
The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST) in Guizhou Province, the world's largest single-dish radio telescope, has been developed for scientific research and will not be employed as a marketing gimmick to boost tourism, said Wang Shijie, vice governor of the province.
China's popular social media app WeChat has issued a warning against using the app to tout medicines, calling it a violation of law that will be punished.
Seasonal factors are the cause of a growth slowdown in China's main financial data in February, which is a normal occurrence, according to the People's Bank of China (PBOC).
China’s civil aviation authority has required all domestic airlines to suspend flights of Boeing 737-8 aircraft after an Ethiopian Airlines passenger jet crashed minutes after take-off on Sunday, killing all 157 people on board.