The Beijing Capital International Airport has started to pilot provisional electronic identification for passengers, reports the Beijing News.
The Chinese crested tern, the world's most endangered tern species, is in danger of hybridizing with a sister species because of its small population, said Chinese ornithologists.
Police in China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) were looking for two robbers on Thursday after goods worth 5 million Hong Kong dollars (about 637,000 U.S. dollars) were snatched in a smash-and-grasp raid on a luxury jewellery shop in Tsim Sha Tsui district.
Renmin University of China on Wednesday inaugurated its Silk Road School at its campus in Suzhou City in east China's Jiangsu Province.
Across China, ecological conservation is increasingly becoming a high priority, even high upon the Tibetan Plateau.
The current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) has spread from remote, inaccessible areas to a major city of over a million population, posing major health concern for the country and its neighbors, officials said Wednesday.
San Francisco, with one of the largest Chinese communities in the United States, is pushing to recognize Chinese heritage through renaming public schools after Chinese historical figures.
A Los Angeles university gynecologist who allegedly targeted Asian students for sexual abuse has prompted an outpouring of concern on Chinese social media about the security and safety of U.S. campuses and American society in general.
Malaysia's new Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook said on Wednesday that the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will end on May 29, as the U.S.-seabed exploration firm Ocean Infinity is about to complete the search area but has not locate any major finding so far.
The population of crested ibis, a bird once thought extinct, has exceeded 3,000 in East Asia, said experts Wednesday at an international forum held in Yangxian County in northwest China.