Inbound tourism to the Chinese mainland has registered a small increase in the past year, but some substandard domestic travel services and the world's political and economic environment are slowing its development.
Chinese microblogging website Weibo has banned a popular blogger for six months for saying women during World War II were lucky to "have survived the war," which triggered outrage online in China.
Customs authorities recently launched what they said was the most aggressive crackdown in recent years against imported solid waste, as hundreds of suspects were detained on smuggling charges.
Nature is prioritizing Ebola research that will help contain the disease outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the leading science journal announced on Monday.
The universal second-child policy adopted in 2016 is proving popular among young adults, with almost 60 percent saying they want to have two children, a study has found.
Two hundred faculty members at the University of Southern California (USC) have called on school President Max Nikias to step down following accusations of sexual misconduct against a former physician at the school's student health center.
Shanghai cab driver Yao Yanjun's convenience store has been open for three months. It helps him bring in extra money to supplement his taxi income. Best of all, he doesn't even have to rent a storefront in the expensive Chinese metropolis.
At least seven new cases of Ebola haemorrhagic fever outbreak have been confirmed in northwest Democratic Republic of Congo, the Minister of Health said in a statement on Monday.
A dry goods seller has recently become a savior for a girl who fell from a canopy about five meters above ground at a wholesale market in Southwest China's Chongqing, the Chongqing Evening Post reported.
China's General Administration of Customs in early April conducted its second round of the "Blue Sky 2018" - a special campaign against overseas rubbish smuggling.