Samsung has issued an apology to Chinese consumers after being criticized for adopting a double standard in dealing with the faulty Galaxy Note 7.
Two Chinese subtitle translators for Japanese anime programs have been detained for copyright infringement in Tokyo, the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper reported.
The body of a female victim was retrieved by rescuers after a rain-triggered landslide hit a village in east China's Zhejiang Province, authorities said Thursday.
Shuangliu International Airport near the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu is facing questions over its use of X-ray screening machines without posting warnings at prominent locations over the potential danger of radiation, Southern Metropolis Daily reported.
Chinese media reporting that baking soda -- or sodium bicarbonate -- can "starve" cancer cells is not a medically rigorous statement, said experts.
China will offer more maternity beds and train more professionals to meet the growing demand for maternity resources, the health authority announced Tuesday.
Fiji's former Vice President Ratu Joni Madraiwiwi has passed away, the government-owned Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC) confirmed Thursday.
This year is also the 80th anniversary of the victory of the Long March, a famous military maneuver carried out by the Workers' and Peasants' Red Army by the Communist Party of China from 1934 to 1936.
China will step up efforts to promote judicial protection of human rights and civil participation in political affairs over the next five years, according to an action plan released on Thursday.
Three ministry-level departments have jointly released a new regulation to further crack down on cheating and other malpractices in China's civil servant exam.