Two Chinese universities, Tsinghua University and Peking University, are steadily approaching the top 10 of the Times Higher Education, or THE's World University Rankings.
China's first commercial suspended monorail line opened to the public on Tuesday in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, offering commuters a surreal experience like riding a futuristic vehicle in a sci-fi movie.
Five people were killed and 15 others injured in a pileup involving multiple vehicles on an expressway in Wuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, local authorities said on Thursday. An investigation into the cause of the accident, which took place around 2 a.m. on Thursday, is underway.
The Taklimakan Desert in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is known as China's largest desert with an area of 337,000 square kilometers, once making travel between surrounding cities difficult.
A nationwide uniform signage for the protection of martyrs' memorial facilities will be introduced in China.
A city in Southwest China's Yunnan province announced on Tuesday plans to temporarily set up a strict border control zone from Sunday to Dec 31 to combat telecom and online fraud.
A third person has been arrested in connection with the New York City day care center where a 1-year-old boy died after being exposed to fentanyl.
The Harbin Institute of Technology's Shenzhen campus is building the Integrated Circuit College.
The Guangzhou-Shanwei High-speed Railway, part of the high-speed railway network in China's southeastern coastal area, will also connect several railway lines to Fujian and Zhejiang provinces.
The cruise ship Resorts World One, with more than 1,800 passengers aboard, arrived at Sanya Phoenix Island International Cruise Port in Hainan province on Monday, after departing from Hong Kong two days earlier.
Chinese courts have been told they must severely punish the organizers, ringleaders and core members of scam operations, as the fight intensifies against telecom fraud and those providing groups with aid or technical support.
China's leadership in protecting coastal ecosystems and mitigating climate change has been applauded at the 2023 World Coastal Forum held in Yancheng, Jiangsu province.
Xinhuanghe, an online news outlet, reported on Saturday that a father discovered that his 10-year-old son at Dacheng Bilingual School had been assaulted by two other students — both aged 9 — for about two years.
The first phase of the line spans 10.5 kilometers with six stations in the Optical Valley of Wuhan, a key center and science and technology innovation in the country.
The short-acting anesthetic etomidate will be placed under control starting in October, becoming the latest drug to be added to China's regulation list, the anti-drug authority announced on Tuesday.
The 24th Conference on the Electric Power Supply Industry (CEPSI) will take place in Xiamen, Fujian province, from October 19 to 23, said China Electricity Council on Tuesday, co-organizer of the conference together with the Association of the Electricity Supply Industry of East Asia.
A new high-speed railway in Fujian province will start service on Thursday, slashing travel time between the major cities of Fuzhou and Xiamen to less than an hour.
Chinese police, prosecutors and judges have been required to strictly fight cyberbullying-related crimes, especially those harming juveniles, so as to strongly protect the legitimate rights of internet users and further purify the online environment.
The Ministry of State Security revealed several online tricks that have been used by foreign intelligence agencies to obtain classified or sensitive information from China, reminding the public to be wary of such traps.
China's Ministry of Education has warned against schools serving precooked meals to students, after parents complained they may be unhealthy and unsafe for children to eat.
The developer of an unmanned suspension railway has finished its phase I construction and started testing on Monday in Shanghai, the latest step in intelligent monorail testing in China.
Chinese police, prosecutors and judges will be required to impose harsher punishments on people who bully children and the disabled in cyberspace, a new guideline said.
The Chinese national security agency exposed several cases of espionage through telecommunications fraud on Monday, reminding netizens to be wary of not only telecommunications fraud from northern Myanmar.
An explosion on Friday at a factory in a science and technology park in Taiwan has claimed 10 lives, including four firefighters, and left nearly 100 injured as of Sunday afternoon, according to media reports on the island.
On Sunday morning fire killed 16 miners at a coal mine in Panguan township, Panzhou city, Southwest China’s Guizhou Province, the local authority announced on Sunday evening.
Chinese travelers have shown ever-increasing enthusiasm for traveling abroad this year, and the trend is on track to become more prominent for the rest of the year, fueling a growing demand for visa applications.
Racial demographics in the United States are changing fast and becoming more diverse, as new figures show Generation Z, those born between 1997 and 2012, will be the last with a white majority.
Bao Wenzheng, a senior at the High School Affiliated to Beijing Normal University, has published her third novel, entitled To My Roses.
The well-being ratings of the residents on the Chinese mainland are higher than the global average, according to a worldwide study conducted by leading global athletic apparel company Lululemon Athletica Inc.
The Laba Mountain Wind Power Project, part of the first batch of large wind and solar power base projects in China and the largest wind power project commissioned in Southwest China's Sichuan-Chongqing region since the "14th Five-Year Plan".