Zheng Jinyang, a survivor of the Nanjing Massacre, died on Tuesday evening at the age of 95. Her death reduced the total number of registered survivors to 42.
Police in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region have busted an inter-provincial drug-trafficking ring, nabbing 80 suspects, said the local public security bureau on Wednesday.
Chinese people predominantly prefer to have fewer babies and to provide the best possible conditions for bringing up their children.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language will be shortened from three hours to less than two hours from July 26, test administrator ETS announced in Beijing on Tuesday.
The U.S. government is launching a program of 5 billion-plus U.S. dollars to accelerate the development of new coronavirus vaccines and treatments, to better guard against current and future COVID variants.
One man died and three other people were hurt in a shooting at a funeral home in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.
The 27.1-km Nairobi Expressway, built by a Chinese firm under a public-private partnership model, marked a milestone of 12 million total trips by vehicles that have used it since its operation in July last year.
"The high-speed railway trains are packed with visiting tourists and the air smells of cumin." This is how netizens described Zibo, a city in East China's Shandong Province over the past month.
A shooting in downtown Louisville in the U.S. state of Kentucky left six people dead, including the shooter, and nine others injured Monday morning.
China's national observatory on Tuesday morning continued to issue a blue alert for sandstorms in multiple regions in the next 24 hours.
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic is waning, people are still encouraged to get vaccinated and get their booster shots regardless of whether they have been previously infected or not, so as to reinforce herd immunity against the virus.
China's tourism industry will continue to surge as people show a strong desire to travel during the May Day holiday despite it being almost a month away, according to industry insiders.
Walking 8,000 steps per day just on weekends can lower the risk of death, a Japanese research group has found.
A sandstorm from Mongolia swept through parts of China on Monday, spreading from far north Heilongjiang province to as far south as Shanghai.
The growing amount of sewage sludge tainted with radioactive substances emanating from the Fukushima nuclear disaster is pushing the storage facility to its limit, local media reported.
China's National Health Commission on Monday unveiled the latest plan for COVID-19 vaccination, which aims to raise the immunity levels of certain groups and further reduce the risks of severe infection and death from the virus.
Cross-border passenger trains linking Kunming, the capital of southwest China's Yunnan province, and the Lao capital Vientiane will be launched on the China-Laos railway on April 13, China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. said Monday.
Over 550,000 migratory birds have been spotted this spring in the four wetland nature reserves in north China's Tianjin Municipality, according to the municipal Bureau of Planning and Natural Resources.
The first and currently the only special medical zone in China, the Boao Lecheng International Medical Tourism Pilot Zone in Qionghai, Hainan province, which provides world-class medical tourism services to domestic and international patients, has experienced a rapid increase in visitors.
Japan's attempts to release the Fukushima nuclear-contaminated water into the ocean will not only violate international law but also its own domestic laws, said Yen-Chiang Chang, a professor of international law studies from Dalian Maritime University.
In the wake of four people taking their own lives in a suspected group suicide at the popular Tianmen Mountain scenic spot in Hunan province, the local government called for greater safety efforts on Saturday.
Train cars derailed in Jasper, the southern U.S. state of Alabama, with two crew members have been transported to the hospital as a precaution, said police early Sunday morning.
Two police officers were shot dead Saturday in a shooting during a traffic stop northwest of the village of Cameron in the northwestern U.S. state of Wisconsin.
Chinese scientists have denied accusations that China deliberately withheld key information regarding the origins of COVID-19, and said the latest published study suggested that humans may have introduced the virus to the Huanan seafood market in Wuhan, Hubei province.
Central authorities are increasingly turning to the visible hand of the government to ensure that older, less-skilled rural workers are able to find work at a time when manual laborers are increasingly being replaced by artificial intelligence and automation.
China has been transparent in sharing research results on the origins-tracing of SARS-CoV-2 with the international community, a Chinese health official said at a press conference on Saturday.
Zhejiang Province, a manufacturing and trade hub in east China, has launched a new cargo air service linking its capital city of Hangzhou with Denmark.
A man who killed five people and injured eight others in a hit-and-run vehicle assault in 2021 in Dalian, Liaoning province, was executed on Friday, a local court reported.
A court in east China's Jiangsu Province on Friday handed prison terms to six people after convicting them of trafficking, incarcerating and abusing a woman.
The Xichong Community in the southern Chinese metropolis of Shenzhen has been certified as an International Dark Sky Community, the first one of its kind in China, according to Shenzhen Astronomical Observatory.