Mobile projects to popularize science have served more than 500 million people, expanding science and technology education to some of the most remote regions of the country, according to the China Science and Technology Museum on Monday.
Some community hospitals in Shanghai have introduced new COVID-19 vaccines covering the Omicron variants, including the protein subunit vaccine and the mRNA vaccine, which are available for people aged above 18.
Cathay Pacific Airways, the largest airline in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, apologized on Monday evening after an online post accused flight attendants from the airline of discrimination against non-English speaking passengers.
A center affiliated with the Ministry of Ecology and Environment has been designated as the International Atomic Energy Agency's first global collaboration center for nuclear and radiation safety, according to the ministry.
Heavy rainfall hit Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, on Monday, causing severe waterlogging and making it difficult for residents to travel.
Central authorities have published a catalog of care services and cash subsidies to create a safety net targeting the country's fast-expanding elderly population.
The leader of the World Health Organization has spoken of his "relief" three weeks ago, when he declared the COVID-19 pandemic no longer "a public health emergency of international concern" — but he has cautioned the threat is not over.
Allowing travel agencies to resume organizing group tours for Taiwan residents who want to visit the Chinese mainland will help expand cross-Strait exchanges and ease tensions, an expert on Taiwan affairs said.
Smart television manufacturers and sellers must provide consumers with an option to turn off advertisements inserted in the devices to protect their rights and interests, China's top court said.
A recent video that showed a street vendor dressed as a frog and selling frog-shaped balloons being stopped by an urban patrol officer in Shanghai has stirred up a huge debate online.
Chinese people presented flowers in front of his grave, posting images and text online to mourn the man who developed strains of hybrid high-yield rice that helped alleviate famine and poverty around the world.
China's wild populations of more than 300 rare and endangered species including Asian elephants, snow leopards and orchids have steadily increased in recent years.
A recent survey revealed 99 percent of elderly in Beijing polled prefer home-based care and less than one percent would opt for institutional care, a Beijing civil affairs official said.
China has been taking concrete action to boost equitable and accessible healthcare in developing countries, said Cao Xuetao, vice-minister of the National Health Commission.
China's efforts to protect habitats and biodiversity have contributed to the increase in the population of many endangered species, the National Forestry and Grassland Administration said on Monday, the 23rd International Day for Biological Diversity.
Liuban Lopez, a Spanish language teacher from Cuba who rescued a drowning child and a woman in Beijing last month, told China News Network that he feels very happy living in China, because the country “treats him like a son”.
China has approved two COVID-19 vaccines to counter the country's currently dominant XBB mutated variant and the new vaccines will soon be released to the market.
The director-general of the World Health Organization, or WHO, has said the end of the COVID-19 global health emergency has shown that the only way for the world to face shared threats is with a shared response.
The collapse of a self-constructed building in Hunan province that killed 54 people last year was an "especially serious production safety liability accident" caused by the property owner's illegal construction and operation.
A specific check-in service was launched on Sunday that allows passengers to ride subway trains after taking a quick hand scanning in a designated line of the Beijing Metro.
The remains of a victim of the wrecked Chinese fishing vessel in the Indian Ocean were salvaged by Sri Lankan rescuers on Saturday evening and transferred to the Chinese side, the ministry of transport of China confirmed on Sunday.
The risk of a new large-scale COVID-19 outbreak in China in the short term is minimal, despite a recent uptick in new infections, according to health experts.
Two bodies were found on Thursday afternoon after a Chinese deep-sea fishing vessel capsized on Tuesday in the Indian Ocean with a 39-member crew on board, the Ministry of Transport said on Thursday.
A direct air route between Fuzhou, capital of East China's Fujian province, and Taiwan will resume on Monday after a three-year suspension, the local government announced on Thursday.
Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi province, is working with Central Asian countries to develop tourism based on intangible cultural resources along the ancient Silk Road in order to better reflect the region's rich history.
China will continue to expand coverage of maternity insurance and explore wider implementations long-term care insurance as part of its efforts to achieve balanced population development and tackle its rapidly aging trend.
The more times an individual is infected with COVID-19, the higher the risk of sequelae people will face, Gao Fu, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) said recently. Gao also believes that long COVID has been a basic fact.
Health experts said on Tuesday that the risk of seeing a new COVID-19 outbreak in China in the short term is minimal, despite of a recent uptick in new infections.
Chinese authorities are working on solutions to improve the employment situation for young people, who have faced increasing unemployment in the past few months due to structural imbalances in the job market.
The Chinese mainland and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region should strengthen cooperation in education and carry out more exchanges among teachers and students to promote mutual learning, officials and teachers said on Tuesday.