A recent lawsuit related to working overtime through the use of WeChat has aroused heated discussion, prompting legal professionals to call on people to increase their awareness and learn to protect their interests in this fast-changing era.
Zibo city in Shandong province has unexpectedly gone viral on Chinese social media since late February for its local barbecue specialty, and continues to trend as the local government takes the opportunity to spur tourism and spending.
Passengers are no longer required to wear masks while traveling via subway or bus in Beijing, according to media reports.
Germany has officially left the nuclear age after turning off its last three atomic energy facilities on Sunday, a decision that has drawn a mixed response across the country.
Experts and officials said over the weekend that developing novel and multivalent vaccines, monitoring immunity levels across the population and increasing booster-shot coverage among vulnerable groups remain essential tasks.
The number of Chinese students studying abroad this year is likely to reach or even exceed the level before COVID-19 hit in 2019, with a strong recovery already seen in the sector after travel restrictions were lifted.
New charging piles for electric vehicles (EVs) in China saw stable expansion in the first quarter of the year, industry data showed.
Beijing's buses and subways have stopped mandating passengers to wear masks, ECNS learned from insiders on Sunday.
China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) on Saturday held a string of activities to mark the annual National Security Education Day under the theme of "National Security, Foundation of Stability and Prosperity".
The COVID-19 pandemic is nearing its end based on data published by the World Health Organization, said Wu Zunyou, chief epidemiologist at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Over the past five years, Chinese authorities have dealt with 528,800 foreigners who illegally entered, stayed or worked in the country, deporting 351,000 of them.
Data released by provincial regions across the country show that Guangdong remains the largest province in terms of population and has the highest number of births, Chinanews.com reported on Friday.
Japanese residents on Thursday held a rally in Tokyo to protest against the Japanese government's plan to discharge nuclear-contaminated water into the sea, two years after the decision was announced.
The small city in East China's Shandong Province was thronged with people flocking to its numerous barbecue restaurants for a taste of the mouth-watering dishes.
Grieving handlers write touching obituaries for recently deceased animals, Yuan Quan and Jia Zhao report.
An increasing number of young people in large Chinese cities are choosing to become so-called digital nomads in the hope of striking a better work-life balance by operating remotely.
People enjoy sipping a brew at the seventh Lujiazui Coffee Festival in Shanghai, which attracts 260 coffee brands to participate.Hearing-impaired baristas partnered others to compete in a latte art competition at the seventh Lujiazui Coffee Festival in Shanghai that kicked off late last month.
China has made continuous efforts to ensure that quality medical resources are channeled to the community level and that they are more evenly distributed among regions, according to the National Health Commission (NHC).
China has established 13 national medical centers specializing in different fields, according to an official of the National Health Commission (NHC).
China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced on Thursday that it has started soliciting public opinions on a draft regulation pertaining to murder mystery games, commonly called "Jubensha," which includes a prohibition on venues admitting underage customers on school days.
The New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals late on Wednesday partly blocked a ruling that endangers access to the key abortion pill mifepristone in the United States.
A fire ravaged a house in Japan's northeastern prefecture of Aomori early Thursday, killing five people in a possible case of murder-arson, local media reported.
With the help of modern technology, herders in Tumxuk, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region no longer need to worry about camel herding and penning, an activity that used to be a headache for them, Chinanews.com reported on Wednesday.
The China-Laos Railway started cross-border passenger services on Thursday, a move that is expected to boost regional connectivity.
China's coastal sea levels last year reached their highest level since 1980, according to a report released on Wednesday by the Ministry of Natural Resources.
Dior has been criticized on Chinese and overseas social networks over alleged racial discrimination after it published a promotional photo that showed a model pulling the corners of her eyes upward in a manner like she was slanting her eyes.
China's top disease control authorities clarified on Wednesday that people do not need to wear masks in outdoor spaces and workplaces, on campuses and when working out.
Air quality in Shanghai and its surrounding areas in the Yangtze River Delta had gradually returned to normal by Wednesday afternoon after a dust storm swept across the region starting on Tuesday night.
China issued a new set of guidelines on Wednesday regarding the use of face masks by the general public to prevent COVID-19 infection, stating that it is now no longer mandatory to wear face masks when using public transport.
The total output value of Tibetan medicine production enterprises in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region reached 2.52 billion yuan (about 365.9 million U.S. dollars) in 2022, about twice that of 2012.