» Is 'poker mahjong' the future?
Good news for mahjong lovers! Now gamblers have a new game to go crazy about: poker mahjong.
» Dinosaur enthusiasts find their paradise at Zigong Dinosaur Museum
Dinosaur enthusiasts find their paradise at Zigong Dinosaur Museum
» Beijing landscaper finds his garden bliss
The fruit of labor by Yu Yunle, who jokingly describes himself as a "farmer in the city", is shared by hundreds of thousands of people.
» Survey: 60% Taiwanese unhappy with cross-Strait ties under DPP
A survey of more than 1,000 people in Taiwan has showed that over 60 percent are dissatisfied with cross-Strait relations under the administration of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
» Chinese police solve 430 fake ID cases
Chinese police solved 430 cases involving counterfeiting, purchasing and selling fake IDs or "hukou" household registration documents in a three-year campaign.
» China to continue escort mission against pirate threats
The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy will continue escort missions, a long-term task, Yang Yujun, spokesperson of the Ministry of National Defense (MOD) said at a press briefing on Thursday.
» China to regroup PLA Army
The Central Military Commission has decided to reorganize the Army of the People's Liberation Army (PLA), Defense Ministry spokesperson Yang Yujun said Thursday.
» Floods expected in upper, middle reaches of Yangtze
Severe floods are forecast along the upper and middle reaches of the Yangtze River in this summer, as well as some nearby rivers and lakes.
» Former senior Henan official stands trial for bribery
Chen Xuefeng, a former provincial-level official in central China's Henan Province, stood trial Thursday at a court in central China's Hubei Province for accepting bribes and abuse of power.
» China's naval fleet drills in Western Pacific
A Chinese naval fleet sailed through the Miyako Strait and carried out drills in the waters here Thursday.
» Govt will use as much money as needed to fight smog, Premier says
» Premier Li calls for more unnecessary licenses to be cut
» Animation-decorated metro trains ease commuting pressure
Cartoon-decorated metro trains ease commuting pressure
» Business bears fruit for all
Despite seeming like an easy decision to make, Liu Xiaojun, a rural entrepreneur in Anhui province, said investing in the village where he was born has been a highly complicated process.
» Sea turtle population surges on islands
Ganquan Island used to be a haven for seafarers sailing along the ancient maritime Silk Road as it is one of two islands in the South China Sea that has underground fresh water.
» Alibaba helps police catch suspects in motor oil scam
E-commerce giant Alibaba is using big data to help Chinese police keep tabs on wholesalers suspected of importing fake motor lubricants from Malaysia and selling them online, the company said.
» Industrial profits up; economy promising
The rise of industrial profits in March reflects structural improvements in the economy, official data suggested on Thursday.
» Penalties rise for illegal mapping
In an effort to protect national security, China has strengthened its oversight of foreigners and foreign organizations involved in geological surveys or mapping in the country, according to the top legislature.
» Chinese fighter swoops into world market
China conducted the maiden flight of its dual-seat FC-1B trainer/fighter jet on Thursday morning, aiming to seize a bigger share of the global military aircraft market.
» Anti-poverty effort wins world's plaudits
Foreign governmental and private representatives lauded China's progress in poverty reduction as the International Department of the Communist Party of China Central Committee hosted an event in Beijing showing how the country has done it.
» Carrier will meet needs of mission
Asked whether China would build military bases around the world following the launch of its second aircraft carrier, a Ministry of Defense spokesman said, let's not get carried away.
» Experts warn of potential concerns about genetic privacy
Deliberate or accidental disclosure of personal information could result in discrimination, according to leading authorities.
» Five-day air show kicks off in Central China's Henan
The 5-day air show kicked off in Zhengzhou on Thursday, aiming to build a general aviation gathering center for business and communications.
» Anti-graft agency hunts 946 fugitives
China's top anti-corruption body calls for countries harboring such fugitives to adhere to international conventions and assist law enforcement authorities.
» Tianzhou 1 completes historic refueling of orbiting lab
Tianzhou 1, China's first cargo spacecraft, has completed the country's first in-orbit refueling test with the unmanned Tiangong II space laboratory, the China Manned Space Agency said on Thursday.
» Trump Warns That ‘Major, Major Conflict’ With North Korea Is Possible
04/28/17 03:46 NYT > China
He praised the Chinese president for efforts to resolve the dispute with the North but cautioned that such diplomatic efforts might fail.
» Wetland pumped with water as part of restoration
Northern China's largest freshwater wetland has received more than 10 million cubic meters of water from reservoirs since April 5, as part of long-term water compensation measures to restore its ecological environment.
» Wetlands pumped with water as part of restoration
Northern China's largest freshwater wetlands has received more than 10 million cubic meters of water from reservoirs since April 5, as part of long-term water compensation measures to restore its ecological environment.
» Successful fuel test takes China closer to manned space station dream
China's first cargo spacecraft, Tianzhou 1, has completed the first of three fuel resupply tests with the Tiangong II space laboratory.
» Details emerge in case of fugitive tycoon
New details emerged on Wednesday in the case of Guo Wengui, the fugitive Chinese tycoon suspected of major fraud, including the way Guo used subordinates to create phony contracts and other documents to dupe bank loan officers.