|Dynamic Transformation on Enterprises around Jiaozhou Bay|
The ongoing effort to protect the environment in Jiaozhou Bay in Qingdao has led to the dynamic transformation of enterprises in the area.
|China to track air quality improvement by cities to tackle pollution|
China's environment watchdog will monitor air quality changes in cities to gauge the success of measures to reduce pollution.
|Greenhouse vegetables harvested on South China Sea islets|
Chinese staying on a group of islets in the South China Sea have lately harvested tomatoes and leafy vegetables they grew from a new greenhouse.
|Bath in firework sparks to wash away evil|
Villagers in southeast China have a unique way of washing away the taint of evil spirits -- by bathing in a shower of scorching sparks.
|Woman spends nearly 5 hours per day, over $580 per month on commuting|
Cangzhou woman Jiang Jingzi recently hit the headlines for the huge sum she pays and long hours she spends every day commuting back and forth to Beijing.
|Spain to deport over 200 Taiwan fraud suspects back to Chinese mainland: media|
The Spanish government has decided to deport 269 Chinese, mostly from Taiwan, on suspicion of being involved in telecom scams, to the Chinese mainland, according to reports in Taiwan media on Saturday. The international fraud case was cracked down upon jointly by Spain and China last December.
|Wuhan gets first WiFi flight|
China Eastern Airlines will officially offer WiFi on a flight between Wuhan, central China, and Sydney, on Monday, company sources said Sunday.
|Ruins of ancient Leifeng Pagoda covered with cash|
|Landmark legal papers in false rape and murder conviction to go on show to public|
The China Court Museum is to showcase files related to the case of Nie Shubin, who was executed after being falsely convicted of rape and murder in 1995 but was exonerated last year.
|Pregnant looking rare Amur Leopard in NE China confirmed as fat male|
Excitement over sightings of what was thought to be a pregnant rare Amur leopard has been dashed after it was revealed the animal was a male that had eaten too much.
|2,000-year-old classic becomes bestseller in China|
A leading Chinese publishing house released its annual sales figures this week and one of its top bestsellers turns out to have been the legendary thinker's Analects, a classic text composed over 2,000 years ago.
|Chinese, Argentine presidents exchange congratulations on anniversary of ties|
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Argentine counterpart Mauricio Macri on Sunday exchanged congratulatory messages to mark the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between their countries.
|20 years on, Deng Xiaoping's wisdoms still benefit China|
This Sunday marks the 20th anniversary of the death of Chinese statesman Deng Xiaoping. Twenty years on, China continues to benefit from the late leader's wisdom and political legacy.
|Environment minister urges crack-down on high-emission vehicles|
China's environment minister has urged strict monitoring and crack-down on automobiles with excessive exhaust emissions to improve air quality.
|China starts developing 256-slice CT scanner|
China on Saturday launched a program to develop its own 256-slice Computerized Tomography (CT) scanner to gain a footing in the manufacturing of advanced medical imaging equipment.
|China suspends all coal imports from North Korea|
China will suspend all imports of coal from North Korea, starting from Sunday, announced by the Ministry of Commerce and General Administration of Customs. The decision is said to be made to implement the UN Security Council Resolution 2321.
|Unfair to blame Jeju's trash on Chinese passengers: report|
Instead of pointing fingers at Chinese tourists, there are some reasonable explanations for the amount of packing paper and other rubbish at Jeju International Airport, the People's Daily said.
|74 new airports to be completed by 2020: trips to small cities easier|
China is aiming to have 74 more civil transport airports by 2020, according to a report released by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).
|5.7-km bridge to connect artificial islet in south China|
Construction started Saturday on a multi-functional bridge that will connect China's southernmost province of Hainan to a nearby man-made islet.
|British man guilty of murdering Chinese girlfriend Bi Xixi|
A British barman has been found guilty of murder after beating his Chinese girlfriend to death last August at their flat in Cardiff, the BBC reported on Saturday.
|Malaysia summons DPRK ambassador over police probe into Kim's death|
Malaysia's Foreign Ministry on Monday summoned Ambassador of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kang Chol to seek an explanation over a statement he had made on the police investigation of a deceased DPRK man.
|Microbes discovered in Mexican crystal cave may have survived up to 50,000 years|
Scientists have discovered long-dormant microbes trapped in giant crystals in the famous Naica mine of Mexico and have estimated that these organisms may have survived 10,000 to 50,000 years.
|Four DPRK suspects related to death of DPRK man fled Malaysia|
The Malaysian police said on Sunday that four suspects from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) related to the death of a DPRK man had fled the country.
|SpaceX aborts launch to space station|
U.S. space firm SpaceX aborted at the last minute the lift-off of its Falcon rocket and Dragon capsule to the International Space Station on Saturday morning.
|One killed, several injured in train derailment in Belgium|
A passenger train derailed on Saturday at the station of Leuven, east of Belgian capital of Brussels, killing one and injuring several others, city mayor of Louvain confirmed.
|DPRK man arrested in connection with Kim Jong Nam's death|
Malaysian police said on Saturday they have detained a Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) citizen suspected to be involved in the death of a DPRK man identified by Malaysian authorities as Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of DPRK top leader Kim Jong Un. Malaysian police dismisses DPRK allegation over body release; DPRK to reject Malaysia's autopsy report on citizen's death: envoy
|Malaysian police dismisses DPRK allegation over body release|
Malaysian police on Saturday dismissed allegation by ambassador of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) that Malaysia had purposely delayed the release of the body of its citizen. DPRK to reject Malaysia's autopsy report on citizen's death: envoy
|Trump on Twitter calls five U.S. major media organizations "enemy of American people"|
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday slammed the country's five mainstream media organizations as "the enemy of the American people".
|Chinese-backed real estate investment launched in Kenya|
Chinese investors have taken key shareholding in a major regional shopping and urban development project launched in Nairobi Friday, aiming to tap into Nairobi's growing international status as an aviation hub and a center for commercial enterprise.
|Nepali vice president attends Chinese Tibetan Losar in Kathmandu|
Nepali Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun attended a function to mark the Chinese Tibetan Losar here on Friday evening.
|South Africa sees record number of Chinese shop owners|
A record number of Chinese immigrants are establishing businesses in South Africa, to sell affordable goods to local consumers.
|Tunisia waives visas for Chinese visitors to boost tourism|
Tunisian officials said Thursday that the visa exemption for Chinese would boost the tourism industry badly hit by terrorist attacks during last two years in this North African country. The new policy remains among some strategic measures, including a direct flight between Tunisia and China, says the official.
|70 Ethiopian customer service professionals complete Chinese language program|
Seventy Ethiopian customer service professionals on Thursday graduated from a Chinese language training program aimed at providing better service to Chinese passengers at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport.
|U.S. Senate confirms Trump's pick for White House budget director|
U.S. Senate on Thursday narrowly confirmed South Carolina congressman Mick Mulvaney to head the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
|Iran slams U.S., Israeli leaders over nuclear comments|
Iran's Foreign Ministry on Thursday slammed the recent comments by the U.S. and Israeli leaders against Tehran's nuclear program, Tasnim news agency reported.
|Death toll of Pakistan shrine blast rises to 72|
At least 50 people were killed and over 200 others injured when a suicide blast hit a Sufi shrine in Sehwan town of Pakistan's Sindh province on Thursday evening, local Urdu TV channel Samaa reported.
|G20 FM meeting kicks off in Germany|
The Group of 20 Foreign Ministers Meeting kicked off here on Thursday to address issues on sustainability, conflict prevention and a stronger partnership with Africa.
|Putin urges cooperation between Russian, U.S. intelligence agencies|
The Russian and U.S. intelligence services should join efforts to fight international terrorism, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.
|45 killed in car bomb attack in Iraq's Baghdad|
The death toll from a car bomb attack Thursday in southwestern Baghdad, the Iraqi capital, rose to 45 and 56 others wounded, a police source told Xinhua.
|Malaysian deputy PM confirms dead DPRK man as Kim Jong Nam|
Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said on Thursday that the man from DPRK that died in Malaysia was Kim Jong Nam.
|Chinese FM pledges more coordination to prepare for BRICS Summit|
China will strengthen coordination with BRICS members including South Africa to prepare for the BRICS leaders' summit.
|Afghan gov't is thankful to China over sending humanitarian assistance: Minister|
Afghan State Minister for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Affairs, Wais Ahmad Barmak expressed his gratitude to China over sending humanitarian consignments to Afghanistan on Sunday.
|China, Nepal discuss about strengthening defense cooperation|
A military delegation from the Chinese People's Liberation Army Western Theater Command held a meeting with Nepalese Chief of the Army Staff Rajendra Chhetri in Kathmandu on Sunday.
|China coherently backs European integration: FM|
China has been consistently supporting the European integration and is willing to work with the European side for the world's peace and development, top Chinese diplomat said Saturday.
|China, Afghanistan vow more cooperation|
China and Afghanistan vowed to deepen cooperation on Saturday.
|Chinese, Canadian FMs signal consensus on trade liberalization|
China and Canada saw eye-on-eye about global trade liberalization as foreign ministers of the two nations met on Saturday.
|China, Saudi Arabia vow to enhance cooperation|
China and Saudi Arabia on Saturday pledged to enhance their cooperation and strengthen coordination.
|China reiterates opposition to THAAD deployment in S. Korea|
China on Saturday voiced its opposition to the U.S. deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), a high-end U.S. missile defense system, in the Republic of Korea (ROK), urging respect from the ROK.
|Chinese FM meets Indonesian counterpart on deepening ties|
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday met his Indonesian counterpart Retno Marsudi over deepening ties between the two countries.
|China, U.S. agree to work for greater development of relations|
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his U.S. counterpart Rex Tillerson agreed in Bonn,Germany Friday that the two countries should work together for greater development of bilateral relations during the term of U.S. President Donald Trump.
|Chinese vice premier stresses agricultural supply-side reform|
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang has underlined supply-side structural reform in the agricultural sector as a major strategic task of the central government.
|Chinese FM calls for efforts to bring China-Japan ties back on right track|
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, during a meeting in Bonn,Germany with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida on Friday, urged efforts from both countries to bring bilateral ties back on the right track. China, U.S. agree to work for greater development of relations
|Senior Chinese, U.S. officials discuss economic cooperation over phone|
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang on Friday exchanged views with U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin via telephone on issues including the two countries' economic cooperation.
|Xi extends condolences to Pakistani president over deadly terrorist attack|
Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a message of condolences to his Pakistani counterpart, Mamnoon Hussain, on Friday over a deadly terrorist attack in Sehwan town of Pakistan's south Sindh Province that killed 72 people.
|Mongolian FM to visit China|
It's been announced that Mongolian Foreign Minister Tsend Munkh-Orgil is to pay an official visit to China from this Sunday.
|Xi calls on overseas Chinese to contribute to national rejuvenation|
President Xi Jinping has called for all Chinese, whether at home or abroad, to unite toward achieving the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation in a written instruction delivered at a national meeting on overseas Chinese affairs held in Beijing Friday.
|Xi urges all Chinese to contribute to national rejuvenation|
President Xi Jinping has called for all Chinese people, at home and abroad, to unite toward achieving the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.
|Xi calls for overall national security outlook|
President Xi Jinping on Friday called for an overall national security outlook at a seminar in Beijing, emphasizing security concerns related to politics, the economy, sovereignty, society, and the Internet, among others. Xi calls on overseas Chinese to contribute to national rejuvenation
|Chinese FM meets U.S. counterpart in Germany on ties, issues of mutual concern|
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday met with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on the sidelines of the Foreign Ministers Meeting of the Group of 20 to exchange views on bilateral ties and issues of mutual concern.
|Mongolian FM to visit China|
Mongolian Foreign Minister Tsend Munkh-Orgil is to pay an official visit to China from Feb. 19 to 21, at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart.
|Alibaba partners with retail conglomerate Bailian Group|
Alibaba and local retail conglomerate Bailian Group has announced a strategic alliance today to pushing forward partnership in new retail formats.
|China sees first wave of pension funds ready for market|
Chinese officials have announced the first wave of pension funds are ready to be released into China's capital markets.
|China's e-payment service provider eyes Shanghai listing|
China's third-party payment firm Lakala is seeking initial public offering again despite last year's setback, its board chairman Sun Taoran revealed.
|China's central bank to properly shift monetary policy: Report|
China's central bank is expected to shift away from its relatively easy monetary policy in an orderly manner, an investment bank report has said.
|Beijing electric bike-sharing service ordered to stop after four days|
A Beijing based electric bicycle-sharing service has been ordered to stop trading just four days into operation.The company was offering 50 electric bicycles to customers, mainly along the route of subway Line 10.
|China to see "handsome growth" in 2017 new energy vehicle sales|
Sales of new energy vehicles (NEVs) in China will continue to see "handsome growth" this year despite a plunge in January sales, an official said Friday.
|Geely seeks stake in major Malaysian automaker|
Geely, the Chinese auto company that acquired world famous Volvo in 2010, is looking to buy over half of Proton, the biggest car producer in Malaysia, according to a Reuters report. Renault and PSA, both based in France, will go up against the Chinese company to clinch the deal.
|China's delivery industry slammed for poor pay and conditions|
A huge backlog of undelivered parcels during the past week has prompted intense criticism of the logistics industry in China, especially the tough conditions for couriers working for independent contractors.
|Chinese wine coming to British supermarkets|
In a positive sign for China's rapidly growing wine industry, a British supermarket has announced that it will start placing Chinese red on its shelves.
|China to avoid financial shock, hit high income status by 2027: Morgan Stanley|
Morgan Stanley is bullish on China's long-term economic outlook in its recent report, saying the country will avoid a bank crisis and surpass the World Bank's standard of high income status by 2027 (a per capita GDP of $12,476), Bloomberg reported.
|China¡¯s largest ride-hailing service Didi aims to expand business overseas|
The company will actively explore new business models in its internationalization strategy and bring homegrown innovation to new markets, according to a statement released on Thursday.
|China eases restrictions on stock index futures trading|
The Shanghai-based China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX) announced late Thursday that it was easing restrictions on domestic stock index futures trading in a "sound and orderly" way.
|China FDI inflow down 9.2 pct in January|
Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Chinese mainland dropped 9.2 percent year on year in January 2017 on high comparison base and holiday factors, new data showed Thursday.
|Huawei, Pantone partner to explore the language of colour|
In a move that brings the worlds of technology and colour closer together than ever before, Huawei Consumer Business Group and The Pantone Colour Institute have partnered to feature the latest trend colours in Huawei's upcoming product launches.
|Car share gains popularity in China's big cities|
Following the rise in popularity in bike sharing, car sharing is now also gaining ground in China's big cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing and Chengdu.
|China to keep monetary policy neutral: central bank official|
China should keep its monetary policy stable and neutral, a Chinese central bank official said Wednesday.
|Infrastructure project value surges under Belt and Road Initiative in 2016: PwC|
The value of announced infrastructure projects surged by 47 percent in 66 countries and regions that fall under the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative in 2016, according to accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
|Fake cosmetics worth over 800 mln yuan seized in China|
Fifteen suspects have been arrested in east China's Zhejiang Province for producing and selling fake and substandard cosmetics, Zhejiang Police said Wednesday.
|China pumps 393.5 bln yuan liquidity into market via MLF|
China's central bank on Wednesday announced lending worth 393.5 billion yuan (57.33 billion U.S. dollars) to 22 financial institutions via medium-term lending facility (MLF) to keep liquidity basically stable.
|China moves to boost foreign investment in manufacturing|
China's top economic planner Wednesday pledged to take measures to attract more foreign investment to the country's manufacturing sector.
|Zang gifts China second gold at Asian Winter Games|
Zang Ruixin won the women's snowboard slalom here on Monday, gifting China its second gold at the eighth Asian Winter Games.
|China claims 2 golds in Asian Winter Games|
Cross-country skier Man Dandan grabbed China's first gold medal at the Asian Winter Games and Zang Ruxin added one from snowboard on Sunday.
|Stephon Marbury turns 40, but fails to make playoffs|
Today marks Beijing veteran Stephon Marbury's 40th birthday, arousing speculation Marbury might be prepared to retire after the Ducks failed to make the playoffs.
|Asian Winter Games opens, China wins 2 medals|
The 2017 Asian Winter Games officially opened on Sunday afternoon in the Japanese city of Sapporo.
|China lose at Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships semifinals in Vietnam|
China lost 1-3 to Japan in semifinals of the Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships on Saturday in Vietnam' s Ho Chi Minh City.
|China, Japan, South Korea start AWG ice hockey event with big wins|
China and South Korea each scored a 20-0 victory on Saturday, the opening day for the women's ice hockey event at Sapporo Asian Winter Games.
|Chinese athletes ready for Asian Winter Games|
The 8th Asian Winter Games get underway this Sunday, on February 19, in Sapporo, Japan, and run for a week. 236 Chinese athletes will compete in the Games and take part in all of the 64 events, and they have been training hard.
|Barca President confirms China visit|
FC Barcelona have confirmed that club President, Josep Maria Bartomeu, club CEO, Oscar Grau and former player Ronaldinho, who is now a Club Ambassador, will travel to China on February 24th to sign an agreement between Barcelona and the Mission Hills Group.
|Chinese short track speed skaters see Asiad ideal prep for Olympics|
Chinese short track speed skaters aim to boost their morale in an inevitable clash with South Koreans in the Asian Winter Games which opens on Sunday.
|Tougher rules considered to promote young soccer talent|
The Chinese Football Association is considering introducing more incentives to recruit local young talent ahead of the new Super League season.
|China sends 236-strong delegation to Asian Winter Games|
China has named a 236-strong delegation for the 8th Asian Winter Games in Sapporo, Japan, which will run from Feb. 19-26.
|China's Changchun signs Brazilian striker Cristiane|
The Brazilian 31-year-old striker Cristiane will leave from Paris Saint Germain to join in the Changchun women's soccer team, the Chinese club confirmed on Sunday.
|Iran's Pishgaman cycling faces suspension after failing doping test|
The Iranian Pishgaman cycling team are facing suspension after the second of their riders' doping test was confirmed positive within a 12-month period, Tehran Times daily reported on Saturday.
|Shenzhen FC in $28 million bid for Colombia forward: report|
Shenzhen FC have made a 28 million US-dollar bid to sign Colombia international forward Miguel Borja, according to media reports.
|Shanghai SIPG roars into 2017 AFC Championship League|
Shanghai SIPG booked its place in the 2017 AFC Championship League group stage after a 3-0 win over Sukhothai FC from Thailand at Shanghai Stadium on Tuesday.
|China claims men's relay title in Winter Universiade short track|
The Chinese men's team claimed the gold medal of the 5,000m relay short track speed skating here on Tuesday at the 28th Universiade, while the women's team took a silver medal.
|Chinese athletes not to stay in APA hotel during Asian Winter Games|
The organizer of the eighth Asian Winter Games in Sapporo said Tuesday it will not accommodate Chinese athletes in the APA Hotel & Resort during the games that begin later this month.
|China claims third gold at Almaty Winter Universiade|
Zang Yize gifted China the third gold medal at the Winter Universiade here on Monday, finishing first in the women's 500m race of short track speeding skating.
|Atletico defender Lucas arrested for domestic violence|
Atletico Madrid's young French defender, Lucas Hernandez was arrested by Spanish police in the early hours of Friday morning on suspicion of assaulting his girlfriend, the Spanish press reports.
|FIFA strengthens global football integrity programme with Sportradar agreement|
Sportradar Integrity Services will provide FIFA with a full suite of monitoring, education and intelligence services to further strengthen the integrity of football around the globe, according to the world football's governing body.
|Hungary's 'On Body and Soul' receives top honor at Berlin International Film Festival|
This year's Berlin International Film Festival has lowered its curtains, and the Hungarian film has received the top Golden Bear for Best Film award.
|Anhui protects traditional operas|
Authorities in east China's Anhui Province are making efforts to protect traditional operas that see decreasing audience and dwindling influence.
|2,000-year-old classic becomes bestseller in China|
A leading Chinese publishing house released its annual sales figures this week and one of its top bestsellers turns out to have been the legendary thinker's Analects, a classic text composed over 2,000 years ago.
|Shanghai International Film Festival set to open in June|
The dates have been set for this year's Shanghai International Film Festival, which will take place between June 17th and 26th. To meet the demands of movie lovers, the duration of this year's event has been extended to ten days from the previous nine.
|Pop diva Coco Lee readies "18" world tour|
The singer officially announced her upcoming "18" world tour in Shanghai on Tuesday, February 14, 2017.
|Mandopop singer Jay Chou to have second child|
Chinese singer Jay Chou and his model wife Hannah Quinlivan are expecting their second child. The 38-year-old pop star posted a photo of himself and his wife, on a yacht, to his official Facebook account.
|Chinese filmmakers sweep inaugural Asian awards at Berlin International Film Festival|
Three Chinese filmmakers have been given the first-ever Asian Brilliant Stars (ABS) awards at the ongoing film event in Germany.
|Adele sweeps 59th Grammy Awards to be big winner|
The 59th Grammy Awards ceremony was held in downtown Los Angeles Staples Center on Sunday, with British songstress Adele dominating the award. Adele swept the top prizes of song and record of the year for her soaring ballad "Hello" and album of the year for her third album "25."
|More Chinese musicians appear at the Grammy Awards|
The 59th annual Grammy Awards took place on Monday morning Beijing time in Los Angeles, California. Chinese musician Wu Tong, along with his band Silk Road Ensemble, snagged the Best World Music award with their album "Sing Me Home."
|'La La Land' wins five BAFTAS, including Best Film|
This year's British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA), or the UK's equivalent of the Oscars, were unveiled on Sunday night in London. Mega hit "La La Land" grabbed several of the top honors of the night.
|Chinese designer at NY Fashion Week|
This year's New York Fashion Week is now underway. Among 16 Chinese designers at the show, Taoray Wang has gained an international reputation among powerful, professional and modern women, even including a daughter of the US President Donald Trump.
|China's top comedian's new film due for release on Valentine's Day|
Yue Yunpeng, one of China's top comedians, has been talking ahead of the release of his latest movie, due to hit theatres on Valentine's Day on Tuesday.
|Musical 'Ghost' Comes to Beijing Again|
The award-winning theatre adaptation of the romantic Hollywood movie, Ghost, has made a grand return to the Poly Theatre in Beijing.
|Premier Pipa Virtuoso to Stage Concerts around China|
After starting her journey to master playing the pipa instrument at the age of 12, Wu Man now enjoys worldwide fame as a leading Pipa virtuoso and also as an ambassador of Chinese music.
|Zhengzhou tops Amazon's romance book sales as 'most romantic city'|
The capital of central China's Henan Province has been ranked the "most romantic city" in the country, according to a list by Amazon China.
|Mega hit 'La La Land' to hit Chinese theaters on Valentine's Day|
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and Oscar-nominated musical "La La Land" will arrive in Chinese theaters just in time to help the love birds here celebrate.
|'The Great Wall' shines at global box office, to open in US, Australia|
After raking in nearly 1.2 billion yuan at the Chinese box office so far, China-US co-production "The Great Wall" is set for a US release next Friday, February 17, 2017.
|'Soul Mate' leads 2017 Hong Kong Film Award nominations|
This year's Hong Kong Film Award has announced its nominees, and love story "Soul Mate" has become a runaway favorite, topping the list with 12 nominations.
|Iconic entertainer Andy Lau recovering after horseriding accident|
Hong Kong entertainment heavyweight Andy Lau is said to be making a solid recovery after being seriously injured while working in Thailand last month.
|Puppet show Journey to the West highlights audience interaction|
With a few monkey puppets joining the auditorium to play with the audiences, the puppet show Journey to the West has recently been unveiled at the China National Theatre for Children in Beijing.
|China to jump supercomputer barrier|
China has started to build a new-generation supercomputer that is expected to be 10 times faster than the current world champion.
|Chinese affordable lung cancer drug hits market|
A generic targeted drug to treat cancer manufactured by a Chinese pharmaceutical company hit market over the weekend.
|UAE plans to build city on Mars|
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has announced that it plans to build a city on Mars by 2117.
|India launches 104 satellites in single space mission|
India on Wednesday launched a record 104 satellites in a single space mission from the spaceport of Sriharikota in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh.
|China plans to launch 1st cargo spacecraft as early as mid-April|
China plans to launch its first cargo spacecraft via a Long March-7 Y2 carrier rocket in April, sources said Monday.
|Aspirin, more than painkiller, can help prevent cancer: study|
Aspirin has been used as a medication to treat pain, fever and inflammation, but a new study shows that daily doses of aspirin could also help ward off cancer.
|China to introduce review commission on cyber security|
A commission will be established to deliberate important policies on cyber security and organize reviews, according to a document released by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) on Tuesday.
|Re-printable "Magic paper" by US and China researchers|
Researchers from Shandong University in east China and the University of California, Riverside in the US have created paper which can stand to be re-printed on scores of times, reported the Daily Mail in the UK.
|Ancient sea creatures found in China may have link to humans|
Researchers have discovered traces of what may be the earliest known prehistoric ancestor of human beings, calling into question decades of research into human evolution.
|China unveils top names for Mars spacecraft|
China has released a short list of eight names for the country's first Mars spacecraft, which is scheduled to launch by 2020.
|Chinese scientist eyes 300 kg/mu yield of sea-rice in 3 years|
Yuan Longping, renowned Chinese developer of hybrid rice, said recently during an academic forum in south China's Sanya that his team plans to increase the yield of salt-resistant hybrid rice to 300 kilograms per mu (667 square meters) in three years.
|China's hi-res SAR imaging satellite put into use|
China's first high-resolution Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite has passed all its in-orbit tests and is now operational, according to the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense on Monday.
|China to build world's brightest light source facility|
China plans to build a next-generation synchrotron radiation facility in Beijing, according to a researcher from Chinese Academy of Sciences, one of the country's top research institutes.
|China to build manned submersible capable of reaching all seabeds|
China has begun to develop a manned submersible capable of taking a crew to all of the earth's seafloors, the China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) said.
|Chinese surgeons use 3D printer in pediatric heart surgery|
Chinese surgeons in a central China hospital have succeeded in performing two complex pediatric heart surgeries using 3D printing technology.
|Scientist interprets Catalog of marine creatures collected in the Qing Palace|
A popular scientist who studies insects and animals has recently published a new book, providing a detailed analysis on an ancient catalog of marine creatures.
|E-sports major offered by Chinese university|
The burgeoning e-sports sector is set to become a research area, as Communication University of China will allow students to major in e-sports studies starting from this year, reported Chinanews.com.
|World's first quantum satellite finishes in-orbit test|
The world's first Quantum communications satellite, Quantum Experiments at Space Scale(QUESS), independently designed and launched by China in August last year, has finished its four-month in-orbit test and was put into service on January 18th, reports ce.cn.
|Blue Monday, or is it?|
Mondays. Many of us loathe them and many of us get the Monday blues. Today those blues are recognised with Blue Monday - the most depressing day of the year, apparently.
|China develops world's brightest EUV free electron laser|
Chinese scientists announced they have built a facility that can generate the world's brightest extreme ultraviolet (EUV) free electron laser.