The Chinese government has declared curbing skyrocketing house prices in select hot markets to be an important mission in 2017, Han Wenxiu, deputy director of the State Council Research Office said at a press conference on Friday, where he introduced an amendment to the recently released government work report.
A high-speed train runs along the cole flowers at Anshun segment of Shanghai-Kunming high-speed railway in Anshun, southwest China's Guizhou Province, March 16, 2017.
Sonam Tsering spends almost every minute of his waking hours studying for the national college admission test, which he will sit early June.
Chinese authorities began a targeted inspection of the use and management of poverty relief funds in 28 provinces and regions on Thursday.
China on Thursday expressed its concern over the safety of food products imported from Japan, after the annual national CCTV gala claimed that a Japanese brand sells food products in China from regions which are contaminated by nuclear leakage in Fukushima.
The capital of Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province has banned the production, sale and burning of traditional paper offerings to the dead in an attempt to fight smog.
Zhao Qian, a 33-year-old Beijing mother, told the Global Times on Wednesday, that she is stockpiling her son's favorite foreign books, just in case she cannot find them later.
Chinese authorities Thursday started a targeted inspection on the use and management of poverty relief funds in 28 provinces and regions.
Freight train X9081 heading for Kazakhstan's Almaty is ready to leave a major logistics center in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 15, 2017. The logistics center in Urumqi had accomplished 200 trips of freight trains heading westwards.
Farmers pick later maturing oranges at a planting garden in Changshou District of Chongqing, southwest China, March 15, 2017. Large areas of later maturing oranges are harvested here recently.
The corpse of a stranded sperm whale is lifted at a dock in Huizhou Harbor in Huizhou, south China's Guangdong Province, March 15, 2017. On the morning of March 12, the 12-meter-long whale was spotted trapped in fishing nets in the waters of Daya Bay. After the whale was freed from the nets, authorities and zoologists tried to guide it back to the deep sea. However, it continued to swim in shallow waters off Shenzhen and Huizhou cities and was confirmed to have been stranded near the wharf on Tuesday afternoon. Experts speculated that, rather than being lost, the whale intentionally entered shallow waters due to its bad health.
Gregory Fountain, a British man working here with national English-language newspaper China Daily, stands on a desk in front of a huge calendar, talking, just like Gulliver has gone to the land of Brobdingnagians.
China's tsunami warning center in the South China Sea is expected to start trial operations this year, according a UNESCO body.
China aims to build 136 new airports by 2025, government sources said on Wednesday.
Several airline companies in China and South Korea have cut the number of flights to each other’s country due to a sharp drop in passengers, amid a standoff over Seoul’s decision to deploy the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system.
An expert has reportedly suggested blowing up an injured sperm whale that has been trapped in a port in South China's Guangdong Province since Monday.
Guohua (Kokang-China) Primary School's number 5, 6 and 7 branches that have been set up to accommodate children who have fled fighting in their native Myanmar began their new semester Monday.
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region will train 1.2 million rural residents by 2020 as part of a new wave of infrastructure spending.