Beijing saw nearly double the number of travelers that benefited from the capital's 72-hour visa waiver policy in January.
China’s first Sino-US high school was organized in Shanghai on Tuesday and will offer internationally recognized courses.
Mutianyu, a popular section of the Great Wall, now has a designated area for graffiti to better protect it.
The central bank is likely to announce rules covering the fast-growing Internet finance sector by midyear.
Southwest China's Guizhou province is eyeing the big data industry to beef up its lagging economy, local officials said on Saturday.
The pollution that hit Hebei province, Beijing and Tianjin in the past week was less severe than last year, monitoring results revealed.
A Russian news organization has reported that Ukraine's fugitive president, Viktor Yanukovych, has been seen in a Moscow hotel.
The Palace Museum is mulling changing its ticket policy to better protect its heritage and visitors' safety.
A respiratory virus that has killed dozens of people, mainly in the Middle East, is widespread in camels.
Three smuggling gangs were caught for illegally bringing more than 72,000 metric tons of used laptops and hazardous parts into China.
Sports celebrities in China are trying to reshape the traditional State-run sports cultivating system by establishing their own schools.
Shanghai is likely to experience a short-lived baby boom, but the city will not solve the problem of its aging population anytime soo.