Finnish mobile phone vendor Nokia introduced its first Android-based smartphone to the Chinese market on Monday.
Despite the appeal of public transportation in the Chinese capital, private vehicles remain many residents' first choice for getting around.
Up to 60 percent of colleges and universities in Australia now accept gaokao results after the University of Sydney led the way in 2012.
Elizabeth Truss, British Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Education and Childcare, began her visit to Shanghai education institutes.
Shanghai will introduce a directive next month to help ease the increasingly tense relationship between patients and doctors.
Qing Feng Steamed Dumpling Shop announced its intention to protect its brand after buns it sold to a theme park in Changsha were resold.
The Chinese super rich are banking on foreign education for their teenage children as an investment.
Tired of paying increasing hotel rates and travel costs, four friends in Chongqing decided to get into top gear by fitting out their own camper van.
The Ministry of Public Security said it will be targeting organizations or individuals who help facilitate or shield prostitution across the nation.
Beijing respects the social system adopted by Taiwan and is ready to have "equal" talks, Party chief Xi Jinping said on Tuesday.
A policeman was sentenced to death on Monday for intentional homicide after being found guilty of shooting a pregnant woman dead.
Denmark welcomes China being more involved in the Arctic, particularly in sectors such as mining, fishing and sea route development.