Residents of 13 more cities on the Chinese mainland will be eligible to travel to Taiwan as individual tourists.
The birthplace of Moutai is showing that it can raise a glass to more than just the iconic and expensive liquor as it publicizes its less well-known tipples.
With the G8 Summit just around the corner, the UK government, the country's police, and localanti-G8 protesters have all been busy.
Within days after the China-US summit, experts were trying to figure a way to instill greater cooperation and power-sharing between the two countries.
China is pursuing its space dream unswervingly, President Xi Jinping said following the successful launch of the Shenzhou X spacecraft on Tuesday.
More than one-third of US marriages begin with online dating, and those couples may be slightly happier than couples who meet in other ways.
Beijing plans to increase the number of taxis that run on natural gas from the current 99 to 2,000 by the end of July in a trial project.
A man who served 12 years in prison after being wrongly convicted of rape and murder in Henan province has demanded 3.79 million yuan in compensation.
Beijing hopes the outside world will not make wild guesses about China's limited nuclear capacity.
Desserts recalled by the Taiwan company Uni-President were still being produced and sold on the Chinese mainland on Sunday.
The unrest was triggered by protests against government plans to build a replica Ottoman-era barracks to house shops or apartments in Taksim.
After several years of improvement, positive views of China's influence in the world have dropped to their lowest levels since polling began in 2005.