Residents in theDPRK spilled onto the streets on Monday to celebrate a major national holiday, the 101st birthday of their first leader, Kim Il-sung.
The Republic of Korea said that it will be watching for a response from the DPRK to its proposal to resolve rising tensions through dialogue.
There is no evidence so far of sustained human-to-human transmission of H7N9 bird flu virus, WHO representative to China Michael O'Leary said.
In April 2012, the Zhengzhou government decided to pull down the city's 421 newsstands.
For 80 years, a defiant Augusta National Golf Club had nothing to say about its male-only membership policy.
President Xi Jinping visited fishing villages and talked with the seamen and maritime militia in Tanmen township of Qionghai city in Hainan.
The living environment has become a growing concern for expatriates working in Shanghai and Beijing.
The collection of 78 works includes pieces from Pablo Picasso, and is considered one of the most pre-eminent Cubism collections in the world.
Undeterred by Pyongyang's apocalyptic threats of nuclear war, a daily convoy of tour buses still wends its way to the Demilitarized Zone.
Guangzhou is expected to become the third Chinese city to allow foreign visitors to transit for 72 hours without a visa.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp is selling its newly launched Mi 2S model in Hong Kong and Taiwan, in a bid to extend its reach in those regions.
Why are first ladies so important in the United States despite the fact that they are unpaid and have no official responsibilities?