Hubei punishes 11 officials for defective DPT vaccine


Hubei punishes 11 officials for defective DPT vaccine


ESport a booming industry for Shanghai

Video games offering more opportunities for men and women to make participation a lifelong career.

Chinese police crack virtual currency theft involving millions

Police in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, arrested three suspects for stealing about 600 million yuan (US$87 million) worth of virtual currency by hacking.

Slumping Turkish lira encourages Chinese tourists

The slumping Turkish lira has led to a significant rise of Chinese tourists to Turkey and a shopping spree, travel agencies said.

Artists perform for Inner Mongolian herders

Traveling company's gala in the rain delights residents in remote pastoral areas.

Yuan's international usage remains stable: report

International usage of Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, remains stable despite a sharp fall in the offshore exchange rate, according to a new report by Bank of China.

China to better support its medical workers

China will provide its medical workers with higher salaries, better social welfare, and safer working environments, according to an instruction issued earlier this week.

China sacks 6 officials in defective vaccine case

China said Saturday that it has sacked six senior officials over the defective vaccine case involving Changchun Changsheng Life Sciences Limited.

China tests propulsion system of space station's lab capsules

Engineers have successfully tested the propulsion system of China's planned space station lab capsules, a key step in its space station program.

Leaders and top firms to attend AI conference in Shanghai

Leaders of IT giants and research institutions will attend the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai next month

Manila airport resumes operation following removal of damaged plane

Philippine airport authorities reopened on Saturday its main runway of the Manila International Airport hours after the removal of the badly damaged Xiamen Air passenger plane.
Art & Culture

Clutching at straws to make a dragon

Fei Tugen, 72, in Qingpu District, is an "inheritor" of the national cultural heritage craft of making straw dragons. He has been doing it for more than 20 years.

Shanghai steadfast in Pudong's reform and opening-up: Li Qiang

Shanghai will continue the historical mission of reform and opening-up of the Pudong New Area, Li Qiang, Party secretary of Shanghai, said in a recent article in Qiushi Journal.

The balancing act of retaining the old, embracing the new

Transforming rural villages doesn't have to mean relocating residents or destroying local charm. The face-lift in Zhangma Village is testament to tasteful, even arty modernization.

US tourism industry worries about decline amid global trade tensions

Senior US tourism officials are concerned that global trade tensions ignited by the United States could negatively impact the number of visitors to the country.

China to improve regulations on establishing private schools

China plans to improve the regulations on establishing private schools, according to a draft amendment to the regulation regarding non-government funded education.

Senior care robots look after China's elderly

Senior care services are not sufficient to cover the growing demand. This gives intelligent service robots a role to play in the future.

China's outbound investment sees steady growth in January-July period

China's non-financial outbound direct investment continued steady growth in the first seven months of the year, according to official data.

China to continue to advance cooperation with Iran: state councilor

China values its relations with Iran and is willing to continue to advance mutually beneficial cooperation according to the development of situation.

Chinese premier congratulates Pakistan's new PM on election

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Friday sent a congratulatory message to Imran Khan on his election as Pakistan's new prime minister.