Relevant departments from Guangdong province are going all-out to prepare for Typhoon Saola after China's national observatory issued a red typhoon warning — the most severe category — on Thursday morning.
Chinese government agencies have pledged to strictly implement the law on building a barrier-free environment as they strive to make daily life more convenient for the elderly and people with disabilities.
More large-font textbooks are to be published and offered to visually impaired students, thanks to national lawmaker Wang Yongcheng, who is blind.
Changshan county in East China's Zhejiang Province has caught the attention of Western media outlets after the local government announced through its official WeChat account new subsidies to boost childbirths.
A line from a well-known poem by Du Fu, one of China's greatest poets from the Tang Dynasty (618-907), that reads: "A letter from family is worth ten thousand in silver", reflects the deep feelings that Chinese people have for their country and their families.
Amid closer ties with China, Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Education has asked the nation's public and private secondary schools to teach Chinese language classes twice a week.
Saudi Arabia aims to welcome 4 million Chinese travelers annually by 2030 as part of its ambitious Vision 2030 economic diversification path, with a new campaign set to push the Gulf country as a summer getaway.
For the past decade, China has been reintroducing captive-bred crested ibises into the wild as part of its efforts to save the once-threatened species.
Cruise liners set to sail for Japan in the next few months are keeping their fingers crossed after the neighboring country started discharging nuclear-contaminated wastewater into the ocean on Thursday.
Nompilo Mkhulisi started to learn Chinese when she was a sophomore majoring in information technology at Durban University of Technology in South Africa, because she was worried about not being able to find a job after graduation.
China plans to ban kindergartens from teaching primary school knowledge, and the top priority of kindergartens is to ensure students' safety, a draft law said on Monday.
China has unveiled an action plan for comprehensive improvement of the country's environmental infrastructure.
Japanese protesters are continuing to urge the government to halt the release of nuclear-contaminated water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the ocean, which began on Thursday.
Japan's decision to release more than 1.3 million metric tons of radioactive wastewater into the sea has spooked Chinese consumers of seafood, threatening the livelihood of China's own fishing communities and seafood farmers.
China has further enhanced its legal aid services for victims of abuse and abandonment while improving the mechanisms to ensure residents in remote areas receive timely help, officials said.
People display photos of victims of gun violence during a march to the Capitol to protest for a ban on assault weapons, in Washington, D.C., the United States, on April 17, 2023.
Protesters in the Republic of Korea and the Philippines voiced against Japan's release of the nuclear-contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean over the weekend as concerns about its environmental impact are mounting.
Flood-hit places in North China's Hebei province have been making all-out efforts to accelerate post-disaster reconstruction work, to try and ensure students return to school as scheduled and businesses resume production as soon as possible.
Philippine environmentalists, consumer and fishery groups have condemned the Japanese government's decision to dump over 1 million metric tons of nuclear-contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean.
COVID-19 is still the number one infectious disease in Beijing, said Beijing health officials on Thursday, noting that EG.5, a sublineage of the Omicron variant, is currently the dominant strain across China.
China has suspended imports of all aquatic products originating in Japan, and will closely track and assess the impacts of Japan's act of dumping radioactive water into the ocean, in order to safeguard its national interests and public health.
China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said Thursday that it would strengthen the monitoring of nuclear pollution risks of marine aquatic products after Japan began releasing nuclear-contaminated water into the ocean.
China will ban import of aquatic products from Japan starting from Thursday in order to prevent any contaminated food from entering China in order to protect Chinese consumers.
Six online fraud suspects, including a key member of a gambling and fraud gang, were handed over to Chinese police by their Myanmar counterparts on Wednesday.
The Hetao irrigation area, which is one of the three largest of its kind in the country, has seen a sharp drop in the consumption of water from the Yellow River, but a significant rise in grain output over the past 30-plus years.
A water transportation system will be included in the green development of the Yangtze River Delta region, catering to the needs of both business travel and daily commutes.
Two people died after a Shenzhen oil tanker caught on fire at the Beibu Gulf of Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region on Tuesday afternoon, according to Qinzhou maritime safety administration.
Three students from China have recounted their recent experiences upon arriving in the U.S. with valid visas.
Public security authorities in Yunnan province warned residents in a letter against dangerous overseas telecommunication fraudsters who promise high-paying employment but actually pose a physical threat.
The Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions are poised to conduct vigorous checks on imported Japanese food as their ban on aquatic products from 10 Japanese prefectures takes effect on Thursday.