The number of marriage registrations in multiple regions across China increased year-on-year on Tuesday, which was the traditional Qixi Festival, known as Chinese Valentine's Day.
China's National Medical Products Administration on Tuesday approved the use of Inclisiran, a cholesterol-lowering small interfering RNA (siRNA), for the treatment of adults with primary hypercholesterolemia (heterozygous familial and non-familial) or mixed dyslipidemia.
A Beijing court recently sentenced four people to prison for participating in telecom fraud. The case served as an example of the capital's determination to protect people's personal information through the judicial system.
The number of cases related to firearms and explosives reached a record low last year, but supervision will still be tightened due to the growing trend of online purchases and smuggling of such items, the Ministry of Public Security said.
Qinghai Province issued an announcement on Monday, strictly prohibiting tourists from entering unmanned scenic areas for activities such as exploration and tourism.
Japan announced on Tuesday that it will start releasing nuclear-contaminated water from the destroyed Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the Pacific Ocean as early as Thursday, a move that sparked widespread criticism from the international community and local residents.
Xiao Qi Ji, which translates into English as "little miracle," the giant panda born at the Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute in the United States on Aug. 21, 2020, will fly back to China alongside its parents, Mei Xiang and Tian Tian by the end of this year when the contract between research institutions in the U.S. and China expires.
Seven people have been killed on Monday in a gas explosion at a coal mine in Yanchuan county, Shaanxi province, reported CCTV.
Exports of agricultural products through the port of the bridge have increased significantly over the past month, thanks to the implementation of a program enabling fresh food to be supplied to Hong Kong and Macao through the bridge at designated times.
East China's Fujian province has launched this year's 101 Taiwan Youth Entrepreneurship Support Program to provide multiple channels for Taiwan youth to help drive innovation and entrepreneurship in the province.
Beijing plans to ban online medical prescriptions that are generated by artificial intelligence, according to a draft rule on internet-based medical services released by the capital's health authorities on Monday.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the BRICS Vaccine Research and Development Center was set up with a commitment to advance cooperation in creating vaccines and boosting their equitable access.
The Beijing Major Respiratory Epidemic Disease Center was inaugurated on Sunday, the Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control said in a news release.
Nearly 35 percent of a group of 15.8 million Chinese adults were classified as overweight, while the prevalence of overweight and obesity was higher in northern China than southern China.
Workers drifting back to offices, increased social activity, and new virus strains have all been linked to a spike in COVID-19 infections in Germany.
Operating without the necessary hazardous waste management permits, the group's actions led to severe environmental consequences across six counties and districts from February 2019 to June last year.
A high-tech monitoring system has been introduced in China's national parks to increase management efficiency and reduce costs.
When the smoke started to blacken the sky and the wind was howling, Mike Cicchino, a resident and business owner in Lahaina, on the western coast of Maui, Hawaii, decided to drive to a hardware store to get a generator because the power was out.
A woman accused of refusing to pay for taxi rides or outstanding hotel bills has been detained in Shaanxi province, local police said on Sunday.
China's agricultural authorities are urging farmers and local governments to step up preparations for more heavy rain that is expected to soak much of the country starting Sunday.
The public has been closely following the case of a well-educated young Chinese man who authorities said was persuaded to work for telecom fraud gangs in a Southeast Asian country.
The EG.5 substrain of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 has become the most prominent source of coronavirus infections in China, the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention said on Saturday.
Canadian educator and anthropologist Isabel Crook, who pioneered English language teaching in New China and was a recipient of the Friendship Medal, China's highest honor for foreigners, died on Sunday in Beijing at the age of 107.
Ruili Airlines has confirmed that there was no bomb on the plane and the passenger who made the false claim on Saturday is under investigation. Responding to Jimu News, a news portal in Hubei province.
Hundreds of Japanese held a rally on Friday against the plan in front of the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo.
Married graduate students who are beginning their doctoral programs can apply to live in the same dormitory room at Wuhan University in Hubei province as part of the school's effort to personalize services for students.
The Second Container Terminal of Tianjin Port, the world’s first “smart zero-carbon” terminal, buzzed with automated robots transporting containers within the area in north China's Tianjin Municipality on Wednesday.
The China International School held its opening ceremony in Bangkok, Thailand on Wednesday afternoon (local time), as the first such school to adopt the Chinese curriculum in the country.
Nine people died and two were injured in a fire in a hotel in Zhaoxing village of Liping county in Guizhou province around 1 am Friday, according to the county's emergency management bureau.
The chief of the island's emergency management agency defended his decision not to activate sirens amid wildfires.