This year looks set to be the hottest year on record, say forecasters, after record-breaking heat soared throughout Europe, the United States and countries worldwide.
Pan Jingfu, a senior warship designer and academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, died in Shanghai on Sunday morning. He was 93.
A major high-speed railway linking China's southwestern region and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is set to have its operating speed increased and new ticket types introduced to improve its capacity and efficiency.
The four climbers who are presumed killed or missing after avalanches hit Mount Shishapangma in the Tibet autonomous region on Saturday afternoon have been identified, according to the regional sports bureau.
Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, president-designate of the upcoming United Nations COP28 climate conference, praised China for its leadership role in facilitating the world's green transition and promoting renewable energy.
More and more countries and regions have rolled out preferential measures to tap into the recovering Chinese outbound tourism market, with the latest being the African nation of Tunisia, which has decided to implement a visa-free policy for Chinese tourists.
Hong Kong was brought to a standstill on Sunday by Typhoon Koinu — the second severe storm to threaten the city in just over a month — with schools suspended, public transportation halted, and flights grounded.
Two climbers were killed, with one seriously injured and two others missing after an avalanche hit the Mount Shishapangma in Nyalam county of Xigaze, Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on Saturday afternoon.
Rural police stations in Dezhou City, east China's Shandong Province have assisted local villagers in drying their crops during the recent harvest season, receiving online applause.
Multiple coastal cities in China's eastern and southern regions will suspend public transportation at sea and operations at the ports as Typhoon Koinu is approaching and is expected to make a second landfall in South China.
Tourism has surged across the Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macao Greater Bay Area, with millions traveling north from Hong Kong and Macao, with more mainland travelers spending their holidays in the two cities over this year’s “Golden Week” holidays.
China's saw a total of 11.81 million inbound and outbound trips during the recent eight-day Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays, reaching 85.1 percent of pre-pandemic levels. Industry insiders say this is a strong recovery for cross-border trips.
During the very first "Golden Week" National Day holidays, enthusiasm for overseas travel erupted as a total of 11.81 million entries and exits across the country were processed by border inspection authorities
A 4-year-old girl has been lost on a beach in Nanhui New City, Shanghai, for more than 60 hours, triggering public concern for the girl's safety.
More citizen groups worldwide have taken to the streets in recent days to urge the Japanese government to stop its toxic move of dumping nuclear-contaminated wastewater into the ocean as Japan began a second round of dumping on Thursday.
Travel demand, especially a preference for high-speed rail journeys, saw a strong upsurge during the just-completed combined Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holiday, with bullet trains attracting some foreign celebrities to experience the concept of "China speed".
This month, Flying Tigers veterans Harry Moyer will turn 103 and Mel McMullen will turn 99, and they will embark on a journey to China during which they will help to pass on the spirit of these heroic flyers to the next generation.
Heavy rainstorms and strong winds will hit southern China in the next couple of days as Typhoon Koinu approaches the coast of Guangdong province after killing one and injuring hundreds in the island of Taiwan.
Japan started releasing nuclear-contaminated water from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the Pacific Ocean on Thursday, in the second round of the exercise, amid widespread protests.
It was the first time the ancient city in Central China had hosted an outdoor Midi Festival — one of the most popular and oldest outdoor music festivals in China.
Thailand made concerted efforts on Wednesday to restore public confidence in its critical tourism sector.
A Chinese national was reportedly killed in a shooting on Tuesday at a shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand that left two dead and five injured.
The nuclear-contaminated water released from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the Pacific Ocean has raised concerns both in and out of Japan. Still, Tokyo plans a second release of water from the plant this week.
The first three days of the Mid-Autumn Festival and the National Day holiday travel period recorded 395 million domestic tourists, a year-on-year increase of 75.8 percent, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
A group of 22 journalists from 17 countries spoke highly of the development of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region during a nine-day visit recently.
A referee who was accidentally hit by a hammer on Saturday night at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou is now in stable condition with surgery planned, according to the games' organizing committee.
A two-story building housing a supermarket in Beihai's Tieshangang district, the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, collapsed on Saturday afternoon and caused four injuries.
On the first day of the Golden Week holidays, September 29, the national railway transported 20.98 million passengers, setting a new record for single-day passenger volume in history.
Several bird species were not observed last year, including endangered ones such as the Marbled Murrelet, according to the China Birdwatching Annual Report 2022.