Chinese major indices edged up Friday, after listed companies reported strong performance in the first quarter.
Senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Meng Jianzhu met with Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Rustam Azimov Thursday, stressing cooperation on the Belt and Road Initiative.
A Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyer arrived at the Sasebo base in Nagasaki, southwestern Japan, on Friday, where it will likely become part of an new amphibious unit to be stationed there next year.
A research report said the internet-based entertainment industry market in China is projected to hit 80 billion yuan ($11.6 billion) by the end of this year.
China has made efforts to accommodate students with disabilities when they take the college admission exam, known as the gaokao.
Incidents like the recent United Airlines scandal have brought widespread attention to the challenges of aviation services and safety, but what goes on behind the scenes in the industry is little-known to the public. On April 27 and 28, the first Civil Aviation Administration of China and European Aviation Safety Agency conference will be held in Shanghai, China.
The largest Cuban bio-electric plant with foreign investment for clean energy production began construction on Thursday in the central Cuban province of Ciego de Avila.
Despite the huge potential for U.S.-China cooperation, the lack of mutual trust and deep-rooted misunderstandings prevented the two countries from moving closer on trade as well as other issues, Anthony Saich, a leading U.S. expert on China told Xinhua in a recent interview.
The number of Chinese rural migrant workers who worked outside their home provincial regions dropped last year amid government moves to encourage them to return home, according to data released Friday.
A live streaming mobile app which monitors students in classrooms has aroused an online controversy over students’ privacy. The video stream can be viewed by all those who have downloaded the app, according to a report published on Friday by The Paper.
The number of people with duplicate ID numbers in China has been cut from 1.71 million in 2014 to just eight, China’s Ministry of Public Security said on Thursday.
As we observe World Day for Safety and Health at Work on Friday, latest International Labour Organization estimates show that 1.4 million work-related deaths occur annually in Asia and the Pacific out of the 2.3 million worldwide. This means the region accounted for 70 percent of the global fatal occupational accidents and 60 percent of the work-related fatal diseases.
Midea Group, a Chinese electrical appliance manufacturer, launched Thursday a technology center in Silicon Valley of the United States as part of an effort to turn itself into a technology company.
The traffic police in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, recently issued a traffic safety manual to scooter delivery riders.
The Belt and Road Initiative is a very positive project that helps boost sustainable economic development in the world, especially in ill-connected Asia, a former U.S. diplomat has said.
Chinese aerospace companies have been increasing their participation in the global market and their next destination is Latin America.