“Could you hear me?” Stephen Hawking asked in his iconic computer-synthesized voice, getting a cheerful “yes” from hundreds of people in a speech hall at the Hong Kong Science Park.
A dozen self-service clearance channels were put into use yesterday at the entry section of the newly renovated Building A terminal of Hongqiao International Airport as it officially reopened.
The government of Tibet Autonomous Region and Chinese Academy of Sciences have agreed to launch a large-scale survey of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, 40 years after the first was conducted.
More than 40 Buddhism experts from home and abroad began researching a batch of historic Buddhist scriptures in Shanghai over the weekend.
The Australian National University (ANU) has called on amateur astronomers to help its researchers find a new planet in the Solar System.
A set of new road traffic regulations deemed as the "toughest traffic regulations in history", came into force in Shanghai on Saturday.
The Belt and Road International Trade and Investment Platform, a mutual exchange platform of global purchasers and suppliers, has agreed to promote Nepalese pashmina products in China, local chapter of the platform said.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Friday that the Chinese and Australian governments should create a better trade and investment environment in order to expand two-way open-up in services and investment.
The social network Twitter is considering implementing a paid subscription service, a premium version of its popular TweetDeck interface aimed at professionals.
A new report from Stanford University researchers calls for China and the United States to work more closely together on solar energy with each country capitalizing on its particular strengths.