China can minimize the impact of raising tariffs on farm products from the United States by increasing imports from other countries and adjusting domestic agricultural patterns, but the US may lose the Chinese market that its farmers have been exploring for decades, a senior official in charge of agriculture has said.
China will remain committed to opening up its agricultural industries despite trade tensions with the United States, a senior Chinese official said, adding that tariffs will only have a limited impact on the country's markets.
The Hong Kong section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong High-Speed Railway will go into service in September, according to an announcement on Friday by MTR Corporation
Beijing residents wanting to buy a New Energy Vehicle will find themselves at the end of a seven-year waiting list, according to the figures released on Thursday by Beijing's municipal government.
The Red Cross Society of China on Thursday donated 100,000 U.S. dollars to the Greek Red Cross to support relief efforts for fire-stricken Greeks.
Vaccines involved in recent online reports about suspected inoculations of expired vaccines into children in Shangluo City in northwest China's Shaanxi Province have proved to be valid, said the National Health Commission (NHC) Thursday.
Children eat watermelons to celebrate the coming of autumn in Gengguo Village, Binzhou city of east China's Shandong Province.
Police have arrested 137 fugitives in east China's Jiangsu Province after a facial recognition system was installed in railway stations around the province last May.
Netizens are praising police in south China's Shenzhen City for its operation to crack down on sexual harassment on the subway while not victim shaming women for wearing what they want.
Chinese astronomers have discovered the most lithium-rich giant star ever known, which could shed new light on the evolution of the universe.
Much progress has been made in Shanghai during the first half of this year by responding to the central government's call for further opening-up.
Market participants foresee a relatively stable Chinese currency in the near term, without fear of impacts from the US-China trade dispute. They expect solid economic growth momentum amid policy fine-tuning.
UN expert: Nation's effort to fight desertification worthy of praise