Chinese and Americans widely distrust each other but few among the public or elite see the other power as an enemy, a survey said.
Expanding plants making the dangerous chemical paraxylene (PX) will no longer need ministerial approval - a move to cut red tape that could upset environmentalists and other opponents of the...
Japan and South Korea have conducted a joint naval exercise in an area covered by China's air defence identification zone - a move that is seen as sending a firm message to Beijing.
Communist Party officials are interfering less in court hearings amid a push by Beijing to reform the country’s legal system, judges and legal experts said.
Apple has sent independent medical experts to a Shanghai factory operated by supplier Pegatron after the deaths of some employees.
A PLA helicopter exploded in mid-air and crashed in Anji county in Zhejiang province around 7.10 pm yesterday, Xinhua and a provincial news portal reported.
Smog-filled Beijing strikes a close resemblance to Los Angeles at its polluted worst in the 1960s, the United States' top environmental protection official said yesterday.
The central government's decision not to grant a public holiday on Lunar New Year's Eve has sparked an angry reaction among internet users on the mainland.
Cai Zhiqi, associate professor of chemistry at the South China University of Technology, was given notice three weeks ago for having two children, his lawyer, Lu Miaoqing said.
Health authorities ordered the closure yesterday of two Shenzhen wet markets where the deadly H7N9 strain of bird flu was detected. The wet markets are in the border city's Longgang district....
Members of the Wellesley College faculty reacted strongly when word spread that Peking University might fire professor Xia Yeliang, a Beijing critic. Xia, an economist, had visited Wellesley over...
Cheerful yet anxious, six-year-old Guo Bin left the Shenzhen hospital where he was fitted with eye implants after his own were gouged out near his home in Shanxi province.
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