Biologists said on Friday they have discovered the fossil remains of a baby dinosaur in China that represents a new species of small theropod, or meat-eating dinosaur.
The Ninth China (Beijing) International Garden Expo is ready for its trial run on Sunday, now that construction work is done.
More than 30 million students in rural China are now benefiting from a nutritional lunch program launched by the government, according to Vice Education Minister Lu Xin on Friday.
The Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) has a total of 89.906 million members as of the end of 2012, CYLC's central organization department said on Friday.
China's Ministry of Public Security on Friday handed over 10 children trafficked from Vietnam to its Vietnamese counterpart in a border city in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region.
Food safety authorities announced on Friday that plans to create new, unified national standards on bottled drinking water are under way.
The Supreme People's Court said on Friday it will impose harsher sentences on people convicted of crimes related to food safety. In 2012, number of cases rose 224.62 percent.
Huang Sheng, the former deputy governor of Shandong province, was sentenced to life in prison on Friday for accepting bribes of more than 12.23 million yuan ($1.98 million).
There's no shortage of work by international artists on view in Beijing, but they tend to be grouped in galleries by their country of origin.
Threatened by aggressive auction houses and having a loose system of artist representation, Beijing galleries have been battling to survive since they first began to appear on the scene in the early 2000s.
China's middle- and high-end restaurants are facing what industry insiders call a "chilly spring", with many taking measures to combat a drop in business.
WHO reiterated on Friday there is still no evidence of sustained human-to-human transmission of the new strain of H7N9 bird flu or reports of infection in animals outside China.