China is considering deploying an advanced rescue ship that could carry drones and underwater robots to the Nansha Islands this year to help ships in trouble.
China and the European Union have both fallen victim to the global problem of excess steel capacity, which has resulted from years of rapid expansion of global economies.
A bus that straddles highway lanes to allow cars to pass beneath－a sort of moving tunnel－is set for a test run in Qinhuangdao, Hebei province, in August.
Wanda Group was scheduled to open its first outdoor entertainment complex in Jiangxi province on May 28.
When Zhang Lingxin was studying at Hunan Golf and Tourism College in Changde, in Central China's Hunan province, his coach gave him a tip that changed his game: focus on the ball and aim long, but at the target, or the hole, not the ball.
NBA announced Thursday that Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and forward LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook and San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard and Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan were selected as 2015-16 All-NBA First Team.
Barack Obama, the first incumbent US president to visit Hiroshima, laid a wreath at the site of the world's first atomic bombing on Friday, a symbolic gesture that Tokyo and Washington hope will highlight their alliance and breathe life into efforts to abolish nuclear arms.
The third Biennial of the Museum of the Central Academy of Fine Arts is calling for artworks from across the world, declaring it's a time that everyone can be an artist, says the museum’s director, Wang Huangsheng.
Thirty-three families have lived in relative seclusion in Yuejiazhai village in northern China for hundreds of years.
Shanghai-based fashion brand Arete Studio provides a perfect example of the rapidly emerging, modern and dynamic Chinese fashion industry.
Four Chinese investor groups are locked in a more than $140 million bidding war for one of the world's most powerful soccer agencies.
China's commitment to building green generating capacity is real but it needs the support of technologically mature economies to make sure that it invests in the right projects and that the most advanced solutions are rolled out, a leading UK industrial expert says.