A new program produced by Hebei Television Station will feature grassroots moral models widely spotlighted in this year's media around China.
Explosive sales on Nov 11 have online retailers hoping that Dec 12 can bring customers back for more, though expectations are modest.
Chinese Internet users have been imitating the hand signals used by crew members on the country's first aircraft carrier.
Family members of a runner who died eight days after taking part in a recent marathon in Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong province, have complained of delayed treatment by the event's organizers.
The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security is soliciting public opinion on temporary rules for the transfer of pension accounts among three different types of pension programs.
Working hard is a virtue. But people overworking at the cost of their health or even their life incur a greater loss than the contribution they should have made.
Several students are staring at more than a dozen photos on the whiteboard carefully. Featuring varied objects like books, cosmetics and a dining table, the pictures reveal one routine day in the life of a person.
The declining popularity of the once-ubiquitous MSN service shows how new messaging technology keeps us more connected than ever.
China's naturists often fantasize about baring it all in the sun, but secluded and safe places are hard to find and public acceptance is equally lacking.
Micro blogs flaunting wealth or targeting it are symptomatic of the widening wealth gap that has accompanied China's development as some have gorged on the fruits of development before others have even had a taste.
When Yang Heping was 3, he noticed that he looked different from those around him and that people stared at him on the streets.
I don't equate education with intelligence because it doesn't add up.