A minivan's fall off a cliff in Southwest China's Guizhou province on Saturday has left five people dead and three others injured.
China is fully prepared for a looming currency war should it, though "avoidable," really happen, said deputy governor of China's central bank Yi Gang.
Archaeological authorities in northern Shanxi province announced on Saturday that they have retrieved a millennium-old stone carving stolen from China's oldest existing Taoist temple.
China's space station, which is expected to be completed around 2020, will set an example of green technology, a Chinese space scientist said.
China's 1st solid-fuel rocket to debut
China's first solid-fuel rocket Long March-11 is expected to make its first launch before 2016, a senior official of the rocket's designing institute said on Saturday.
US President Barack Obama has signed an order to start the $85 billion across-the-board government spending cuts, the White House said on Friday night.
China, the world's largest food consumer, led developing countries in growing biotech crops last year, according to a report by an industry organization.
The EU launched an anti-dumping investigation into imports of solar glass from China amid long-running dispute over solar panel technology.
China's planned space station will offer scientists from around the world opportunities for research and experimentation, the lead designer of China's manned space program told Xinhua on Friday.
The State Council, or China's cabinet, on Friday ordered that a 20 percent individual income tax be levied on capital gains by home sellers.
The expenditure in China's central budget on social insurance and job security totaled $91.62 billion in 2012, the Ministry of Finance announced Friday.
Improving ties with neighboring states is among the many emerging challenges in Chinese foreign policy in the next five years.