Saving ancient heritage from the depths is no easy task.
Japanese professor digs into truth of nation's past.
Sharing of teachers, education resources would assist less-privileged institutions, report Cao Yin in Beijing and Luo Wangshu in Chongqing.
The establishment in Weifang, known as Weihsien Concentration Camp, was the largest Japanese camp in China. It housed prisoners from many countries during World War II. Most of the internees endured three years there.
Public shows concern with zoo's actions and comments, and questions its responsibility.
Lingering sexist attitudes - leftovers from a patriarchal past, outright gender discrimination in education and a lack of specific laws impede the process of removing the discrimination against women.
The Beijing-based Champion Foundation set up by China's first Winter Olympics champion Yang Yang is helping retired athletes to find new directions.
The sentiment behind the Olympic ethos can apply just as much for the bidding to host the Games as it does for the actual events, it seems.
A record 4.5 million Chinese people are estimated to have traveled overseas during Spring Festival, a rise of 12.5 percent from a year ago.
Elsa Jacquin has a social insurance card issued by the Chinese government, but the French expatriate is not sure if she is covered by the country's social security network, and doesn't know where to seek an answer to this and many other questions.
The discovery of ancient bones may challenge widely accepted theories about the earliest relationships between felines and humans.