More than 300 people gathered to enjoy a bowl of porridge made from genetically modified food on Saturday, an attempt to quell public fears about the safety of the product.
Any public scandal related to infant milk formula is bound to arouse huge emotions.
Tour operators coming under increasing pressure from rising number of tourists seeking firsthand experience of the mountain.
Archeologists in race to save historic resources from plunder.
Red alerts after rapid increase in number of venomous insects poses huge threat to people's safety.
Ewenki herders stick to old way of life as their border forest regions undergo dramatic changes.
Unprecedented efforts have been made to save lives in the South China Sea.
Changing world of publishing offers new possibilities for success.
There's growing disquiet that some CPC members are embracing religion and superstition.
For 20 years Richard Sears has been devoted to making the etymological information of Chinese characters available online for people to trace them back to their original form, when they were first carved or written on bamboo slips or silk more than 2,000 years ago.
Experts insist fears about the demise of written Chinese are unfounded.
The beauty of classical designs casts its influence on modern architecture beyond China.