China may not be ready for a society dominated by cities, experts warned on Tuesday, citing the country's quick urbanization.
Malaysian island earns recognition for playing a part in modern China's history.
The State Council Saturday unveiled guidelines for giving more support to the construction of two economic development zones in Xinjiang's Kashgar and Korgas.
The China Pavilion, the top attraction of Expo 2010 Shanghai, closed on Sunday, leaving behind tearful staff who worked there for more than 18 months.
China's migrant population now numbers 221 million, or 16.5 percent of all citizens, and as the numbers grow so do the problems these people face.
China held a grand ceremony on Sunday morning to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the 1911 Revolution, which terminated 2,000 years of imperial rule.
Gasoline and diesel prices are reduced for the first time this year beginning Sunday.
Negligence, breaches of regulations and the faulty installation of backup power systems caused the subway crash in September.
The number of tourists at national scenic spots increased sharply during the weeklong Nation Day holiday.
Three major traffic accidents claimed at least 52 liveson the last day of the weeklong National Day holiday.
Following the recent cancellation of the Confucius Peace Prize, the Ministry of Culture has called off the selection of another prize named after the ancient Chinese philosopher.