A closer loot at Shenzhou-9

2012-11-03 10:03:51

Exhibition related to Shenzhou-9 unveiled at Shanghai Science and Technology Museum.

Fund to improve water of diversion project

2012-10-25 06:57:40

The government will spend 12 billion yuan to improve water quality on the middle route of the south-to-north water diversion project from 2011 to 2015.

Chinese public cultural institutions go private

2012-10-25 06:54:13

Progress has been made in converting government-funded cultural institutions into private enterprises, Minister of Culture Cai Wu said Wednesday.

Nuclear plants set for coast

2012-10-25 01:11:48

The construction of new nuclear power stations will be resumed in China.China emphasizes energy conservationChina's Energy Policy 2012

Secret talks held over Diaoyu Islands

2012-10-25 01:11:48

Chinese and Japanese diplomats met secretly to discuss the Diaoyu Islands in a sign that lines of communication remain open. Special

Civil service test applications surge

2012-10-24 23:34:05

More people have successfully applied to take the national civil servant examination in 2013 than did the year before.

Applicants for welfare to face tougher scrutiny

2012-10-24 23:34:05

Applicants for welfare subsidies will have their household income and assets checked, a process that will become standard practice across the nation.

Underwater archeology ship to be completed by 2013

2012-10-24 21:28:04

Chinese underwater archaeologists will have an 860-ton ship to help them carry out their work by the end of 2013.

15,000 officials investigated for bribery

2012-10-25 06:51:53

Authorities have investigated more than 15,000 civil servants involved in 13,000 cases of commercial bribery over the last five years.

Hidden danger hazards big city living

2012-10-07 09:19:05

From sinkholes, to flooding caused by antiquated and underdeveloped drainage systems, to falling glass curtain walls: China's cities have become dangerous places to live, residents say.

19 buried in SW China landslide

2012-10-04 13:52:32

Nineteen people, including 18 students, were buried Thursday in a landslide in Southwest China's Yunnan province, local authorities said.

Flags to fly at half-mast in HK to mourn victims of ferry crash

2012-10-04 09:15:10

National and regional flags at all government buildings in Hong Kong will be flown at half-mast for three days starting on Thursday to pay last respects to the victims of a fatal ferry crash. UK leaders condole on victims