China's central bank governor says the country will continue with its "prudent" monetary policy and fine-tune it to cope with economic conditions.
The provincial TV station of Guangdong province provoked cheers and outrage when it chose to hire bikini models to deliver weather forecasts.
By the end of 2012, a water resource allocation plan for 25 rivers that flow through more than one province will be put into use.
A police officer was killed when a bus ran into the back of his patrol car in downtown Beijing on Friday afternoon, according to the police.
The family of a bus driver who protected his passengers after being critically wounded by flying metal debris declined donations on Monday.
Free bicycles made available for subway commuters in Shanghai are disappearing at the rate of one a day.
The coastal sanatorium providing a range of leisure, rehabilitation and medical services now is open to lower-level soldiers, sailors and airmen.
China has strengthened its fiscal support for its increasing forest area, launched a number of national ecological projects.
An oceanographic ship carrying China's manned deep-sea submersible left eastern port city of Jiangyin Sunday for the Mariana Trench to attempt the world's deepest manned submersible dive.
The China embassy in Canada confirmed that the victim of a gruesome killing in Montreal is Lin Jun, a 33-year-old Chinese student from Concordia Univ.
China's southernmost city of Sanya, Hainan province, will seek to exploit its unique cultural heritage, rather than simply build luxury hotels.
China's social security fund manager on Friday warned of a "huge capital gap" amid future waves of pension payments to retirees as the country enters a period of rapid aging.