Women in different Chinese cities have different ways of dressing, and their fashion choices reflect regional characteristics.
More than 300,000 Communist Party grassroots committees have been set up in the country's private sector, up from less than 100,000 about 10 years ago.
Dozens of Chinese teachers at Confucius Institutes in the United States could be forced to leave by June 30 due to a State Department directive.
Organization implements reforms following 'lavish lifestyle' claim.
Specially trained and equipped mine rescue teams, to be formed this year, will significantly reduce the number of fatalities, according to a leading emergency rescue expert.
A former economic analyst has been jailed for leaking State secrets, a legal officer for a Beijing court said on Wednesday.
Besides the pain, what bothered Yang Zhihong the most during a circumcision were the female nurses lingering in the operation room.
A multibillion-yuan program aimed at providing free, nutritious meals for rural students could fail unless authorities give schools clear guidance on hygiene and spending, experts say.
Algae and snails are helping scientists develop a system to ensure oxygen and food for astronauts on long space missions.
Two Chinese fishermen were facing formal arrest by South Korea after they were believed to have injured four South Korean fishing officials.
Publishers have started printing advertisements on book covers in a move to help their industry sustain development and survive.
As more foreigners come to Beijing to work, more of them are getting married - and divorced.