Nagoya Mayor Kawamura Takashi said the Nanjing Massacre "probably never happened" on Monday.
Substandard products of cosmetic contact lenses can pose a serious threat to customers' sight.
Exchanges between China and Turkey began more than 2,000 years ago as a result of the ancient Silk Road.
The surge of festivals across China may have implications beyond people filling their daily lives with special occasions, experts say.
A Japanese man cycling around the world had a longer-than-expected stop in Central China when his bike was stolen.
Beijing International Capital Airport starts providing an hourly hotel right to travelers.
Li Jianguo found it hard to believe he was not in a movie when a man with a machine gun stepped out in front of his car in the middle of the night.
A national surveillance system will be launched to monitor the effect on human health of PM 2.5.
A service center catering for foreign residents has officially opened in the city's Pudong New Area.
China does not accept Nagoya Mayor's denial of the crime of the Nanjing Massacre.
A riverside community has found renewed hope in a rejuvenated ecosystem following the loss of farmland in Northeast China.
An investigation has been launched at a stationery company in Humen, Guangdong province, after two employees committed suicide last week.