China's star hurdler Liu Xiang disclosed here on Friday that this summer's London Games "should be" his last Olympic show.
The leveling of an old-style house in Beijing that was the dwelling of a prominent couple of architects and preservationists has provoked a public outcry.
Eye doctors in the capital are expressing confidence in laser eye surgery, or LASIK, despite the safety concerns that a Taiwan specialist raised this week.
Vice-Premier Li Keqiang reiterated the urgency of extending Shanghai's pilot value-added tax reform across the nation to promote a faster development of the service sector.
With 3,500 kilometers of new high-speed railways expected to be put into use, the length of China's high-speed railways will exceed 10,000 kilometers.
A shortage of water quality monitoring stations is hindering China's ability to mitigate damage done by chemical spills in the nation's waterways.
China's organ donation system will be extended nationwide starting this year, said Huang Jiefu, deputy minister of health, on Thursday.
Visiting Vice-President Xi Jinping encouraged more Chinese companies to invest in Iowa and the US Midwest and to help create local jobs.
A preliminary audit commissioned by Apple found Chinese factories that make components for Apple products have improved working conditions for their employees.
China has initiated a "going out" policy that is aimed at taking the publishing industry to the next level.
A Chinese medicine professional denied claims that the practice of extracting bear bile is cruel and promised to give media a chance to visit bear farms.
China's central bank said Thursday that it will strive to reinforce the payment system in rural areas to provide farmers with convenient modern payment services.