Beijing sees decline in PM2.5 density

2012-01-07 22:51:21

Beijing has seen a decline in PM2.5 density besides the decrease of the PM10 density.

More students want to get into grad schools

2012-01-07 20:06:39

An estimated 1,656,000 people are participating in the 2012 national entrance examinations for postgraduate studies, up 9.6 percent year-on-year.

Three Gorges project power generation down 7.2%

2012-01-07 19:23:05

The Three Gorges Power Plant, the country's largest hydropower project, generated 78.29 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity in 2011.

Hong Kong's richest get poorer

2012-01-07 09:09:11

Even as they continued to benefit from the mainland's robust economic growth, Hong Kong's richest people saw their wealth shrink last year in tandem with the sagging stock market.

Surgeons flooded with calls over implants

2012-01-07 08:21:50

Thousands of breast implant recipients are alarmed by the recent news of faulty prostheses.

Beijing to release PM 2.5 data

2012-01-07 08:09:23

Just before Spring Festival this year, the capital city will start releasing data about the amount of tiny particulate matter that is detected in the air.

New attack on Mekong River

2012-01-07 08:00:45

Four Chinese cargo ships and a Myanmar patrol boat were attacked early on Jan 4 at Wan Pung Port in Myanmar.

Homicide, robbery suspect wanted

2012-01-07 08:03:18

Police believe man committed similar crimes in other cities.

Police search for homicide, robbery suspect

2012-01-06 16:47:01

Police in east Jiangsu province are searching for a suspect they say shot and killed a man during a robbery Friday, according to a police officer with the Public Security Bureau of Nanjing, the provincial capital.

Chinese ships attacked again on Mekong River

2012-01-06 15:23:14

Four Chinese cargo ships and a Myanmar patrol boat were attacked early morning on Jan 4 at Wan Pung Port in Myanmar, further aggravating safety concerns.

For migrants, no Web, no train ticket

2012-01-06 08:03:48

Migrant workers complain that without Internet access, they have had more problems than ever buying train tickets since railway authorities launched the online ticket booking system.

Province vows to better serve transients

2012-01-06 09:32:54

Migrant women and children will be entitled to more public services in the coming decade in South China's Guangdong province, which has the largest transient population in the country.