China's first three-dimensional TV channel started trial broadcast on Sunday, according to the broadcaster, China Central Television (CCTV).
Human error was blamed for a deadly bus crash in downtown Shenzhen Tuesday as the driver had mistakenly stepped on the accelerator instead of the brake while starting his vehicle, local traffic police said Sunday.
Regular direct flights will be launched between the Chinese mainland city of Huangshan and Taipei on January 18, which will hopefully further boost the tourism market of both regions.
Seven people onboard a bulk freighter were rescued Sunday morning after the vessel ran aground in waters at the estuary of the Yangtze River, the country's maritime rescue authority said.
Health authorities in south Guangdong province have yet to find the cause of the highly pathogenic H5N1 virus, commonly known as bird flu, that led to the death of a bus driver, a local disease control official said Sunday.
President Hu Jintao on Sunday called for strengthened confidence to accomplish the tasks of 2012 in a speech, as he and other senior officials celebrated the New Year with political advisors.
Red Cross announced the decision to shut down its subordinate organization in the commercial sector
3 new subway lines, including one new subway line and two line extensions, began trial operation Saturday.
Labor dispute cases reported in Guangdong province surged almost three-fold in the past four years.
A controversial draft amendment that proposes to outlaw forced confession and permits secret detention will be discussed.
China has a huge talent pool, and among this shimmering galaxy, there are now some unusual glitter.
The National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, or China's top legislature, ended Saturday its bimonthly session, adopting amendments to the Law on Occupational Illness Prevention and Control and the Macao Basic Law.