China on Friday night saw off its first police squad for South Sudan who will take part in the United Nations peacekeeping missions in the African country, the Ministry of Public Security said in a statement Saturday.
China's booming consumption and investment demand in the coming five years will generate a huge market for US companies.
Unlike his classmates, Zhou Yuequn, a 22-year-old student in his last year at the Shanghai University of Science and Technology, is not preoccupied with job hunting or exam preparations for post-graduate study. Instead, Zhou decided to participate an exchange program in Germany for six months.
Couples looking to take advantage of the "most auspicious day in a century" flocked to sign their marriage certificates on Friday.
A project named Panda Pals was launched on Thursday in the United Kingdom as two Chinese pandas will arrive at Edinburgh Zoo within the next few weeks.
The Penglai 19-3 oil leak was caused by illegal operation, China's ocean watchdog said on Friday.
The Third Forum on the Development of Tibet concluded on Friday afternoon in the Greek capital.
When Rebecca Fannin talked three years ago about her book Silicon Dragon: How China Is Winning the Tech Race, she became the object of criticism from some in her audience.
While the US economy has been slow in recovering, the island state of Hawaii is improving its lot by attracting Chinese tourists.
Hu arrived in Hawaii as Asia Pacific leaders gathered for a regional summit.
The Chinese government is considering establishing a monitoring system for private lending activities after a severe debt crisis.
Two domestic telecom giants are being investigated over alleged monopolistic practices.