A recent initiative to prevent rural children from starving has raised the hopes of grassroots philanthropists.
China has more than 48,000 centenarians, said a survey published by the China Gerontological Society on Monday.
China has implemented a slew of measures to guide banks to loan more to small and micro-sized enterprises.
The government may revise regulations covering joint offshore oil exploration with foreign companies following a oil-spill issue involved with ConocoPhilips.
Major areas in China experienced a slower year-on-year economic growth rate in the first three quarters.
Public servants are to receive systematic and compulsory training in ethics over the next five years.
Many restaurants are seriously polluted by tobacco smoke despite a national smoking ban.
Much loved by students, but of concern to many parents, money management courses are on the rise.
Healthcare services overseas are attracting Chinese customers who are willing to pay much for quality and privacy.
Cambodia said that the territorial dispute in the South China Sea should be solved between China and the concerned countries.
Just like what China's millions of homebuyers have long expected, a nationwide price cut in new home sales has finally begun.
The debt crisis of small and medium-sized enterprises in Wenzhou has been eased one month after Premier Wen visited the city.