When Wang Wenting, a 26-year-old Beijing resident, discovered the safety of laser eye surgery was one of the hottest topics on Sina Weibo, a twitter-like micro blog service in China, she was in a dilemma as to whether to proceed with the operation she was previously interested in.
Canines rescued from slaughter still face uncertain fates. Eric Jou reports.
Chaos has surrounded not only the rescue of 1,100 dogs saved from a restaurant-bound truck but also their relocation into Chongqing municipality's Jingkou freight depot.
A group of hounds bound for the dinner table was intercepted in Chongqing. The problem now is how to nurse them back to health and care for them.
An invasion of African giant snails has southern Florida in a panic over potential crop damage, disease and the general yuckiness surrounding the slimy gastropods.
A new recycling machine allows customers to turn empty drink containers into cash.
Before Li Ziqing developed a fascination with artificial intelligence, he made loudspeakers out of salvaged lumber.
A new biometric camera and database network could make it hard for bad guys to hide.
Chinese have become more open toward having sex, according to the 2011 Global Durex Sexual Well-being Survey, released on Monday in Beijing.
A reality show seeks the military police's top cop by pitting contestants against the hardest hardships and toughest troops.
As China prospers, more people seek cosmetic surgery to fulfill their dreams of being beautiful, but the results can be devastating.
China Today, a monthly magazine published by China International Publishing Group, celebrated its 60th anniversary recently in Beijing.