A special session of the International Council of Design (ico-D), held on Friday in Beijing's China Millennium Monument, is an important part of the 2019 Beijing Design Week which opened on Thursday.
The government in Beijing has conceived new regulations to guarantee the safety of primary- and middle-school students, including a 200-meter safety zone and increased security personnel.
Two ancient Chinese irrigation works have been recognized as World Heritage Irrigation Structures (WHIS) by the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) at a conference held in Bali, Indonesia Wednesday, according to the Ministry of Water Resources of China.
The Hong Kong police said at a press conference on Thursday that the police officer injured in a knife attack a week ago is still being treated in ICU.
Members of the public in China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) have expressed support for Chief Executive Carrie Lam's call for dialogue to find a way out of the current impasse.
Taiwan-based author Lung Ying-tai's Facebook post defending radical protesters in Hong Kong was slammed by media and netizens for glorifying radical protesters and inciting conflict between the mainland and Hong Kong.
Hong Kong's Yuen Long District Council became the first council in Hong Kong to pass a bill to curb violence, which experts hailed as a pioneering step to restore the rule of law and address social problems.
Nine people have been confirmed dead in a landslide in southwest China's Yunnan Province Thursday, local authorities said.
China's first domestically built polar icebreaker will begin its maiden voyage in October from the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.
A Hong Kong moon cake maker and its mainland distributors are being hit hard by an online boycott after one of its board members was targeted by patriotic web users for posting support for the city protests.
A US company that hopes to introduce a plant-based meat substitute to the Chinese dining table amid sky-rocketing pork prices must first overcome government regulatory hurdles before it can hope to convince a skeptical Chinese public, Chinese experts say.
China's top education authority on Thursday pledged to limit and regulate the use of applications with AI-powered facial recognition technology in campuses and said it hopes schools will adopt such systems prudently.
Thousands of Beijing's ordinary people have been preparing for months for the upcoming grand parade scheduled for October 1 in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
Hong Kong stocks edged up slightly on Thursday morning following the rollout of a four-action move by local authorities on Wednesday in an attempt to put an end to the city's unrest.
Chinese mainland netizens have launched a social media campaign to expose and boycott enterprises suspected of supporting radical Hong Kong protests, with the latest list including Hong Kong-based cosmetics retail chain Sa Sa and one of the largest snack food franchises in Hong Kong.
Soccer fans from the Chinese mainland are infuriated after a Liverpool fan group in Hong Kong refused to remove its statement on Facebook calling for a boycott of team fans who are police officers.
The Chinese education and public security ministries held an urgent teleconference and ordered all schools nationwide to enhance safety measures on Wednesday, two days after eight pupils died in an attack in Central China.
Ostensibly for student safety, schools and parents have begun using AI facial recognition and positioning technology to monitor student behavior but in so doing have triggered widespread privacy concerns.