Song Lin, chairman of state-owned China Resources (Holdings) Co., Ltd, has been dismissed from office for suspected serious discipline and law violations, authorities said Saturday.
Personal information of students graduating from elementary and entering middle schools in Beijing this year will be collected through a new electronic system starting May 1 to guarantee fair enrollment.
High-ranking People's Liberation Army (PLA) officers have again voiced support for President Xi Jinping's instruction to build a strong military, the second time this month they have voiced group approval.
Tang and Xing both left high-paying jobs to pursue a rural lifestyle, and their home, which they named "Self-sufficiency Lab", is actually a renovated brick house in a remote mountainous village.
President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang extended condolences after a South Korean ferry accident left 14 people dead and 283 others, including two Chinese nationals, missing.
Weibo Corp, Twitter Inc's counterpart in China, made its debut on the Nasdaq in the United States on Thursday, becoming the first publicly traded Chinese social media company.
Calligrapher and educator Zhang Xuguang, 59, considers his 2,000-square-meter studio hidden beside a busy road in the north of Beijing a wonderland of inner tranquility and beauty.
Premier Li Keqiang said China has the conditions to keep its economy moving with another round of reform and opening-up.
Chinese mainland authorities firmly oppose the "Taiwan independence" forces' attempt to legitimatize separatism under the guise of supervising a cross-Straits pact, a spokeswoman for the State Council's Taiwan Affairs Office said.
Jana Janeckova, the owner of Listdesign, a graphic design company in the Czech Republic, still rememberes the movie about Chinese calligraphy screened in Czech when she was a child.