Currently, 3,700 legal aid centers have been set up across the country, with 14,000 lawyers offering free services such as consultation.
Nanjing transformed animal farms into seismic stations, believing monitoring behaviors of certain creatures can help forecast quakes.
Chinese scientists have identified what they say is the most complex HIV ever discovered, in the blood of a truck driver from Myanmar.
As a girl growing up in East China, Jiang Min always longed for an epic journey along the ancient Silk Road through desolate mountains and deserts, busy bazaars and crumbling mud-brick towns.
Ambassador to China Andrey Denisov says that a show by soldiers in the planned Tian'anmen Square parade will have "a surprise".
High school junior Chen Chaoyi has a regular hangout after school - a robotics lab.
The trains currently running on the high-speed rail network have been designed and built in accordance with various foreign standards.
Despite financial difficulties, a Uygur family who found a baby crying near a dustbin adopted her as its own and has even left the property to her.
Half-finished skyscraper models cluster at a site in Shanghai, March 25, 2015. It takes months to construct the models, at scales of 1:50-1:100.
Revised entry regulations, which came into effect on July 1, mean Taiwan residents no longer have to apply for a visa-like entry permit for every visit.
Guadalupe, a 55-year-old lady living in Spain, has been practicing tai chi for almost 20 years. She believes tai chi is not only a kind of martial art but a complete system of fusing traditional Chinese culture.
One of the potentially most traumatic things a girl has to go through is finding a new hairdresser.