- Chinese regulator probes stock sales
- A listed arm of China’s state-owned aerospace and defense company and its two largest shareholders are under investigation for potential violation of stock-selling rules, according to the securities regulator.
- Uber embraces localization to counter criticism in China
- Despite a barrage of criticism deriding its private-car hailing service in China as illegal and unreliable, Uber Technologies Inc. remains undaunted in its bid to further penetrate into the lucrative market, exploiting the loopholes in regulations on car-hailing apps.
- Airbus to set up second plant in Tianjin to enhance local presence
- After opening its first non-European final assembly line for narrow-body A320 aircraft in Tianjin in 2009, Airbus has recently signed a framework agreement with its Chinese partners to set up its second plant in the northern port city of China, which will be responsible for completing cabin work f…
International Coffee Day to be celebrated on Oct 1The 74 members of the International Coffee Organization (ICO) and 27 coffee associations from around world will join forces to celebrate the first official International Coffee Day on Oct 1.
Homegrown smash hitsWeekly takings reach 1.76b yuan as 5.1 million flock to cinemas to see made-in-China movies.
Journal opens new page for literatureThere are numerous literary journals in the English-speaking world, but those that specialize in the translation of Chinese literature－and contemporary Chinese literature in particular-are rare.
Artist paints in cave studio for 30 yearsIn order to escape from the turmoil of city life and seek inspiration from nature, 67-year-old artist Song Chuanzhong has been living in a cave for the past 30 years.