- To enter China, Apple Pay needs to get buy-in from regulators, monopoly operator
- Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook enterprisingly charted the blueprint of bringing Apple Pay to iPhone users in China during a visit to the country in October, when the mobile payment service was available for commercial use in the United States. But the ambitious plan is facing uncertainty in the wo…
- Will 'Qualcomm fine' hurt prospects of foreign companies in China?
- China has recently chastised US chipmaker Qualcomm with a record $975 million fine for abuse of market dominance, the latest case in the far-reaching anti-trust crusade which has penalized a number of multinationals doing business in the country including US milk powder producer Mead Johnson and U…
- Five special events for Valentine’s Day
- As a culturally vibrant city, Beijing never misses a chance to organize innovative activities to mark festivals and special days, especially if it happens to be a popular international event.
- Madame Tussauds Wax Museums in China
- The Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, renowned for its numerous lifelike wax figures of the world’s famous stars and celebrities, has been in spotlight recently after the waxwork of Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, arrived in Beijing on January 28.
- A taste of tradition: time-honored restaurants in Beijing
- If you are a globetrotter just setting foot in Beijing and looking to enjoy the flavor of the real local cuisine in a traditional setting, you need to know where exactly to go in this vast metropolis littered with thousands of eateries. To make life easier and save some time, we have selected some…
China-US relationship adopting a 'new model'The summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Barack Obama, which was held at the Zhongnanhai leadership compound in central Beijing on Tuesday, was highly-anticipated, as the
Zhalong Nature Reserve in China's Heilongjiang
Zhalong Nature Reserve, located in the western part of Heilongjiang Province, is a well-preserved primitive wetland reserve. Covering an area of 2,100 square kilometers (210,000 hectares), t
Better loos for China’s scenic spotsForeign tourists can expect more and cleaner public toilets across China′s many scenic spots, along with better stocks of soaps and paper.
Amazing night scene of Fenghuang Ancient Town
A photo taken on Jan 5, 2015 shows the night view of the ancient town of Fenghuang, Central China′s Hunan province. Photos: Xinhua
night view of the ancient town of Fe…
Harbin gets ready for ice and snow festivalThe 31st Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival officially opens in the northern city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, on January 4, 2015.
Palace Museum to extend opening hoursMore areas of the Forbidden City will be open to the public this year and the museum will remain open into the evening, reports the Beijing Morning Post on Saturday.
Shaolin Temple seals Australian dealChina's legendary Shaolin Temple in Henan province is poised to build a complex in Australia that will include a temple, four-star hotel, kung fu academy and educational facilities.
Media watchdog hides cleavages againState Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) has removed scenes showing actresses' cleavages from a TV series once again, following changes in the historical drama The Empress of China…
Jackie Chan gives son a new haircutThe beginning of the year motivates people to move on, and it seems that Jaycee Chan, son of actor Jackie Chan, is ready to start over with his life and career after a six-month jail sentence on dru…
China passes soccer reform planChina's central reform group, chaired by President Xi Jinping, on Friday passed a plan to revive soccer, a sport that has been for years a source of national embarrassment.