- IBM to share technologies in China amid regulatory pressure
- US technology giant International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) has bended to China's increasingly xenophobic technology policy with a makeshift strategy that allows the Big Blue to open technology licensing to local firms in exchange of more opportunities to continue to grow its business amid the…
- Can Apple Watch assure Apple of great success in China?
- China has once again joined the ranks of countries chosen by Apple Inc. for the launch of a new product, a sign that the US tech giant is attaching more importance to the lucrative market amid its latest effort to grow the emerging wearable device sector.
- 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…
- Country leads way in patent applications
- China maintained its position as the world leader in annual patent applications for the fourth consecutive year in 2014, with 928,000 invention patent applications filed, a 12.5 percent year-on-year i
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
Anchor cast aside after scandalChina Central Television host Bi Fujian is reportedly to be replaced by his colleague Zhu Jun on one of State media's most popular shows Xingguang Dadao, or Avenue of Stars.
Chinese films draw attention at Houston film festivalSeveral Chinese feature films and documentaries, all screened at a renowned film festival in Houston, were warmly received by native audience and drew attention from movie professionals.
So, did hamburgers originate in China?Heated online debate has been triggered over the relationship between hamburgers and rou jia mo, a Chinese snack that has been described as "the world's first hamburger".
Seven-day classic tour route in ZhejiangZhejiang Province on China′s southeastern coast is one of the birthplaces of Chinese civilization. Follow this recommended tour route and you′ll get a glimpse of the classic image of this region, wh
More cities on free-and-easy trips to TaiwanShu Rongjuan, 63, a resident of Longyancity, Fujian province, is thrilled with the news that many more Chinese from the mainland will soon be able to travel to Taiwan by themselves instead of in gro…
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),…
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.
Li Na running for China's 4th Laureus awardLi Na, who won the Australian Open for her second Grand Slam title and had a career-best world No. 2 ranking before she retired in late 2014, is gunning for the women's crown in the Laureus World Spor