Court verdict in killing of usury thug triggers heated discussion on legal justiceCourt verdict in killing of usury thug triggers heated discussion on legal justiceA usury case in which a young Chinese man killed a loan shark for his lewd behavior with the young man’s mother has triggered a nationwide discussion over whether the court should have treated more leniently.

Reactions to revision of textbook language on anti-Japanese warReactions to revision of textbook language on anti-Japanese warStarting with the spring semester of 2017, China’s textbooks will expand the span of the Second Sino-Japanese War from 1937-1945 to 1931…

Beijing no longer China's most congested city: reportBeijing no longer China's most congested city: reportIt may come as a surprise to daily commuters in the capital, but according to the latest traffic report, Beijing is no longer the country…

China develops its own ballpoint pen tipsChina develops its own ballpoint pen tipsChina, the world's biggest manufacturer of ballpoint pens, has finally developed its own pen tips, ending a long-term reliance on importe…

Scholar asks government to clarify petroleum coke use in ChinaScholar asks government to clarify petroleum coke use in ChinaA professor has recently lodged a petition to Chinese energy and environment watchdogs asking them to enhance transparency in petroleum c…

Two scientists share China's top science awardTwo scientists share China's top science awardTwo Chinese scientists, physicist Zhao Zhongxian and pharmacologist Tu Youyou, won China's top science award Monday for their outstanding…

Forex reserves drop US$320b last yearForex reserves drop US$320b last yearChina’s foreign exchange reserves fell to near six-year lows in December, but held just above the critical US$3 trillion level.