Young Chinese only stay 7 months on average in their first jobs, says surveyYoung Chinese only stay 7 months on average in their first jobs, says surveyChinese people in their early 20s stay only seven months on average in their first jobs, and this is believed by observers to be a good sign showing Internet-facilitated job-hunting and a flourishing services sector now giving China’s younger generation more discretion in career development.

Ghost Town in Xinjiang, wonders in the desertGhost Town in Xinjiang, wonders in the desert Situated about 100 kilometers away from Karamay city, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, the Ghost Town of World is a popular sightseei…

Anchor plays host to thank helpersAnchor plays host to thank helpersCui Yongyuan, a famous anchorman from China Central Television, treated 154 migrant workers to dinner on Monday evening to show respect f…

Tibet is a better place than it used to beTibet is a better place than it used to be Tibetan people enjoy the performance at the opening ceremony of Shoton Festival in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autono…

Galloping in the high landGalloping in the high land Riders in traditional costume attend a horse race to celebrate the Ongkor Festival in Quxu county, the Tibet Autonomous Region, on Mon…

New rocket engine tests successfulNew rocket engine tests successfulChina successfully conducted tests on its new 120-ton-thrust liquid oxygen (LOX) and kerosene engine on Sunday for its new generation car…

Order restored to Qidong after protestOrder restored to Qidong after protestOrder was basically restored Sunday on the streets near the government office of Qidong, where thousands of residents gathered and storme…