A CHINESE auto maker has completed the country’s first highway test of the drive-smart functions of commercial heavy-duty trucks.
AFTER one year of trial operation, China’s Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST), the world’s largest single-dish radio telescope, has identified multiple pulsars, the National Astronomical Observatories of China (NAOC) said yesterday.
THE Immigration Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government announced yesterday that self-service departure for visitors to Hong Kong (Smart Departure) will be launched at Hong Kong International Airport today.
CHINA’S Good Samaritan law went into effect Oct. 1 to protect people who are ready to help others.
CHINA will become the world’s largest production base for display screens as early as 2019 as money flows into assembly lines, industrial associations have said.
CHINA’S pursuit of high-end manufacturing and relocation of labor-intensive factories will generate opportunities for other emerging markets (EMs) in Asia to bolster economic growth, Fitch said in a report.
MORE than 70,000 officials at or above the county-head level have been investigated for suspected corruption since the 18th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress in 2012, the top anti-graft body of the CPC said Saturday.
JAPANESE Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dissolved the more powerful lower chamber of Japan’s bicameral parliament and called a general election Thursday.
THE Central Government spent 4.6 billion yuan (US$694 million) on HIV/AIDS control and treatment in 2016, a health official said Tuesday.
MORE than a year after China piloted its first national park in the Sanjiangyuan area of Qinghai Province, authorities have devised a scheme aimed at putting more of the country’s areas of outstanding natural beauty under protection.
THE All-China Federation of Trade Unions has helped more than 5 million migrant workers get unpaid wages totaling more than 30 billion yuan (US$4.5 billion) in the past five years, a federation official said.
THE world’s highest road tunnel opened to traffic in Southwest China’s Sichuan Province yesterday, 15 years after the project was started.
AS of the end of August, over 680,000 previously unsupervised left-behind children in China’s rural areas have been placed in the custody of guardians, according to an office affiliated to the Ministry of Civil Affairs (MCA).
CHINA’S 10 largest online service providers have improved their privacy policies and made them more transparent to users, authorities said Sunday.
A TECH company in East China’s Zhejiang Province has developed a software that frees parents from checking math assignments.
CHINA has issued a guideline on educational reform to improve educational fairness and quality.
ABOUT 84 percent of Chinese people can accept going out without any cash, according to a report of mobile payment usage in China released by Chinese mobile payment solution Wechat Pay.
THE food safety authority of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) announced Saturday that the import and sale of raw oysters and shellfish in Hong Kong from Australia’s Tasmania has been suspended with immediate effect.
TWO former CPC officials, Mo Jiancheng and Xiang Junbo have been expelled from CPC and dismissed from public office for violating the Party’s code of conduct.
SOUTH KOREA decided Thursday to offer US$8 million of humanitarian aid to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) through international organizations under the United Nations.