A NEW international kindergarten, adopting the U.K.’s Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) system of preschool education, is expected to open in Shenzhen this September.
FORTY-FIVE people were sentenced in Shenzhen on Friday afternoon for their parts in a landslide that left 73 dead and four others missing in December 2015.
Yantian Port Shenzhen exports retain crown for 24 years' running
PLANS for railways linking the planned Xiongan New Area in Hebei Province with neighboring Beijing and Tianjin were disclosed recently on a map of the region’s railway links, marking the latest step in the new area’s development.
HONG KONG can mostly thank its international harbor for the rich blend of cultures that provide its unique character. While the majority of the city’s population are Chinese speakers, simply walking the streets will expose you to a medley of Asian and European languages.
THE Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) was adopted April 4, 1990 by the Seventh National People’s Congress (NPC) of the People’s Republic of China. It came into effect July 1, 1997.
CHINA is working on next-generation bullet trains with a maximum operational speed of 400 kilometers per hour that will be ready by 2020 for markets linked to the Belt and Road Initiative’s vision, the country’s top railway vehicle maker said.