An administrative shift for the better
Beijing is expected to make substantial progress by 2017 in transferring its departments in charge of political and cultural functions to Tongzhou district, its new "subsidiary administrative center".
Beijing taps new water sources
Beijing is multiplying its water sources to meet the demand of a growing population, and will increasingly rely on supplies recycled from sewage treatment plants for environmental uses such as road cleaning and municipal garden watering.
Beijing plans more subways, roads
Beijing is planning more subways and roads, including a new ring road, to address its traffic problems, the city's traffic authority said.
Beijing releases top hospitals list
Peking University Third Hospital, Peking Union Medical College Hospital and Beijing Friendship Hospital were ranked the top 3 in overall medical services in China's capital, according to a report released by the city's health regulator on Feb. 24.
Beijing to roll out administrative sub-center plan
The Beijing municipal government has a plan to improve the Chinese capital's administrative functions, traffic and air systems.
China's LeTV earnings soar in 2015
Earnings of Chinese online video website LeTV soared in 2015 thanks to brisk sales of its smart TV products, a preliminary earnings estimate showed on Sunday.
Baidu's revenue beats expectations
Baidu, the world's largest Chinese search engine, released its annual financial report on Friday.
Palace Museum receives the biggest cash donation
The Beijing Palace Museum has received a donation of 100 million Yuan, some 15 million US dollars, from the artist Cui Ruzhuo.
Xiaomi bites Apple by launching Mi 5 smartphones
China's top smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc has rolled out its long-anticipated Mi 5 smartphones, comparable to iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus, on Wednesday in Beijing and Barcelona, Spain.
Xiaomi to open 300 retail stores to secure top spot
Smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp on Wednesday debuted its flagship handset and pledged to open 300 retail stores to fight against Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, which is threatening its leading position in China.
Peking University launches open online courses
Peking University launched 32 open online courses over the lunar new year holiday, the university announced Wednesday.
2 smog hot spots identified in Beijing by think tank
Two smog hot spots in the already badly polluted Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei cluster have been identified by a national environmental think tank.
Beijing to add 10 parks in 2016
Beijing will add at least 10 recreational parks in 2016, the Municipal Bureau of Landscape and Forestry said Wednesday.
Beijing hospitals sharing expertise
Beijing has provided aid to medical institutes in neighboring Hebei province to ease overcrowding in the capital's hospitals by treating patients near their homes.
Beijing to transform housing for 35,000 families
Beijing will transform its run-down neighborhoods to benefit 35,000 families in 2016, authorities said Tuesday.
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