Zhou Yan was still an elementary school student on May 12, 2008, when a magnitude 8 earthquake occurred in her hometown in Wenchuan county in Sichuan province.
A decade after the Wenchuan quake, many survivors have been able to fight off the pain – both physically and psychologically – left by the disaster and begin their lives anew.
In turning Yiwu from an impoverished county to an int'l trade hub, former Party chief of Yiwu county Xie Gaohua played a pivotal role.
A town hidden in the hills in eastern China became the world's trade capital of small commodities, with flourishing e-commerce and an expanding international market.
The head of Peking University apologized for a pronunciation slip-up in his speech delivered on Friday to celebrate the prestigious university's 120th anniversary.
Recently, British pop star Jessie J won the popular Chinese music competition show "Singer 2018."
Zhang Cuiying, a survivor of the slaughter carried out by Japanese soldiers in Nanjing over 80 years ago, passed away on April 30 at the age of 88.
Unlike plains in the inland, tidal flats, dubbed as "the deserts of agriculture", have long been off-limits for large-scale agriculture due to high salinity.
A Chinese studies forum drew more than 200 enthusiasts from across the world to exchange views and experience Chinese culture and art.
Fan Gang, a member of the monetary policy committee of the People's Bank of China, was once again at the center of public attention due to his "six-wallet" theory for homeownership.
China.org.cn selects some key remarks from Xi on the work of cybersecurity and informatization in the past two years, piecing together his strategic thinking on building China's cyber strength.
China.org.cn takes you on a tour of rural areas across the country to see how the local governments help industries thrive.
Facebook's recent data leak scandal has caused a huge public outcry. Data analysis company Cambridge Analytica accessed information from at least 87 million Facebook users without their knowledge.
A speech by President Xi Jinping at a national conference on cybersecurity and informatization on April 21 provides a clear blueprint for China's advancement in cyberspace leadership. Here are some highlights.