China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment announced yesterday that China will ban imports of 32 types of solid waste in its latest move to reduce environmental pollution.
IT was with some reluctance that Ma Xiaobing upgraded his kebab stall by investing in a smoke control device, but he is doing much better business now.
PREMIER Li Keqiang yesterday pledged to continue reforms to attain the economic growth target of about 6.5 percent this year despite challenges ahead.
China will launch a space station core module next year as the first step in completing the country’s first space outpost, a senior engineer with China Aerospace Science and Technology Corpsaid yes
A BUDGET hotel and a karaoke bar in downtown Xujiahui have been formally warned and are still being investigated as the city cracks down on public smoking.
CHINA’S first pelagic — or open sea — fishery research vessel, owned by the Shanghai Ocean University, was launched on Friday in Tianjing, four years after approval for its construction, the univer
THE boom in rental bicycles is creating challenges for parking around the city, Huangpu District authorities said yesterday, adding they were consulting bike companies and other involved groups.
Beijing and its neighbors have pledged to intensify efforts in cutting air pollution to meet the target of lowering the average annual PM2.5 density in the region to about 60 micrograms per cubic m
A group of rare ibis once thought extinct in China has been spotted in the southwestern province of Yunnan.
BANGLADESHI doctors yesterday conducted surgery to remove bark-like growths from the skin of a young girl believed to be the first female to suffer from a condition known as “tree man syndrome.”
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