China's railways are expected to face the post-holiday travel peak over the next few days when millions of travelers return to their workplaces or schools as the Spring Festival celebration has come to an end.
Experts wary of shrinking population2019-02-18
With China’s population expected to begin shrinking in the next 10 years, more research should be done to prepare for the challenges caused by a rapidly aging population and a dwindling workforce, according to demographic experts.
Forbidden City to open night tours for first time2019-02-18
Palace Museum, or Forbidden City, will extend its opening hours to the evening for the first time on Feb. 19 and Feb. 20 in celebration for this year's Lantern Festival, its curator said Sunday.
The Year of the Pig has global brands going "whole hog"2019-02-18
Chinese New Year has gone global in the last couple of years with a marked uptick in engagement worldwide. Heavily impacted by the growing global awareness of Chinese New Year is the retail sector -- especially high-end merchandise and luxury brands.
Chang'e-4 landing site named "Statio Tianhe"2019-02-15
The landing site of China's Chang'e-4 lunar probe has been named "Statio Tianhe" after the spacecraft made the first-ever soft landing on the far side of the moon last month.
Lots of jobs on offer in Pearl River Delta region2019-02-15
Demand for skilled workers is surging in Dongguan, a traditional manufacturing hub in the Pearl River Delta region, after the Spring Festival holiday, according to various companies and the city's human resources bureau.
Beijing launches "loving birds" surveys2019-02-15
Mandarin ducks playing in water were usually featured as a symbol of love in traditional Chinese poems and artworks, but now they have become frequent scenes in many Beijing parks this winter, delighting the city's bird lovers.
Radar to spot the bad guys from on high2019-02-15
China's space engineers said they can now offer a new method to detect terrorists transporting explosives as well as track moving targets more efficiently than current modalities.