Minister of Commerce dismissed claims that foreign direct investment in China is falling, adding that utilized FDI maintained growth while it dropped globally in 2016
Historical material in danger of being lost through carelessness
Red Cross Society and its staff will be breaking the law if they fail to inform donors of how their money is spent
Books abandoned on trains to encourage reading find little home in commuters' hearts.
China will let private collectors play a larger role in preserving cultural relics.
Workers spread sorghum as it is prepared for the first fermentation
Workers at a distillery prepare sorghum for fermentation
Liquor is kept in wine jars in a distillery
Locals take a boat across the Chishui River
Tourists watch a fountain performance on the Chishui River, the main water source for the locally made liquor of Maotai town
A store in Maotai Town selling locally-made liquor
Locals chat on the bridge over the Chishui River
Bottles of premium quality Maotai liquor in storage
A man looks across Maotai and the meandering Chishui River
A new defense transport law reflects China’s ambition to build power projection capabilities both at home and abroad
Chinese judges are normally on their own career track, but an increasing number of lawyers are donning judges’ uniforms in an attempt to bring fresh blood into the system
The augmented reality game Pokémon Go has swept the globe. Though the game isn’t officially out in China yet, hungry Chinese gamers are trying everything they can to play it
Thanks to his talent for music, after graduating from primary school in the Zhongguancun area of Beijing’s Haidian district, Peng Bo, 12, entered the junior high school affiliated to the nearby Beijing Haidian Teachers’ Training College. The school, close to his home and among the capital’s best, made Peng’s mother Yu Jie very satisfied indeed.