China sacks six officials in defective vaccine case

China said Saturday that it has sacked six senior officials over the defective vaccine case involving Changchun Changsheng Life Sciences Limited.

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Robot fights attract audiences across China

Robot fights on the sidelines of the 2018 World Robot Conference have attracted 57 teams from across China.

Is 'national security' a good excuse for limiting foreign investment?

Imposing even greater restrictions on foreign investment will do harm to the developing of American enterprises - making America go from being the man in the case to the man who buries himself.

China-Africa maternal and infant health conference opens in Beijing

Officials and experts from China, Africa, the African Union and other international organizations gathered in Beijing Friday at a session themed "China-Africa Cooperation in Maternal and Newborn Health."

China first internet court handles over 10,000 cases

China's first court specializing in Internet-related cases has handled more than 11,000 cases since its inception a year ago, according to the court.

Renewed calls for improved China / Europe rail infrastructure

The rising number of rail freight services linking China and Europe has led to fresh calls for investment in infrastructure along key routes.

China's solid waste imports continue to slump on tightened ban

China's imports of solid wastes slumped further in the first seven months of 2018 as the government stepped up enforcement of a ban on solid waste imports.

Manila airport resumes operation following removal of damaged plane

Philippine airport authorities reopened on Saturday its main runway of the Manila International Airport hours after the removal of the badly-damaged Xiamen Air passenger plane that skidded off the runway on Thursday.

Paris Saint-Germain targets Chinese market

Paris Saint-Germain has become the latest European club to focus its attention towards Chinese fans.

73.5 pct of Chinese consider buying new energy vehicles: survey

A total of 73.5 percent of 2,006 respondents have considered buying new energy vehicles (NEV), according to a recent survey released by China Youth Daily.

China to improve regulations on establishing private schools

China plans to improve the regulations on establishing private schools, according to a draft amendment to the regulation regarding non-government funded education.

Senior care robots look after China's elderly

Many Chinese robotics companies are planning to tap into the senior care market with intelligent service robots.

Chinese overtakes German for first time in Britain's A-Level Exam

More students took A-level Chinese than German this year in Britain's A-Level test, making it the third most popular foreign language in the test, according to data released by the Joint Council for Qualifications.

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