China opens key economic meeting to plan for 2018

The Central Economic Work Conference opened Monday, as Chinese leaders began to review the country's economic performance in 2017 and make plans for 2018. 


Trump to unveil national security strategy on Dec. 18

U.S. President Donald Trump will unveil a national security strategy report on Monday, the first of its kind since he took office and the 17th since the Reagan administration began to submit such a report to Congress in 1987.

Chinese bike-sharing firm faces lawsuit over deposit refunds

 Xiaoming Bike, a bike-sharing firm based in south China's Guangdong Province, faces a lawsuit after users have had difficulties in receiving deposit refunds.

Quadrivalent HPV vaccine snapped up by the public

The quadrivalent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has enjoyed high popularity since it appeared on the market, Beijing Youth Daily reported.

New UAV project launched in southwest China

A project to create the world's largest commercial unmanned aerial vehicle has been launched by a Sichuan-based technology company, reports

Chinese tennis school signs 15-year-old Chinese American player

Hanyun Tennis School has announced the signing of 15-year-old Chinese American tennis player Naomi Cheong, reports Beijing Youth Daily.

Tencent, invest in online retailer Vipshop

China's tech giants Tencent Holdings Ltd and Inc will jointly invest $863 million in cash in Vipshop, the country's discount online retailer, according to a statement on the official WeChat account of JD on Monday.

S. Korean president says visit to China sets foundation for full-scale cooperation

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Monday that his state visit to China last week had set a foundation for a full-scale cooperation and relations between the two countries.

Snow leopards spotted for first time in eastern Tibet

Images of snow leopards were caught for the first time in eastern parts of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

Doctors save child on Chinese flight

A pair of doctors are being credited with helping potentially save the life of a young boy who became overcome with a serious allergic reaction on an international flight headed to China, reports the Beijing Youth Daily.

Safari tiger attack case to be heard in a Beijing court

A court in Beijing has agreed to hear a lawsuit connected to a tiger attack at the Badaling Wildlife World which left the plaintiff mauled, and her mother dead, reports 

Wi-Fi to cover whole high-speed rail network

Wi-Fi is going to be available on all high-speed trains in the future, said Huang Min, the deputy-general manager of China Railway Corporation, the country’s railway operator, on Sunday, according to a report by

Sales of instant noodles softening fast in China

With their tangy sauces and sachets of dried meat and vegetables, instant noodles were once the bedrock of China's convenience food, but their sales had declined drastically in recent years.



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