Containment of the H7N9 influenza virus in China, which has killed nine people, will require the implementation of stronger biosecurity and hygiene measures due to its elusive nature, UN experts said here on Thursday. Cooperation crucial in fighting outbreak
A national media training center opened in Beijing on Thursday to help government officials and entrepreneurs hone their abilities to communicate with the media and the public.
The native of Central China's Hubei province returned to China in 2009 after eight years working in the United States.
The Shanghai municipal government will provide poultry farms with subsidies to help them through the deadly H7N9 virus scare.
The Chinese government has alloted a total of 1.5 billion yuan ($239.6 million) to drought-hit areas to aid their agriculture production, the Ministry of Finance said on Thursday.
Despite public complaints, China will continue to enforce traffic regulations to ensure road safety, according to an official with the Ministry of Public Security.
The dismantling of the Railways Ministry has been seen as removing the largest obstacle to the rail industry reform.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for faster development of Hainan Province as an international resort island.
Construction of a new airport in south Beijing will start next year, and the facility is expected to be completed and put into use in 2018.
New super rice strains will help China maintain its largely self-sufficient supply of rice.