Drivers of passenger cars could enjoy a toll-free journey during the coming Tomb Sweeping holiday in April, according to a plan from the transport authority.
A few hundred workers at Guangdong Nanhai Honda Automobile Parts Manufacturing Co who were unsatisfied with the company's annual wage adjustment plan and went on strike on Monday night returned to work on Tuesday.
Tai Lihua, a CPPCC member and director of the China Disabled People's Performing Art Troupe, lost her hearing at 2 but this hasn't stopped her from achieving her dreams。
New premier makes his mark with confident media appearance.
Amid the torrent of rave reviews that poured forth from online denizens in response to Premier Li Keqiang's news conference on Sunday, the reporter added his feeble voice.
A museum of Chinese gardens will welcome its first visitors on May 18, the opening day of the Ninth China (Beijing) International Garden Expo.
Courts in Guangdong province will explore ways to make court proceedings more transparent to the public.
Discussions with US treasury chief look to expand areas of common interests, goals.
Two officials have become director and Party chief of the State Council's newly merged press and broadcasting regulator.
China needs to put more effort into improving fairness in education.