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New York, London and Paris continued to cement their status as the world's top three most competitive and influential cities in 2018.
The trio of Sinopec, PetroChina and China State Construction top the list of Fortune's Top 500 Chinese companies again this year.
Check out the top 30 of the 1,000 universities that appear on the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018.
Although China's national team is not competing this year, there is still a strong Chinese presence on and off the sidelines of the tournament, which has attracted worldwide attention.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening up. To fully prepare for the challenges that lie ahead, we must first affirm the achievements of the past four decades.
As one of the new generation of traders in the world's largest small commodities market, Ye Peng has inherited the enterprising and hardworking spirit of Yiwu that has made the city what it is today.
Despite the announcement by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce that China would not be the one to fire the first shot, a trade war has still broken out.
Home away from home… cat cafes springing up around Beijing's trendiest neighborhoods are a sign of the times.
A new film phenomenon that tells a touching story based on China's medical reform and progress since early 21st century has soared to critically-acclaimed triumph and great box office success.
A local lady has returned to her hometown to bring together farmers and increase their income.
In Nagqu city in southwest China's Tibet autonomous region there is a township called Rungma. It is a paradise for rare wild animals like Tibetan antelopes and wild yaks.
As home to one of China's major agricultural bases, Shanxi province has vast potential to utilize natural resources and waste.
In July 2018, the 42nd session of the World Heritage Committee inscribed Mountain Fanjing on the World Heritage List under natural criteria.
A 2-year-old hearing-impaired girl from Gansu is expected to be able to hear and speak thanks to a free cochlear implant surgery.