The Chinese president is set to speak for the first time at the Davos World Economic Forum.
China, through its National Energy Administration, announced that its 85 planned coal power plants are being deferred as they do not fit in China's five-year plan.
A study recently published by Stanford University revealed that there are opportunities that the Chinese government can use to control the loss of marine resources in the country's seas.
Some of the Donald Trump masks in the U.S. selling for $9.50 are actually made in China. The masks with the likeness of Trump – who would become the next U.S. president in four days – as the top products of Molezu, a factory in Shenzhen.
According to a report, Manufacturers at a township in North China's Tianjin Municipality were allegedly found to be counterfeiting more than 1-billion-yuan worth of food seasoning from famous brands like Nestle and Totole. ...
Despite a lower predicted economic growth for 2017, China vows to keep its economy stable and steady, according to President Xi Jinping on Monday during the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland.
The MacBook Air will be no more as Apple will reportedly bump off the line in favor of the 12-inch MacBook and the 13-inch MacBook Pro. The latter, according to the latest supply chain reports, will be significantly discounted presumably to entice MacBook Air fans to switch.
The so-called marijuana health benefits as claimed by most users has been trampled down by recent studies. The so-called positive effects of cannabis in the body has been found to be less effective than previously thought of. ...
The fear of rejection would always be lingering in the background. That is why it is important for an individual to learn how to manage rejection and transform it into an opportunity. ...
Novak Djokovic's hopes of a seventh crown at the Australian Open will be tested when he faces Uzbek Denis Istomin in the second round of the first Grand Slam of the year in Melbourne.
As the world’s factory, China churns out a variety of products from Donald Trump face masks to sex toys, electric cars and cattle embryo. The human rights abuses in China’s millions of factories, many of which have sweatshop conditions, are one of the two objects of commentary by an ongoing stage show in New York.
With the Spring Festival roosting in every Chinese home on Jan. 28, people in villages are all hands preparing food specialties and traditional decorations to celebrate the coming Year of the Rooster.