The cut-throat competition in Chinese smartphone market has never frightened newcomers, but for exotic startups, the journey of starting from scratch and raising funds for expansion is tough. But a Russian company has managed to surprise the market.
Like many people in China, Chen Hua (not her real name), a 60-year-old resident of Guangdong province, used to hate visiting hospitals because she had to wait in serpentine queues every time she required to see a doctor, pay medical bills and buy the prescribed drugs from the hospital pharmacy.
Chinese religious groups must obey the staunchly atheist ruling Communist Party, mainland Chinese leader Xi Jinping has told a key meeting on religion according to state media, as Beijing tightens controls on civil society organizations and churches.
A mainland Chinese lawyer said police stopped five Western diplomats who were trying to visit her in Beijing on Saturday after she had been prevented from traveling to the United States to accept an award for her rights work.
Improving the quality and competitiveness of products is the key to strengthen China's manufacturing power, said Lei Jun, CEO of Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, at the 2016 China Green Companies Summit on Saturday.
Chinese premium car owners are more interested in high-technology configurations while the Europeans are more concerned about the practicability of the vehicle, according to a report released this week.
At least five people have been killed and dozens injured by storms raging in southwestern China that blew down a market building, state media reported on Friday.
A fire caused by an explosion at a chemical and fuel storage facility in the mainland Chinese city of Jingjiang may affect thousands of nearby residents as well as key environmental resources, activists said Saturday.
Authorities in eastern China have halted plans to build a trash incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of two women.
Just a few years ago, working on eyewear was all about beauty, fashion and design. Not anymore. Claudio Gottardi, president and CEO of New York-based Marchon Eyewear Inc, sees the future of glasses not just in fashionable design, but in portable technology.