Beijing boasts the highest concentration of wealthiest Chinese with 286, or 16 percent of individuals on Hurun China Rich List 2019 that ranks the very richest across the country
Chinese bike-sharing firm Mobike has raised prices for Beijing riders beginning Wednesday following similar price hikes in Shanghai and Shenzhen, a good sign according to some analysts.
China's State Administration for Market Regulation issued a directive on Tuesday to further regulate accident reports on new-energy vehicles.
Privacy concerns are hindering the use of facial recognition-based payment options despite the initial media frenzy and availability of the devices, China National Radio reported.
The site for the 2019 Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition will be renovated into a base to promote public awareness of ecological conservation and a tourist attraction, said an official on Tuesday.
Chinese tourists appeared to show restraint with their shopping offshore during the National Day holiday from Oct. 1 to 7, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
The first luxury cruise ship from Astro Ocean, a new cruise line co-founded by China Travel Service and China COSCO Shipping, completed its maiden voyage from Xiamen in Fujian Province to Hong Kong on Saturday.
Chinese retailer Suning announced on Friday it has completed acquisition of Carrefour Group’s local operations.
Alibaba‘s AI platform now serves one billion people around the world, according to a statement made at the tech giant’s annual Apsara Computing Conference in Hangzhou on Thursday.
Baidu has launched trial operations of its Apollo Robotaxi in a pilot area of Changsha City, capital of Central China’s Hunan Province, using a fleet of 45 self-driving taxis.
Passengers need just 28 minutes to travel from Beijing West Railway Station to newly opened Beijing Daxing International Airport on the new metro line that opens on Thursday.
The subway line connecting downtown Beijing with the new Beijing Daxing International Airport will officially open on Thursday.
The quake-hit Jiuzhaigou National Park will reopen partially and only for group tourists from Sept. 27, with a daily limit of up to 5,000 tourists, said the park’s administration.
China plans to regulate electronic cigarettes by introducing a national standard possibly next month, a bid to address concerns over the product's harmful effects.
Beijing Daxing International Airport, which will open on Sept. 30, has adopted advanced technologies that will make car parking at the site easier, Beijing Daily reported.
China aims to establish a comprehensive modern transport system by 2035, composed of high-speed railways, expressways and civil aviation, according to a guideline released by the CPC Central Committee and State Council.
China Eastern Airlines has cooperated with Huawei and China Unicom to launch a smart travel service armed with 5G and artificial technology to improve the travel experience.
No decisions have been made regarding the reopening of quake-hit Jiuzhaigou National Park, according to its administration, despite some online tourism agencies claiming to have touted services to the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A cheerful panda named Bing Dwen Dwen has been selected as the mascot for the Olympic Winter Games 2022, and a lantern child named Shuey Rhon Rhon as the Paralympic mascot.
Universal Beijing Resort, a Universal theme park, will open in 2021 in the southeastern area of the capital city.
Shanghai has become the first city in China to put into use a customized bus armed with artificial intelligence technologies procided by Alipay, China's top payment app from Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial, according to a summit on green commuting in Tianjin.
The China Conservation and Research Centre for the Giant Panda will send a team of experts to Thailand “as soon as possible”to investigate the death of panda Chuang Chuang.
China officially kicked off a national online platform for social security on Sunday after a month-long test, allowing residents to process data much more easily, sometimes with the aid of facial recognition technology.
Known for their convenience, low cost and diverse culinary styles, instant noodles seem to have made a comeback in China, Securities Daily reported.
China's National Immigration Administration has developed an identity verification platform for entry and exit at its national borders, also to be used by public service departments and other industries.
Shanghai Disney Resort has rolled out a new rule that allows some food to be brought into the complex following a controversial legal case filed by a visitor.
Customs authorities at Zhanjiang Airport, located in Zhanjiang City of Guangdong Province, have a new recruit—a multi-purpose robot armed with artificial intelligence and top-notch detection technologies.
Shenzhen has released a draft regulation to improve civilized behavior including a plan to give priority to some passengers on the metro system during rush hour.
It will be up to airlines to decide the meal service offered to passengers on flights, Gu Xiaohong, deputy director of the Civil Aviation Administration of China's general affairs department, said at a press conference Monday.
With diversified and professional services, Hong Kong can help mainland companies effectively explore overseas markets, said Vincent Tang, associate Director-general of investment promotion at InvestHK.