China / China Scene

Dead Siberian tiger found in NE China

[2011-10-27 16:12]

The carcass of a Siberian tiger has been discovered in a village in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province Thursday, reported.

Disillusion drives youths back to big cities

[2011-10-27 11:31]

Some youths who fled from big cities are now coming back, after they found things are not what they imagined.

Girl caught by cop after bridge jump

[2011-10-26 08:58]

A traffic police officer in Chongqing saved a teenage girl by catching her when she jumped from a road bridge.

Hardcore hikers on road to paradise

[2011-10-26 08:56]

Two French adventurers have arrived in China for the latest stage of their global walking tour.

Beijing refines officials' overseas training programs

[2011-10-24 11:02]

The Beijing municipal authority consulted 37 overseas training agencies on Saturday to regulate overseas training programs for government officials, the Beijing Times reported on Monday.

North China Plain faces wide-spread land subsidence

[2011-10-24 10:30]

A wide-spread threat of land subsidence has been found on the North China Plain, the Guangzhou Daily reported Monday quoting a report of China Central Television.

Proud dad's diary wins fans online

[2011-10-24 08:39]

A new father in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu province, has won praise from fellow parents for an online diary he started when his son was born.

Girl watches man kill her parents

[2011-10-24 08:13]

A 7-year-old girl in Liquan county, Shaanxi province, hid under a quilt in bed and watched as a man killed her parents.

Passer-by says he didn't see toddler

[2011-10-21 15:34]

A passer-by insisted the toddler was beyond his visual range, the same explanation he gave reporters earlier.

85.2% women satisfied with family status

[2011-10-21 15:10]

About 85.2 percent of women are satisfied with their status in the family, the China News Service reported Friday quoting a survey based on the responses of 105,573 women aged 18 and above throughout the country.

Anchorman backs students by wearing green tie

[2011-10-20 21:12]

Bai Yansong, a famous anchor of China Central Television, voiced his support to students wearing green scarves at a primary school in Xi’an by wearing a green tie on a TV program, Oct 19, 2011.

75-year-old volunteer helps keep Tian'anmen neat

[2011-10-20 16:10]

Liu Yuzhen, 75, has been committed to voluntary service since 1994 — picking up garbage on Tian'anmen Square every day.