A woman in her 20s from Beijing sent a suicide note on Weibo on May 20 as her family was allegedly in huge debt. Anxious netizens quickly joined hands to identify the woman and save the family of three from a suicide attempt.
Vern Vierra, third-generation winemaker and owner of St Jorge Winery in Lodi, California, is preparing for a growing production line for the Chinese market.
As China calls for higher-quality development, Fujian province is ramping up its efforts to enhance homegrown brands amid the country's broader push to build awareness of its own products.
Baidu is expected to be listed in the A-share market with a Chinese Depository Receipt (CDR) issue as soon as June, domestic news site sina.com reported on Tuesday, citing internal company sources.
China may not have made it to this year's World Cup, but in some form it will still have a presence in every stadium, at every game.
While the US and China have put a halt to a trade war and have agreed not to place tariffs on one another, Alaska Governor Bill Walker is in China to expand his state’s trade.
Chinese technology giant Xiaomi opened its first authorized store in Paris on Tuesday to tap the local market and gain core competency in Europe.
Chan Sing, a 33-year-old entrepreneur, found three years ago that his startup was in jeopardy due to difficulties raising funds in Hong Kong.
Innovation is making Qianhai's financial services more inclusive and accessible, as both the authorities and companies are revamping the traditional financial user experience with cutting-edge technologies.
China's opening-up over the past 40 years has not only driven global trade but has also added fuel to market liberalization, which is conducive to attracting overseas companies and talented personnel, said Stephan Howeg, chief marketing and communications officer of Adecco Group.