Persistent heavy rain on Wednesday caused widespread disruption in the Chinese capital, Beijing, forcing the delay and cancellation of hundreds of flights and the closure of some subway stations.
Beijing's steamy summer months
Ibtm china 2016, the country's top travel trade event, is gearing up for a highly successful edition in Beijing this September.
The show, taking place on September 7 and 8 at the China National Convention Ce
Asian shares rose on Monday in cautious trade, shrugging off soft economic data from China, as investors pondered whether the US Federal Reserve will be confident enough to raise interest rates this week for the first time in a decade.
Producer prices in China fell to a near six-year low in July while consumer inflation remained subdued, signalling the world's second-largest economy was still facing deflationary pressures and that Beijing has room to further support the sl
Beijing was chosen by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to host the 2022 Winter Olympics on Friday, becoming the first city to be awarded both the summer and winter Games.
The Chinese capital beat Kazakhstan's Almaty i
China's economy grew an annual seven per cent in the second quarter, steady with the previous quarter and slightly better than analysts' forecasts, though further stimulus is still expected after the quarter ended with a stock market cra
The Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD) concluded its roadshow activities to China, visiting its last stopover at the capital city Beijing.
The Ajman delegation, led by ATDD general manager Faisal Al Nuaimi, also vis
China's national civil aviation authority says the country will need to train about half a million civilian pilots by 2035, up from just a few thousand now, as wannabe flyers chase dreams of landing lucrative jobs at new air service operator
The water coming out of Beijing taps later this month may have travelled more than 1,400 kilometres, transported along a series of canals and pipelines that form part of the world's biggest water transfer project.
The $62 bill
Hong Kong started to return to work on Monday after more than a week of pro-democracy protests disrupted the Chinese-controlled city, with the protest movement facing a test of its stamina after more clashes with police and pro-Beijing opponents