Travel agencies in China have been given the green light to resume most group tours across provinces after a suspension of nearly six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The move will help boost the recovery of tourism and facilitate resumption of work in the sector, experts and industry insiders said.
Authorities: Use separate spoon to serve2020-02-26
Health authorities in Shanghai have suggested a change to Chinese traditional table etiquette when people eat communally, which has been well received by the majority of the public and the catering industry across the country amid its fight against the contagious novel coronavirus.
Online sector is the height of fashion2020-02-25
Spring for the fashion industry is bringing an unseasonable winter chill. The novel coronavirus outbreak has seen many offline stores close temporarily amid labor shortages and most logistics services are suspended. Fashion brands and products are unable to reach consumers.
E-learning rises amid coronavirus outbreak2020-02-23
The school closure amid the epidemic outbreak has not stopped Chinese students from learning as they turn to the Internet to attend classes, bolstering the rise of e-learning.
Parents' love shapes children's lives: study2020-02-14
A recent study has shown that when spouses love each other, children stay in school longer and marry later in life.
China's Spring Festival in a nutshell2020-01-24
Chinese around the globe will celebrate the Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, on Saturday. It marks the start of the Year of the Rat, the first in ancient China's cyclical chronography of years.
Spring Festival reunion dinners a hot commodity2020-01-14
It took Shanghai resident Su Zhihao several rounds of phone calls and personal visits to three restaurants to secure a reservation for a family reunion dinner on the eve of Chinese New Year.
Palace Museum launches new puzzle book2019-12-22
The Palace Museum has rolled out its second puzzle book with interactive games that are artistically integrated with the museum's cultural relics and historical archives.
China green food expo draws global specialities2019-12-23
From French red wine to American ham, Malaysian bread and China's hot-selling farm produce, the 12th China Green Food Expo that opened Friday in the east China city of Nanchang, capital of Jiangxi Province, is an occasion for gourmets.
China releases media buzzwords in 20192019-12-17
China's National Language Resources Monitoring and Research Center unveiled the top 10 media buzzwords in 2019.
Study: gestational diabetes linked to heart disease in offspring2019-12-11
An international study has found that people whose mothers developed diabetes during pregnancy have increased rates of early-onset cardiovascular disease (CVD).
Guizhou announces travel discounts for winter2019-11-25
Southwest China's Guizhou province has rolled out discount travel packages to attract more tourists during the winter season.
HIV infections among gays under control2019-11-20
The rapid increase in HIV infection among the gay population in China has been brought primarily under control due to improved education and intervention measures in recent years, a leading expert at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention said.
E-cigarettes turn many young people into smokers: expert2019-11-20
A number of international cohort studies have confirmed that e-cigarettes are the gateway to many teenagers and young adults developing smoking habits, said Xiao Lin, a researcher at the Tobacco Control Office at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CCDCP).
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