An investigation of Synutra milk powder, one of the most popular milk powder brands among Chinese young mothers, shows there is no evidence of sex hormones causing early puberty to baby girls, announced China's Ministry of Health on Sunday.
Despite heavy government propaganda, the Shanghai Expo did not seem to be very popular with tourists. In fact, people are complaining about expensive food and management issues in the Expo park.
The Chinese government held a media conference yesterday to slam Google after the company made an official announcement it would be closing its search site in China and redirecting traffic to an unfiltered site. Officials say Google violated its promise.
A total of 11 rare Siberian tigers have died unnaturally since last December at Shenyang Forest Wild Animal Zoo in Liaoning Province in northeastern China. The government has launched an investigation to find out why.
China's aggressive development in the clean energy industry has reached a new resource - combustible ice, a hot topic at the on-going annual session of National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature.
The Chinese government announced today that it is going to raise the defense budget for 2010 to 532.1 billion yuan ($77.9 billion USD), up 7.5 percent from actual spending in 2009, the smallest increase in the recent years.
A group of American companies complained to the White House, claiming they are excluded from the huge procurement by the Chinese government under the nation's "indigenous innovation" policies.
With 1.3 billion potential consumers, the Chinese market seems irresistible to companies overseas. But recently, more and more foreign businessmen inside the country are fed up with the ugly truth and are ready to leave.
Cupcakes have been a trendy food in the Middle East. The market has responded so positively that the New York-based vintage dessert house Magnolia Bakery is going to open its first store outside of NYC in Dubai this month.