Riots in Stockholm continue

STOCKHOLM – Riots in suburbs of Swedish capital Stockholm continued and had spread around the city, local media reported on Thursday.After first starting on last Sunday night in Husby, northwest

Ex-captive panda may be pregnant

Monitoring data show that Cao Cao, a 16-year-old giant panda raised in captivity, has mated with a male in the wild-a rare occurrence for the endangered species-according to a panda

Four overseas companies announce major recalls

The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine announced last week that Jaguar Land Rover, Ferrari and FAW-Volkswagen recalled thousands of their imported cars in China. Volvo Car said

Guangdong aims for 7 percent GDP growth target

Guangdong province, one of China’s economic powerhouses, will aim to achieve an average GDP growth rate of 7 percent over the next five years, its top official said on Monday.”Reform

Research vessel Xuelong undergoes maintenance

China’s polar research vessel and ice-breaker Xuelong (Snow Dragon) is anchored in Shanghai, East China, on April 16, 2013. On Tuesday, technicians from Jiangnan Shipyard started renovation and maintenance work

Mainland-Macao trade slumps in Q1

Trade between the Chinese mainland and Macao dropped by 27.2 percent year on year to $740 million during the first three months of 2016, according to figures from the Ministry

Beijing tourism expo gives boost to sector

Dozens of tourism experts, government officials, entrepreneurs and diplomatic envoys to China attended the launching ceremony. Tourism experts, government officials, entrepreneurs and diplomats recently gathered at the Beijing International Tourism