China has been walking the talk of high-standard opening-up, with concrete moves that will allow economies worldwide to benefit.
Economic Watch: More options, less impulse: China's annual e-commerce carnival reveals fresh spending trends
Adding long-desired products into the online shopping cart weeks in advance, staying up for the best price, and waiting for the arrival of the newly purchased, this pattern has frequently reoccurred for many Chinese consumers from late October to mid-November, the annual Chinese e-commerce festival "Double 11."
The Chinese economy maintained its recovery momentum in October with major economic indicators showing fresh signs of stabilization, data from the NBS showed Tuesday.more
China's tax refunds, as well as tax and fee cuts and deferrals, topped 3.7 trillion yuan (about 525.8 billion U.S. dollars) this year as of Nov. 10, as the country continued efforts to ease enterprises' burden, official data showed Wednesday.more
Against the roar of the throttle, 26-year-old Zhao Mian fires up his red Kawasaki motorcycle and heads toward a hill in Taiyuan, the capital of north China's Shanxi Province.
Shredded pork with garlic sauce and sliced pork with preserved vegetables are the classics of Chinese cuisine and rather difficult to cook.