China Daily

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With a circulation of 900,000 copies(600,000 distributed overseas), China Daily covers domestic and world news through nine print editions and digital media worldwide.

Founded on June 1, 1981, China Daily newspaper attracts high-end readers from diversified fields, including diplomats, representatives of international organizations and transnational corporations, international media reporters and editors, as well as foreign tourists.

China Daily also publishes in Hong Kong , the United States, Canada, European countries, Asia, ASEAN countries, Africa, and Latin America, These editions are distributed to local governments, embassies and consulates, think tanks, universities, financial institutions, transnational corporations, international organizations, hotels and high-income readers.

21st Century English Education Media, launched in 1993, is aimed at primary school, middle school and university students. It has developed into an all-platforms education institution and is now China’s leading brand for English education.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Chinese Immigration to U.S. Still Rising

Kelly Chung Dawson
China Daily
The number of foreign-born Chinese Americans in the US doubled between 2000 and 2010, according to a UN report, and experts attribute the increase in large part to China’s growing middle class. 

Model Gives Glimpse of Old Beijing

Jin Haixing
China Daily
A model on a sand table, made 64 years ago, replicating the city's landscape in 1949, will provide a bird's eye view after it is fully restored later in September. The model, in the Beijing Urban Construction Archives Museum,...

Shaolin Temple Denies Abbot Sex Scandal

China Daily
The Henan Shaolin Temple denies Spanish newspaper allegations that abbot Shi Yongxin has a mistress in college in Beijing, a son in Germany and an overseas bank account.

Don’t Let Cyber Security Overshadow Key China-U.S. Dialogue

Yang Qingchuan
China Daily
To complete the unprecedented task of forging new-type relationship between the world’s largest developing nation and&...

Park Ready to Charm China

Cheng Guangjin
China Daily
Preparations started months ago for Republic of Korea President, Park Geun-hye's visit, which will take her to the ancient city of Xi'an in Shaanxi province after her summit with President Xi Jinping in Beijing. She is also set to make a...

The 'Long March' to Tinseltown

Liu Wei
China Daily
After working with Hollywood companies at a basic level for many years, it is only a matter of time before Chinese capital takes a share in the major six Hollywood studios. The next Kung Fu Panda will be the brainchild of both american and Chinese...

Tainted Rice Scandal Hits Guangzhou Eateries

Zheng Caixiong
China Daily
The Guangzhou Food and Drug Administration launced an inspection campaign in recent weeks and found the cadmium content of six batches of rice and another two batches of rice noodles exceeded national standards.  

Li Na On Time Cover, Makes Influential 100 List

China Daily
Chinese tennis player Li Na, the first Asian woman to win a Grand Slam title, was named on Thursday among Time magazine’s most influential people in the world, along with N.B.A. player LeBron James and Italian soccer star mario Malotelli.

Xi Calls to Solve “Sensitive Issues” in China-Japan Ties

Zhang Yunbi
China Daily
Top leader Xi Jinping met with Japanese envoy Natsuo Yamaguchi, the highest-level contact between the two countries since tensions over the Diaoyu Islands spiked in September.

PM 2.5 Kills Thousands, Researchers Say

Wu Wencong
China Daily
An estimated 8,572 premature deaths occurred in four major Chinese cities this year due to high levels of pollution.

State to Tighten Oversight of International NGOs

He Dan
China Daily
By amending existing law, China will set clear rules for international NGOs to register on the mainland and will strengthen supervision of their activities. Li Liguo, minister of civil affairs, made the announcement at a news conference inBeijing on...

Marco Polo Skeptic Has Her Say

Andrew Moody
China Daily
Frances Wood, head of the Chinese collection at the British Library, seems almost too unassuming to have exposed a celebrated figure in Chinese history as a possible fake. She remains best known, however, for her book, Did Marco Polo Go to China?,...

Measures to Manage Online Programs

Sun Li
China Daily
The country's broadcasting and Internet watchdogs will step up their management of online programs, including website-produced shows and micro films, to ensure healthy development of the Web environment.

China to Include Fingerprints in ID

China Daily
China will require its citizens to register their fingerprints when applying for ID cards from January 2013 in a bid to curb counterfeit ID cards and ensure faster identification, according to the Ministry of Public Security.

New Standards for Chinese Paper Cups

Zheng Xin
China Daily
Most paper cups available on the Chinese market would not meet the new national standard, which comes into effect on June 1, according to industry insiders. The country's first regulation on disposable cups will focus on raw materials,...