European Union lawmakers have criticized Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg after the tech guru appeared before them to apologize for the company's role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the proliferation of fake news, and to explain how he will comply with new EU privacy laws.
The European Union should have unlimited tariff exemptions in steel and aluminum products from the U.S. government, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday when meeting the media with Premier Li Keqiang.
China is working to revise the negative lists for foreign investment as the country fulfills its promise to open wider.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Wednesday met with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the State Department, with both sides highlighting their commitments to promoting bilateral ties.
Foxconn Industrial Internet, a subsidiary of the world's largest contract manufacturer Foxconn, has enabled most of its production lines and factories to be fully automated by using industrial Internet solutions, said its vice president Vincent Chen.
A policeman has gained wide attention on social media after a picture showed him squatting on a street corner eating a bowl of instant noodles, just like an exhausted migrant worker, while on duty chasing a suspect.
China is willing to work with Germany on sending out "positive signals for championing free trade" and pushing forward the steady growth of the world economy, a Ministry of Commerce spokesman said Thursday.
A bank manager has thrown cold water on cash-folded bouquets used by a man to celebrate the birthday of his girlfriend in Southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality.
A system set up by the Ministry of Public Security has helped find 2,980 missing children since its launch in May 2016, the ministry said on Thursday.
A leading child psychiatrist has urged schools to pay attention to the psychological effects on children of installing intelligent, video-based education systems.