The municipal government of Beijing will keep cutting emissions in the second half of 2015 to meet the pollution reduction target this year, Beijing environmental protection bureau announced on Sunday.
Foreign-owned companies in Beijing's Chaoyang district are benefiting from the convenience of an online self-service application system that helps administrative examination and approval.
We are confident that we can pave a new, healthier and greener path for our city's and region's development; and we are committed to hosting a clean and sustainable 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games —— Wang Anshun
Starting today, all indoor public places and many outdoor public places in Beijing are required to be 100-percent smoke-free.
The Ditan Temple Culture fair is a highlight of the Berlin Asia-Pacific Weeks held in Berlin.
Int’l Soft China 2015, the highest-level software expo in China, opened in Beijing on May 27.
The Beijing government announced on April 30 that it is getting tough with fraudulent fundraising mainly in the investment business over the next four months.
The city of Beijing recently announced a new list of 392 legal actions that 'chengguan'or urban patrol officers can apply, mainly in 12 areas.
Beijing is following the State Council's call for the rapid improvement of places for public entrepreneurship.
With only seven weeks until Beijing's toughened legislation on smoking takes effect, about 85 percent of people in the city had still not heard about the new regulation, according to a survey done by Beijing lawyer Liu Ning.
Beijing's top legislature appointed a special group focused on the elderly on Thursday, in an effort to ensure a regulation targeting at home-based nursing can be implemented.
Couples in Beijing can now register online for the birth certificate for their first child, Fang Laiying, the director of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning, said in a conference in Beijing April 8.
Beijing plans to attract more nongovernment funds to fuel the rapid expansion of the subway network, the company responsible for providing finance and planning new projects has revealed.
Beijing will ban gasoline-powered vehicles that fail to meet emission standards starting Jan 1, 2016.
Beijing will ban gasoline-powered vehicles that fail to meet the National Emission Standard II from the road starting January 1 of next year to cut pollution.