Keeko, a 60-centimetre tall robot is being used to teach students problem-solving skills.
How young Hongkongers feel about compulsory military training for Hong Kong and Macau students at Tsinghua University
Hong Kong students worry about having to take part in mandatory military training at a mainland university.
The mini fridge-sized 'little yellow horse' is taking care of Beijing's snacking needs.
The 64-year-old, first jailed between 1981 and 1989, has already spent a total of 22 years behind bars.
The 57-year-old poet and artist is on her way to Berlin, thanks in part to the efforts of German diplomats
Sports teacher in southeastern city of Suzhou suspended pending investigation, but denies deliberately hurting youngsters.
Almost 90,000 were killed and hundreds of thousands injured in a natural disaster whose effects are still being felt
It's been a decade since the terrifying natural disaster, but we should never forget these figures.
A Chinese woman developed blood clots on her brain after spending 20 straight hours looking at her phone screen during a train trip, according to local media reports.
What HK students think about changes to Chinese constitution that will allow Xi Jinping to remain as President indefinitely
The current maximum is two consecutive terms, but this rule change may mean Xi remains in power beyond 2023.