The operator says the EPR reactor at Taishan in China is “under control” despite fuel rod concerns.
Sun Dawu has in the past been vocal in criticising authorities and has spoken out about human rights.
It is building a site that will have extra capacity to store and launch missiles, scientists say.
A growing rape allegation controversy centering on Kris Wu has renewed discussion on sexual consent.
Dust clouds towered at least 100 metres (330ft) over Dunhuang.
Senior Washington and Beijing officials clash on issues including sanctions, tariffs and human rights.
Typhoon In-Fa is expected to make landfall on Sunday, days after floods devastated central areas.
The sanctions are in response to recent US sanctions on Chinese officials in Hong Kong.
What’s the row about virus research in China between a prominent Republican and Dr Anthony Fauci?
As aerial pictures show the extent of destruction, our correspondent reports on the situation on the ground.
Passengers tell of their fear after a busy subway carriage was flooded in central Henan province.
Many people have been saved from the the waist-high waters across Henan province.
Record rainfall has left more than 12 dead and flooded stations and roads in Zhengzhou city.
US climate envoy John Kerry says help from China is needed to avoid a dangerous rise in heat.
The UK, US and EU have accused China of carrying out an attack on Microsoft Exchange email servers.
The head of the WHO called for more transparency in the investigation into the origins of Covid.
Hundreds of rescuers are trying to save 14 workers beneath a tunnel that collapsed after a flash flood.
Guo Gangtang’s son was taken aged two by child traffickers from outside their home and sold.
Young people are using social media apps to plan cosmetic procedures which don’t always meet expectations.
Foreigners are increasingly appearing on YouTube promoting China’s narrative on issues like Xinjiang.
Their classification was downgraded as the number in the wild has reached 1,800, officials said.
Chinese gaming giant Tencent will scan gamers’ faces to prevent children playing at night.
The ride-hailing app is facing regulatory problems at home, days after its New York share launch.
The Chinese leader was speaking at an event marking the centenary of the ruling Communist Party.
There is much debate about how to deal with the country’s authoritarian politics, reports the BBC’s John Sudworth.
Seven city residents tell the BBC how the national security law fundamentally changed their lives.
Human Rights Watch says China pressure is undermining academic freedom at Australian universities.
A journalist’s arrest and changes at a pro-democracy website show ‘chilling’ impact on media freedom.
Yan Zhigang has spent four decades photographing the streets, and the people, of China.
China made a public pledge to help find Kalbinur Tursan’s children but she may never see them again.