An online patient registration service in Shanxi province has covered 31 major hospitals and nine county-level ones in the area, according to Shanxi Daily.
North China's coal-rich Shanxi province will continue to halt mining rights approvals and transfers in 2017 as it seeks to reduce overcapacity in the struggling industry, a local official said Thursday.
Shanxi's foreign trade in January hit 9.71 billion yuan ($1.41 billion), an increase of 22.8 percent year-on-year, according to the latest figures released by Taiyuan customs on Feb 20.
Shanxi's first Sino-Europe train, loaded with two self-developed large mining excavators, departed for Russia on Feb 15.
Taiyuan is set to upgrade the heating facilities in 109 of its villages in the next two years, replacing outdated coal burners with cleaner and more efficient electric heating.
Yanmenguan scenic area is set to become Shanxi's seventh national 5A-level tourist attraction, according to a list released by China National Tourism Administration on Feb 16.
Shanxi is to improve and expand its network of airports in 2017, in accordance with the national China Civil Aviation Development Plan for the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020).
Shanxi has released a series of creative cultural products on Sunday. Money boxes based on the Xiao You, an ancient bronze wine vessel from Shang Dynasty (1600-1046 BC), in the shape of "angry birds" characters, blue and white porcelain plate paintings of four ancient literary figures were unveiled at the Taiyuan Art Museum in Shanxi.
Shanxi will begin applying internet technology to the management and operation of grain depots in 2017 to update its grain storage and circulation systems.
Shanxi issued government bonds worth 24.43 billion yuan ($3.56 billion) in 2016 to support its development and improve people's lives.