China should speed up domestic legislation related to its increasing Antarctic activities, a senior Chinese official said Tuesday.
The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has released a trial regulation on CPC working organs, calling for stricter discipline and improvements to their work.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has vowed more efforts in promoting clean governance, stressing reinforced supervision over the use of state assets and harsh crackdown on financial corruption.
A senior official of the Supreme People's Court underscored the importance of judicial fairness on Wednesday and called on all courts to improve their performance in criminal trials.
China’s top court said on Friday that all lower courts nationwide must make detailed plans before the end of June to establish an information platform that will handle cases related to prisoners being released on parole or having their sentences commuted.
A Beijing resident who was hospitalized for almost two years and sustained life-changing injuries following a crush on the subway has been awarded more than 260,000 yuan ($37,700) in compensation.
A hospital in Henan province where a patient killed three people with a chopstick has been closed to allow for an investigation into its standards.
General Provisions of the Civil Law, the opening chapter of a unified civil code, has attracted lots of attention since it was adopted by the National People's Congress on March 15. Here is how legal experts think it may influence people's life in the country.