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Guangdong police detain 62 economic fugitives in first seven months of year

2018-08-03

Police in Guangdong province detained 62 economic fugitives in the first seven months of the year, recovering assets valued at more than 60 million yuan ($9.23 million), a senior police officer said on Friday.

Abbot accused of sexual harassment

2018-08-03

China's top religious affairs regulator said on Thursday that Master Xuecheng, abbot of the Beijing-based Longquan Temple and head of the Buddhist Association of China, is under investigation after being accused in a 95-page report of various violations, including sexual harassment of several nuns.

Anti-counterfeiting alliance grows to 105 members

2018-08-03

Several international brands, including Adidas and Microsoft, have joined a team combating the online sale of counterfeit products that was formed by e-commerce giant Alibaba Group last year, Alibaba said on Friday.

Rules proposed for hutong tourism

2018-08-02

Companies that conduct tours of Beijing's classic alleys, or hutong, should only be allowed to take groups to lanes that display traditional culture or contain historical sites, according to a draft guideline from the city government.

Major websites targeted for vulgar content

2018-08-03

To better regulate the internet and online operators, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism has begun monitoring more closely the activities of online animation and music streaming providers.

Prosecutors: Nurses beat mentally ill patient

2018-08-03

Five nurses from a private hospital in Kunming, Yunnan province, who allegedly assaulted a mentally ill patient in January, were accused of intentional injury on Wednesday by local prosecutors.

21 arrested over online fund-raising fraud

2018-08-01

A group of 21 suspects have been arrested for allegedly cheating over 20,000 people of more than 900 million yuan ($132 million), police in Guangzhou, capital of South China's Guangdong province, said Tuesday.

Shanghai court dishes out record fine for copyright infringement

2018-07-31

The Shanghai Intellectual Property Court has ordered a Shanghai-based Chinese company to pay a record high compensation of 15.05 million yuan ($2.2 million) to a European software company for infringement of copyright.