China's top court has told every court nationwide to strictly exclude evidence collected illegally, in an effort to reduce wrongful convictions and protect human rights.
China's e-commerce giant Alibaba says more than 200,000 online sellers were almost wrongly punished for fake complaints.
China's top court and the national judge association strongly called the public to further protect judges' safety and uphold judicial credibility on Saturday, after a grassroots judge was injured by a defaulter.
A plan for the reform of Chinese permanent resident permits was passed at a Chinese central government’s conference on Feb 6.
China is considering revisions to the 1984 Maritime Traffic Safety Law to prioritize searches for survivors over searches for property.
Problems have arisen in the online food-ordering industry in China, including issues related to restaurants operating without licenses, false advertising, and problems with food safety.
Thousands of forced terracotta warriors were on exhibition in Taihu county, East China's Anhui province, without the consent or authorization of officials overseeing the real ones.