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"Red notice" graft fugitive returns to China


A fugitive wanted for graft under an Interpol "red notice" returned from Canada to China and turned himself in on Monday, according to the Communist Party of China Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.

Beijing court speeds up handling of simple disputes


A Beijing court has streamlined the process for hearing simple disputes, to improve legal efficiency and ensure justice is served in a timely manner.

Survey identifies bullying trends at Beijing schools


Younger students experience school bullying more frequently than older children, and boys are affected by the problem more than girls, a new survey has found.

Beijing crackdown on polluters yields 34 m yuan in fines


Beijing has strengthened environmental inspections and levied fines of over 34 million yuan on companies that pollute, an increase of 160 percent year-on-year, the municipal environment authority said on Monday.

Officials pay for failing to stop pollution


More than 3,100 government officials have been held to account for the poor implementation of pollution control measures, a problem uncovered in all seven provincial regions included in the latest round of environmental inspections by the central authorities.

Senior legislator calls for "quality first" in manufacturing


Senior legislator Shen Yueyue has called on Chinese manufacturers to greatly improve product quality, to ensure quality-driven development.

Chinese professor given life sentence for drug production


An associate chemistry professor was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for manufacturing narcotics and selling them abroad.

Chinese official urges legislation on Antarctic activities


China should speed up domestic legislation related to its increasing Antarctic activities, a senior Chinese official said Tuesday.