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Top legislator calls for civil code with Chinese characteristics


China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang on Oct 10 called for a civil code that is scientific and embodies Chinese characteristics.

Seniors' rights protected by law


The 9th day of the 9th lunar month is the traditional Chongyang Festival, or Double Ninth Festival, which falls on Oct 9 this year.

China pledges to streamline administrative approval, ease rules for foreign investors


The Chinese government on Saturday decided to streamline administrative approval, delegate more power to lower government levels and loosen rules on foreign investment in an attempt to revive the economy.

Hobbies help cure addiction to the internet


While some parents have expressed concerns about the amount of time their children spent surfing the internet during the summer break from school, it wasn't a problem for Yin Qiming.

Parents push to curb children's growing online obsession


Ji Keyan loves surfing the internet, even though the amount of time he spends online sparks frequent arguments with his mother.

Telecom scammers will face harsher punitive measures


China's top court on Friday asked all judges to severely punish those perpetrating fraud through use of telecom or network technology, following the deaths of two students who were swindled in August.

China publishes new action plan on human rights


The Chinese government on Thursday published its third national action plan on human rights protection, addressing challenges and promising to improve people's standard of living and quality of life.

China to step up efforts to protect rights of special groups


China pledged more efforts to prioritize the development of ethnic-minority areas and protect lawful rights and interests of ethnic minorities, according to an action plan released Thursday.