China launched a new guiding principle on the prevention of bullying and violence among primary and middle school students on Nov 11.
More than 40 million yuan ($5.87 million) worth of fraud cases involving over 1,900 victims have been dealt with by the capital's courts over the past three years, it was revealed on Friday.
Chinese courts sentenced two senior officials for corruption on Friday. One received the death penalty for murder and the other got a death sentence with a two-year reprieve for accepting 141 million yuan ($20.7 million) in bribes.
To promote the healthy growth of online live streaming, China’s cyberspace administration has released new regulations for live streaming services management to come into effect Dec 1.
A website run by cybersecurity company Qihoo 360 that helps fraud victims is expanding its reach after a positive response from police and the public, the team behind the site has said.
The top legislature on Monday adopted a film industry law, promising harsh punishment for firms that fabricate box office earnings, data or information.
As Double 11, the annual online shopping festival approaches, local industry and commerce administrations remind consumers to safeguard their rights and interests.
Parents and academic administrators are taking a wait-and-see attitude regarding new rules that bar elite private schools from profiting from tuition paid for Chinese children in grades one to nine.