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Producers aim to change negative perceptions


The Impressive Scenery of Shanxi has made headlines because of the participation of government officials. It has been dubbed "reality TV for officials", but the show's producers say the description is misleading.

Huawei proves Samsung is infringing its patents


Chinese electronic giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd has collected substantial evidence to prove Samsung Electronics Co has infringed its patents, according to an industry media report on July 6.

Courts fight floods, provide relief


Torrential rain since late June in parts of China’s central and eastern regions has caused severe flooding in some areas. Under the guidance of local flood control and drought relief headquarters, courts at various levels are taking an active part in the disaster relief efforts.

Court upholds original decision over injunction


The Beijing Intellectual Property Court upheld its injunction on July 4 to stop Global Star China Media, the previous Chinese partner of the original series creator and rights owner of The Voice, Talpa Global, from using the Chinese name of the popular TV talent show The Voice of China.

Ex-fugitive pleads guilty to graft


A suspect on China's list of the 100 most-wanted economic fugitives pleaded guilty in a Beijing court on Tuesday to embezzlement and corruption.

Former senior official Ling given life in prison for bribery


Ling Jihua, a former State-level official, was sentenced to life in prison for taking bribes totaling 77.08 million yuan ($11.6 million), illegally obtaining State secrets and abusing power, a court ruling said on July 4.

Greater openness boosts the CCDI's work


Transparency and practicality have been highlighted as the new working style for the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, China's top disciplinary body. Before the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in 2012, the public knew little about the CCDI or its work, said Xia Jinwen, Party secretary of Zhenjiang, a city in the eastern province of Jiangsu.

The system is more humane than it used to be


The work of the disciplinary inspection authorities always leaves a deep impression on people, and I think that contributes to our officers' careful and responsible attitude when handling cases. The expression "have a cup of tea" is code for being questioned about disciplinary problems.