Front-line defenders in the fight against domestic violence hailed China's progress on Thursday at a roundtable discussion in Beijing, one day ahead of the 17th International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
Top legislator Zhang Dejiang called on authorities to pool their wisdom and uphold democracy in the making of the general rules of the civil code.
Chinese Ambassador to Britain Liu Xiaoming on Monday slammed two Hong Kong legislators-elect who used derogatory language against the Chinese nation while taking their oaths last month, accusing them of violating the local law.
A court in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province Tuesday sentenced Chen Tiexin, a former senior political advisor in Liaoning Province, to 13 years and nine months in prison for taking bribes.
China's Ministry of Culture (MOC) said Monday that it will punish 36 online games operators for disseminating pornography, aiding and abetting, and gambling.
Aiming to increase judicial transparency, an official of China's top court said that Chinese courts have been asked to improve the quality of data they disclose. The great achievements in judicial openness of the past three years will continue.
Cybersecurity and related issues have been hot topics among internet and judicial experts since China's first Cybersecurity Law was adopted earlier this month.
President Xi Jinping, who addressed a meeting of global internet experts on Wednesday, called for all countries to have independence in managing their own internet industry and equality among nations in participating in global information industry governance.