A variety of educational activities were held across the country on Sunday, the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.
China's top internet watchdog has ordered online search engines to limit the number of paid-for listings and to clearly label them to avoid misleading netizens.
China's top prosecuting authority said it will build on its recent success in the fight against corruption in poverty alleviation by setting up inspection stations in rural areas.
Recently, as China’s daily temperature climbed to as much as 35 degrees in many areas, its 28 provinces began providing financial assistance, but, as Xinhua News Agency has found that, while there are detailed regulations for the subsidies, they’re not unified.
Beijing No 4 Intermediate People's Court issued a guideline on Thursday to clarify the procedures for filing an appeal, in a move to reduce misunderstandings among residents.
A kindergarten in Beijing has been sued over its synthetic running tracks, which are suspected of causing sickness among children.
A Chinese court heard an appeal from video sharing site QVOD about a hefty fine for copyright infringement on June 21.
Beijing’s Civil Affairs Bureau announced a new subsidy for social welfare residences with low-income people, on June 20, and specific amounts available for elderly citizens with a disability and for the handicapped.