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Measures outlined to facilitate tomb sweepers from HK, Macao and Taiwan


China's exit and entry administration has ordered border inspection agencies to open all customs clearance channels to ensure smooth entry and exit of tomb sweepers from Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions as well as Taiwan.

China uncovers solid waste smuggling case


Customs officers and police in the cities of Nanning, Guangzhou and Urumqi have jointly uncovered a smuggling case involving over 1,700 tonnes of solid waste.

Online lawsuit system saves time, money for litigants


A new system that allows lawsuits to be filed online saved litigants across China from making more than 22.5 million visits to courthouses last year, according to the Supreme People’s Court.

Fugitive of 17 years faces trial in Beijing for bribery


A former accountant at a Chinese power company who fled to Southeast Asia after being accused of taking bribes more than 17 years ago stood trial in Beijing on Tuesday.

Beijing cracks down on disturbing cartoons


More than 2.1 million online animated videos and games featuring popular children's characters in sexual or violent scenarios have been deleted as part of a campaign targeting companies registered in Beijing, local authorities said on April 3.

Beijing takes fresh look at bike regulation


Beijing's top lawmaking body considered new regulations on Thursday that were designed to strengthen the management of shared bicycles.

Chinese courts see sharp rise in online shopping contract disputes


The number of contract disputes involving online shopping rose sharply between 2015 and 2017, according to a report released by China's top court on Wednesday.

Unlicensed drivers biggest traffic danger in China, study finds


Unlicensed drivers, drunken drivers and drivers using mobile phones are the three major causes of traffic accidents in China, with rural roads being the most dangerous, a report released by the top court said on March 28.