A high school in Hubei province on Thursday removed a statue of a top student from its campus after critics launched a Web campaign.
Two students in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, committed suicide on Thursday after failing to complete homework assignments.
Cultural heritage experts are urging managers of historic sites to recruit more volunteers to keep watch over China's priceless relics.
Two preschoolers allegedly died from poisoning due to competition for students between two rival kindergartens in Pingshan county, Hebei province.
The health needs of victims in the area hit by a 7.0-magnitude earthquake in southwest China are being met.
The recent election of a Chinese scientist to a leading US academy after being shunned by the Chinese Academy of Sciences has sparked debate.
Passenger anger at taxi drivers bargaining over night-time fares at Beijing Capital International Airport led to the city's transport authority to issue a new regulation.
Military forces in Beijing denied online allegations that an expensive vehicle with a new military plate was driven on a highway.
The number of drunken driving cases has dropped dramatically in China since May 1, 2011, when an amended law that imposes harsher punishment on drunken drivers took effect.
Police have arrested 904 suspects over the past three months who are accused of selling 20,000 metric tons of tainted and substandard meat products.
Most primary and middle schools in the quake-stricken region of Sichuan province have resumed classes, according to the local government.
Panyu prison has been taking foreigners and more than 100 of them are inmates. Panyu Prison Newspaper was launched in response to this.