China will punish the production and sale of unsafe food products more harshly to combat increasingly severe food scandals.
More than 21,000 hectares of Beijing’s outskirts had been covered by greenery as of May 2, according to the city authorities.
China is working to unify different sets of bottled water quality standards, said a major food safety agency on Friday, in the wake of a public outcry for supervision of the industry.
A building collapsed in Central China's Henan province on Friday morning, leaving at least seven workers dead.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences on Friday said it welcomed public supervision over its election of members, after queries were raised recently about the organization's non-selection of a high-profile scientist.
The 45001 China fishery administration ship, from the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, returned to Beihai port on Sunday.
Huang Sheng, a former deputy governor of East China's Shandong province, was sentenced to life in prison on Friday for taking bribes.
Chinese carmaker BYD on Wednesday announced plans to open the first manufacturing plant in the US city of Lancaster, southern California.
Two preschoolers allegedly died from poisoning due to competition for students between two rival kindergartens in Pingshan county, Hebei province.
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.