The policy chief of Japan's ruling party vowed on Sunday to keep paying homage at a controversial war shrine despite anger and diplomatic protests by China and South Korea.
A set of measures will be further strengthened to better manage foreign experts in China, according to the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs.
Official delays in releasing information on issues people find important is one of the main reasons rumors spread on the Internet, an expert said.
Taiwan authorities decided on Sunday to dispatch a fleet to conduct regular patrol in waters following the shooting-death of a fisherman by the Philippine side.
Liu Tienan, an official at China's top economic planner, is under investigation for suspected "grave discipline violations", as new leaders vow to tackle corruption.
China and ASEAN countries signed seven mining cooperation agreements valued at about 16.3 billion yuan during the China-ASEAN Mining Cooperation Forum and Exhibition.
Taipei said on Sunday it is beefing up patrols in waters near the Philippines amid widespread public outrage over the fatal shooting of a fisherman.
In some big departments with about 100 nurses, about 10 quit each year because the job is so physically and mentally demanding.
The number of people killed in a coal mine accident in China's Sichuan province on Saturday has climbed to 28 after a severely injured miner died.
A warmer Arctic, where melting sea ice clears sea routes, allowing more traffic and construction for better infrastructure, is certainly more inviting.
While the low-budget comedy Lost in Thailand has created a record in ticket sales among China's home-made film productions, it might produce another record, but in a negative way, especially for its producer - Beijing Enlight Media Co.
Beijing police disclosed more details about the controversial death of a female migrant worker that triggered a protest and online controversy last week.