A woman in Hong Kong announced on Facebook that she gives money to poor people. She claims to have given out some HK$2,000 ($260) to 10 unemployed residents in April.
Health authorities on Tuesday ruled out a superbug outbreak at one of the city's top hospitals, following a micro blog posting on Monday that claimed it hid about 10 deaths caused by the superbug.
The South University of Science and Technology of China has received local government approval for its own regulation of university management, which is considered the first "basic law" for a Chinese university.
A bribery scandal involving over a hundred doctors in Wenzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, has been urged for investigation, news agency chinanews.com reported on Friday.
Foreigners accuse a retail store of Tongrentang Co., Ltd., the largest producer of traditional Chinese medicine in China, of tricking them into buying unnecessary medicine from suspicious sources.
More than 120 officials from Hannan district in Wuhan, Hubei province, visited a prison as part of a campaign to prevent corruption, the local Changjiang Daily reported Thursday.
Steve Jobs, the American IT icon who founded Apple Inc and gave the world its iPods and iPhones, probably never imagined that a young man in China would sell one of his own kidneys in order to buy an iPad 2.
A water-buying panic triggered by a chemical spill into a river in East China's Zhejiang province continued Tuesday despite assurances from local authorities that drinking water sources were safe.
The fast and the furious provide a quick route through congested cities.
Yao Jiaxin, a university student who stabbed a young mother to death to cover up a hit-and-run accident, was executed on Tuesday in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
The People's Bank of China, the country's central bank, said on Friday that it would sell one-year bills totaling 2 billion yuan (about $308 million) starting June 7.
China's sales of land for residential development fell by 14 percent year on year during the first five months of this year, due to the country's efforts to cool its sizzling property market.