Three managers of a steamed bun production factory in Shanghai were officially arrested Tuesday for producing and selling shoddy products.
More than two weeks after the amended Criminal Law took effect, which stipulates that drunk driving is a criminal offense, the Chinese public and legal experts are still debating the amendments.
With the summer heat drawing near, East China's Zhejiang province is reportedly experiencing the worst power outages in seven years, which is disrupting people's lives and squeezing industrial production.
The burglary in one of the halls of the Forbidden City in Beijing on May 8 made the whole nation worried. None of the Forbidden City's precious relics should be in the hands of thieves.
After coming under criticism last week for having security too lax to prevent the theft of precious artworks, the Palace Museum found itself in the center of a controversy again over the weekend.
A man, who claimed he would kill a dog a day in protest at the activists who had stopped a truck en route to a slaughterhouse a month ago, has quit his job amid overwhelming criticism from netizens.
Questions remain over how historic site fell victim to theft, Jiang Xueqing and Zhang Yuchen report in Beijing.
Eastern China is the most vulnerable part of the country - both economically and geologically - to the threat of natural disasters, according to a new national risk map.
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A Chinese pop singer, best known for his campus ballads, faces prison after he was caught drunken driving on Monday night in Beijing, police said on Tuesday.
The capital's population rose to 19.6 million in 2010, and a huge influx of migrants contributed to the growth, the city's statistics bureau said on Thursday.
One in five female respondents have experienced sexual harassment at work and most victims choose to stay silent about their ordeals or leave their jobs, according to a recent survey.