Exchanging unwanted gifts given over the Spring Festival for more useful items can be big business for netizens who have been scouring online swap sites over the past few weeks.
"Livelihood issues", including an improved social security system and the provision of affordable housing, remain the top concerns of Chinese people.
A former leader of a prestigious Chinese university in central China's Hubei province has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for taking bribes, the Legal Daily reported Monday.
Charity in China is still receiving harsh criticism from the general public because of the slow progress being made in making it more transparent despite the fact that people's enthusiasm for philanthropy has risen ever since the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.
More than 300 teachers at public schools in a city in Central China have been missing from the classroom for the past two years but have still been claiming their government paychecks, according to an article from Xinhua News Agency.
A woman was charged 3,900 yuan by China Unicom for tweeting via her smart phone from Moscow last December, and it was called the "most expensive micro blog ever."
Residents of this city can now attend legal lectures and counseling to learn how to obtain just compensation from developers who expropriate their land and force them to move.
Seven people were found hiding in the luggage compartment of a passenger bus on the Yongjin Expressway in Jinhua city, East China’s Zhejiang province
Online articles have been suggesting collaborations between used car sellers and buyers that involve lawsuits over fake debts to circumvent the capital's license plate issuance limits.
Parents should be temporarily deprived of their custody rights if they are found renting out their children to beg on the streets, a leading activist against child begging said. Man putting brakes on trafficking of children
GUANGZHOU - Macao is following Hong Kong in reporting a shortage of, and price increases for, infant and baby milk powder, with visitors and smugglers from the mainland snapping up stocks during the Chinese new year holiday.
An online campaign to publish photos of child beggars is assisting authorities to crack down on gangs that kidnap children and to help reunite kidnapped children with their families.