The mayor of Shanghai, Han Zheng, said on Sunday that the city aims to become a leader in China's food safety.
The death toll in a coal mine gas explosion in central China's Hunan province has risen to 29 as the last trapped worker was found dead Sunday morning.
China will make proper fine tuning on its macro policy, keeping it "more targeted, flexible and forward-looking".
China is willing to help boost global economic recovery after European leaders sealed a deal.
Starting from the fall semester 2011, China will fund tuition for college students who suspend their studies to serve compulsory military service, in a bid to encourage them to serve in the army.
China has pledged to make all its underground drinking water safe and to significantly improve the overall quality of groundwater by 2020.
A gas explosion has left two workers dead and 28 others trapped in a coal mine in central China's Hunan Province Saturday evening.
China's top legislature is removing and modifying "a great number of" administrative and local regulations that run contradictory to the Constitution and national laws.
When long-awaited housing price cuts finally came to the Chinese market, the immediate response was not a warm welcome.
The Information Office of the State Council on Thursday published a white paper on the Socialist System of Laws with Chinese Characteristics.
Online marriage game may be more than harmless romantic fantasy, Zhang Yuchen reports from Beijing.
South Korea called on Wednesday on China to play a key role on issues related to the Peninsula amid a flurry of diplomacy to revive long-stalled Six-Party Talks.