China's standards for pesticide residue on tea products are reasonable and unlikely to change in the near future, a senior expert has said.
Police are stepping up their vigilance for people who disrupt the daily operation of hospitals because such acts violate the Security Management and Punishment Law.
Every three in 10 employees on the Chinese mainland work 10 hours or longer per workday, according to a new survey.
Shanghai has been voted as the most favorable city to work in among young migrant workers, according to a recent survey.
China launched the 12th and 13th satellites for its Beidou global navigation and positioning network.
As the three-day International Labor Day holiday begins in China, a record number of 8.2 million passengers traveled by train on Sunday.
Beijing has decided to subsidize large and medium-sized theaters, encouraging them to offer more low-price tickets to audience.
Now is the time for China and Russia to work closer together on major projects in energy,finance.
The Forbidden City is set to welcome visitors to another of its secluded zones.
The rule aims at students' full devotion to their studies, said the school in East China.
About 100 cyclists flashed through one of Beijing's embassy districts on April 22 as the Danish Embassy celebrated Earth Day.
Officials from the Ministry of Agriculture have said that China's tea products have a high safety level overall.