Most victims choose to stay silent or leave their jobs instead of reporting them or taking legal action.
China may cut its investment in railway infrastructure this year by more than 200 billion yuan.
China will allocate 18 billion yuan ($2.7 billion) from 2011 to 2015 to deepen the navigation channel on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River, according to local authorities.
Hours after the royal wedding, tailoring stores on taobao.com, China's largest online shopping bazaar, were already offering replicas of her wedding dress.
53 officials have been punished for several recent scandals involving the sale of melamine-tainted milk.
Many drunk drivers have been charged with dangerous driving and will soon face criminal punishment under China's newly amended Road Traffic Safety Law.
China's indoor smoking ban at public venues, which took effect on Sunday, seems to have failed to ignite action against cigarettes.
More than 200 people were sickened on Monday by food poisoning in a restaurant in north China's Shanxi province.
Ten people have been confirmed dead and 35 injured in a hotel fire in Northeast China's Jilin province early Sunday morning.
While most people are celebrating the Labor Day holiday, spare a thought for those who still have to work.
The current drop in vegetable prices that is causing so much hardship to farmers in China is due to the lack of an information, experts said.
China's newly revised Criminal Law has a shorter list of crimes that can be punished by death - 55 now instead of the previous 68.