Two elevator malfunctions in the same residential community in Hangzhou within four days have residents worried.The incidents have also raised concerns about people-moving equipment.
Boarding services for pets were busy before Spring Festival, when many dog owners left to travel. But some people never come back for their dogs,turning some pet shops into "dog shelters".
Dong Shunsheng, president of the Liren Education Group in Wenzhou, was detained as his firm was in debt to about 1,000 private lenders.
Tibetans reject recent acts of violence and message of division and hatred.
Many customers want McDonald's Corp to release more information on so-called "pink slime", after the company officially denied the use in its hamburger products in China.
China has seen a boom in the sale of handmade yuanxiao, traditionally eaten at Lantern Festival.
Government-backed charity groups must improve transparency or risk losing donors and public trust.
Experts are calling for stricter controls on guns in the wake of a series of shooting tragedies.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao vows to unwaveringly push forward opening-up and reform in the face of current challenges and difficulties.
The rise of Asia represents greater balance in the international power structure.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel left south China's Guangdong Province on Saturday.
China will encourage its enterprises to participate in equal competition in opening-up process.