The war of words between mainland’s largest online shopping site and the state commercial regulator escalated today after the authority released its full report on the failure of Taobao.com to ban...
A new circuit court – the first of its kind in China – has been set up in Shenzhen as part of the country’s efforts to promote judicial independence and reduce interference by party officials.
But Pu’s lawyer argues that the commentaries fall into the domain of free speech and should not constitute crimes
The move sees promotions and new roles for the military’s next generation of leaders
Construction of the 18-metre-deep structure within historical buildings was stopped by authorities in July, but workers resumed digging soon after
Some call him a loose cannon due to his frequent slips of the tongue, but to others he is a godsend who can finally revamp Taipei.
The chopper will spare hotel guests the headache of navigating the city’s notorious traffic
- Yes: 58%
- No: 42%
Fast food chain McDonald has applied to open an outlet in the former residence of the late Taiwanese president Chiang Ching-kuo in Hangzhou, sparking debate whether Western fast-food stores should...
The military command of energy-rich Shanxi could follow the provincial government in becoming the new focus of China’s massive anti-graft campaign, according to a state-owned political magazine....
Shanghai's Population and Family Planning Commission, which oversees the city's birth control, has appealed for 'qualified young couples' to have two children.
US President Barack Obama's trip to India, in which he displayed a close personal rapport with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has highlighted New Delhi's deep mistrust towards Beijing,...
A huge military parade to be held in Beijing later this year to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the second world war will also show off the nation's growing international influence and...
Guangzhou's first duty-free store is to stop selling goods over the counter because it does not have the staff to cope with the huge numbers of shoppers it has attracted.
China’s largest online shopping platform Taobao.com has hit back at the results of a survey that accused it of selling fake and substandard goods.
While a record number of Chinese travelled overseas in 2014, spending hundreds of billions of US dollars, the country's inbound tourism suffered another year-on-year decline.
Fourteen prison officers at a jail in Heilongjiang have been punished after a prisoner was found to have carried out “romantic relationships” with a variety of local women under the guise of...
Blocking access to some mainland virtual private networks (VPNs) is China’s 'own business', the government says in first official response to questions on recent crackdown.
Hundreds of Chinese bidders flocked to Beijing in the hopes of winning bids in an auction for seized vehicles that used to belong to the central government.
Bureaucrats inflate the costs of public lighting – paid for using taxpayers’ money – while raking in big bucks from advertisements displayed on them
The head of one of the China's most prestigious universities is tipped to take over the country's top environmental job.
Residents raise the stakes for local officials by threatening to have them sacked if they failed to win approval for the stations
The official overseers of sport in China admitted on Monday that a win-at-all-costs mentality had led to corruption.
The average journey to work for Beijing commuters last year was 19.2km in Beijing - the longest in the country according to a survey by a mainland internet company.
Outspoken Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je Tuesday apologised for his slip of tongue over a remark that he would sell as scrap a precious pocket timepiece given to him as gift by British Transport Minister...
The removal of a series of pictures by street artists in a partly demolished residential compound in Shanghai has sparked a debate over whether the authorities were right to destroy the works.
The Ministry of Civil Affairs apologised yesterday after the 9.30pm live television broadcast of Sunday's draw of the winning numbers in China's Welfare Lottery was cancelled without explanation...