Communist Party headquarters in Beijing has assigned five cadres to Shanxi to fill the vacancies in its top leadership after an extensive anti-graft campaign swept across the resource-rich...
Apple’s hot-selling iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have finally received their long-awaited approval to be sold on the mainland and will be available from October 17, the company announced on Tuesday.
Former president Jiang Zemin made a rare public appearance as retired top Communist Party leaders joined President Xi Jinping and other current dignitaries at a concert that marked the 65th...
Photos taken by China’s most advanced civilian observation satellite can identify a white line on a road from its 600,000 -metre high orbit , say mainland space authorities.
The first high-speed railway in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region will open in mid-October and cut journeys to nearby provinces from 12 hours to about eight hours, Xinhua reported.
President Xi Jinping and state leaders attended a high-profile ceremony today at Tiananmen Square in Beijing to mark the country’s first Martyrs’ Day in an apparent attempt to promote patriotism...
New provincial collective bargaining rules passed last week in Guangdong have drawn fire from both unionists and industrialists in Hong Kong.
- Yes: 79%
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The Guangzhou government is soliciting public feedback on a draft anti-corruption regulation that would ban so-called “naked officials” – whose families have resettled overseas – from key...
The mainland’s armed police force is ready to help if Hong Kong police cannot control protesters, according to a signed commentary in the Global Times.
Beijing has launched a massive operation involving more than a million people to beef up security for the week-long national holiday beginning on Wednesday, according to media reports.
Chinese state media went after Occupy Central with both barrels after a night of chaos that saw police in riot gear fire tear gas at pro-democracy protesters.
The sale of hairy crabs, one of the most popular Mid-Autumn Festival gifts, has fallen under the government’s anti-corruption clampdown.
A businessman detained for his links to disgraced army general Xu Caihou has been sued by his former employees. Former workers of an Inner Mongolia coal mine have launched legal action against...
Foreign Minister Wang Yi repeated an assertion that no one should distort history and that "aggression should not be denied" in an apparent reference to Japan in a speech on Saturday.
Geologists have finished mapping active faults in 50 provincial capitals and major cities to help designate no-building zones to reduce the loss of life and property if major earthquakes strike...
At least 27 villagers in Shantou, Guangdong were detained by police on Saturday for allegedly inciting a two-day protest over the sale of their land and corruption.
A private mainland company plans to offer near-space tourism for ordinary people in a high altitude balloon, according to a Beijing newspaper.
President Xi Jinping has reiterated the close relationship between the party's survival and upholding Mao Zedong thought, according to newly released documents collected since the party's 18th...
Two Taiwanese accomplices of an alleged Hong Kong smuggling mastermind face decades in US prisons after being caught trying to export high-grade military technology to mainland China.
A US-based cryonics company that stores people's bodies at ultra-low temperatures in the hope that one day technology will be able to bring them back to life says it has attracted customers from...
Britain's Blenheim Palace is set to be "harmonised" further on China's National Day with the opening of an exhibition of politically charged works by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei.
China's top legal supervisory body will launch a six-month campaign targeting suspects of corruption who have fled overseas, Xinhua reported.
Zhang Xinxin, 28, used to be the envy of his peers. As a software developer for network equipment giant Cisco Systems in Shanghai, he enjoyed the high salary and status that came with working for...
President Xi Jinping yesterday revived the idea of Taiwan and the mainland uniting under the formula of "one country, two systems".
A state newspaper has sought to downplay the significance of a claim by the head of a leading research organisation that "class struggle" would always be a feature of Chinese society.
A senior internet regulator has been dismissed and expelled from the Communist Party for corruption, the party's anti-graft watchdog announced on its website.
China has vowed to hand out the “harshest penalties” to food safety violators and to further reform the food and drug safety administration, the official Xinhua news agency said on Saturday.