Shenzhen authorities have seized more than 600 smuggled iPhone 6’s within three days after the phones officially hit the shelves in neighbouring Hong Kong.
A worsening outbreak of dengue fever in Guangdong, with 6,089 cases reported – or 10 times higher than same time last year, has claimed lives of two elderly patients in Guangzhou.
An illicit surrogacy trade is burgeoning in the Chinese capital Beijing, where would-be parents can pay surrogate mothers as much as 1 million yuan (HK$1.26 million) to carry their child, an...
A gang of six people have been arrested in Meizhou, Guangdong province, for illegally carbonating draft beer with industrial carbon dioxide, the Guangzhou Daily reported.
Newly appointed Shanxi party chief Wang Rulin went on his first inspection trip to the coal-rich province, pledging to promote cadres who are “respected for their integrity”.
A noodle shop owner was detained after he was discovered to have been adding parts of a poppy plant – from which opium is made – to food so that customers would keep coming back.
An outspoken ethnic Uygur economics professor has been sentenced to life in prison on charges that he sought to split China.
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A US supplier said on Monday it is laying off most of the workforce of a Chinese subsidiary accused of selling expired meat to McDonald’s, KFC and other major restaurant chains.
President Xi Jinping will promote two People's Liberation Army generals closely associated with him in a move to deepen the anti-corruption drive and speed up reform in the world's largest...
China's carbon emissions have soared to eclipse those of the United States and European Union combined, according to a study released on Sunday.
President Xi Jinping told the military's top brass yesterday that the People's Liberation Army had to develop "new types" of military commands.
Food-scandal-hit Shanghai Husi, a subsidiary of United States food supplier OSI Group, says it will lay off 226 staff and 114 contractors, but a few workers will stay on at factory to help inquiry...
Poor roads, water and electricity supplies and medical services are just some of the factors holding back the country's vast rural areas, Premier Li Keqiang said.
Chinese students are increasingly choosing to return home after studying overseas, with some graduates saying better job prospects are driving their decision.
Engineers are developing a new generation of robotic mining equipment to cut the cost of extracting coal and to make more seams of the fuel economically viable.
At least two people were killed and many more injured in a series of explosions in China’s restive western region of Xinjiang on Sunday, state media reported.
Several bird markets in Tianjin were found to have sold migratory birds captured illegally, and on a daily basis hundreds of thousands of them, some endangered, are sold to restaurants, China...
Mustard oil poured into a suspect’s nose and use of electric shock were some of the gruesome details revealed in a lawsuit filed on behalf of a man who died after being tortured for “refusing to...
The president of a mainland private vocational university has been criticised by the PLA for riding in a limousine like a top official while inspecting army cadets.
A major highway that opened in Henan province in April has caved in 14 times, causing a headache for drivers who have been warned to be on the alert for sudden collapses.
An anti-corruption expert at China’s top school for party cadres has called for corrupt officials to be prevented from “escaping justice” by killing themselves.
Authorities in the southern province of Guangdong have pledged to improve efforts to control dengue fever, with around 5,000 cases reported so far this year.
A 22-year-old Tibetan man has burned to death in China’s Gansu province in what appears to be the first self-immolation in more than five months.
Tropical storm Fung-Wong pounded Taiwan with torrential rain and gales, claiming one life and forcing the cancellation of dozens of flights and ferry services.
The lack of extradition treaties and law enforcement agreements with foreign countries are the major challenges mainland detectives face as the hunt for corruption suspects abroad gatheres pace,...
President Xi Jinping said 'democracy is not a decoration' as he delivered a speech to the government's political advisers.
A senior official in Henan has been placed under investigation, the Communist Party's anti-corruption agency announced. Qin Yuhai, 61, was being investigated for "serious violations of party...