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Mandy Zuo joined the Post in 2010 and reports on China. She has covered a wide range of subjects including policy, rural issues, culture and society. She worked in Beijing before relocating to Shanghai in 2014.
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The post, including recordings and text messages, alleges that a female student was assaulted in academic’s car, while three companies say he has resigned as director.
He Yuhong’s ex-boyfriend has been detained and a court granted a restraining order against him after she went public with claims he abused her, but she is one of very few women who take action.
It announced it would no longer transfer ashes to urns unless they were bought from the funeral home, but municipal authorities stepped in.
After leaving the army in 1995 Wu Ruihua tried to get a job with his local government but was repeatedly rejected.
Senior managers detained as authorities investigate cause of blast that also left a dozen workers injured at plant in eastern province of Zhejiang
A photo circulating on social media shows village practitioners at a seminar on the herbal preparation, but organiser says it hasn’t been sold or advertised.
Yangtze blueprint to integrate Shanghai and the three neighbouring provinces of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui, but little word on how it will be achieved.
Leaked documents suggest that Gao had signed a one-sided contract that absolved the programme makers of all liability.
Police in Chongqing investigate allegations that He’s partner beat her up during their year-long relationship.
Television report shows how drivers are willing to pay more than US$20,000 for a sham marriage with someone who has a valid registration.
After teaching environmentally friendly techniques to dozens of countryside communities, Tan Yiyong is finding his home village the most challenging of all.
Some suspects initially escaped charges until girl’s father prompted public outcry by complaining that they were using their connections to stay out of trouble.
Owners of flats in a new residential complex in Changsha were less than impressed with the development when they collected their keys on the weekend.
Unlicensed farm-stay operations pump waste into nearby streams, tainting a designated drinking water source, report says.
Specialists consulted by girl’s family say they ‘had never dealt with such cases’, while school principal says the three boys were just ‘playing’.
Thirteen-year-old girl lured across border with promise of marriage and a job only to endure abuse at the hands of two ‘husbands’.
‘Grandpa Amu’ makes toys for his grandson using the same techniques which built the Forbidden City.
Mother of child, who has been on a life support machine for over two weeks, says doctors told her her son had suffered multiple injuries.
Hunan businessman says that up to 200 people at a time have been raiding his stocks, filling containers with fish and shrimps from his ponds.
Academic Guo Bing says he fears the technology could ‘steal’ his identity.
Latest effort to reduce stress among schoolchildren ‘no answer’ while academic success depends on entrance exam, critics say.
Man is surprised when told of his error following mobile payment mix-up over bill for US$12 meal.
Review comes as Chinese public still reeling after case of 10-year-old girl killed by 13-year-old boy.
Chinese man hands himself in to police after seeing reports on television that his grandson had been rescued from a shallow grave.
Driver runs two red lights in busy traffic, hitting vehicles and pedestrians, in city centre.
Teen had objected to woman jumping queue because her phone battery was running low.
Two more local governments ban game widely regarded as a national pastime but which others view as encouraging gambling.
Infant was found in a cardboard box hidden under a concrete slab by mushroom pickers who heard his cries.
Five-year-old still in coma seven months after he and his classmates were poisoned by teacher.
Training centres claiming to teach children to read more than 100,000 words in minutes have stirred controversy after a competition video went viral.
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