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In China, private jets are out and helicopters are in as low altitude tourism takes off
The Chinese company socking it to overseas markets
Food safety fears spark growing taste for imported fruit among China’s middle class
President Xi Jinping is students’ favourite: online study
Head of China's legislature vows to ‘push forward’ anti-graft laws
Controversy as official Chinese website praises Party worker disciplined for violating rules

A comment by an employee in the publicity department of Shaanxi province's Feng county sparked controversy after praising a senior official punished for violating discipline.

8 Jan 2015 - 4:39PM

A comment by an employee in the publicity department of Shaanxi province's Feng county sparked controversy after praising a senior official punished for violating discipline.

Controversy as official Chinese website praises Party worker disciplined for violating rules
China police force ‘spent 150,000 yuan on Trojan horse viruses to monitor smartphones’

A police bureau in Zhejiang province, spent about 150,000 yuan (about HK$190,000) on monitoring devices that install Trojan horse viruses into smartphones, an investigative reporter claims.

8 Jan 2015 - 6:39PM

A police bureau in Zhejiang province, spent about 150,000 yuan (about HK$190,000) on monitoring devices that install Trojan horse viruses into smartphones, an investigative reporter claims.

China police force ‘spent 150,000 yuan on Trojan horse viruses to monitor smartphones’
China sets sights on developing mid-speed inter-city railway network
Anger after Chinese university says deadly Shanghai stampede vindicated its ban on Christmas

A university in Xian sparked controversy after claiming the deadly New Year stampede in Shanghai had vindicated its earlier decision to ban its students from celebrating Christmas.

6 Jan 2015 - 3:32AM

A university in Xian sparked controversy after claiming the deadly New Year stampede in Shanghai had vindicated its earlier decision to ban its students from celebrating Christmas.

Anger after Chinese university says deadly Shanghai stampede vindicated its ban on Christmas
Mentally ill man forced to live in cage starves to death after family abandons him

A mentally ill man who killed his father and lived in a cage starved to death after being abandoned by his family, investigators believe.

10 Dec 2014 - 5:42PM

A mentally ill man who killed his father and lived in a cage starved to death after being abandoned by his family, investigators believe.

Mentally ill man forced to live in cage starves to death after family abandons him
Overuse of fertilisers is robbing northeast grain heartland of its valuable topsoil

Overuse of fertilisers in northeast China - the country's most important grain-growing region - poses a serious threat to farming in the area, experts say.

10 Dec 2014 - 3:01AM

Overuse of fertilisers in northeast China - the country's most important grain-growing region - poses a serious threat to farming in the area, experts say.

Overuse of fertilisers is robbing northeast grain heartland of its valuable topsoil
Chinese officials using lottery funds to buy homes, cars and yachts: state media

Rampant corruption discovered after claims of misuse of funds from mainland lottery ticket sales, which have raised at last 1.7 trillion yuan (about HK$2 trillion) since 1987, reports Xinhua

9 Dec 2014 - 2:02AM

Rampant corruption discovered after claims of misuse of funds from mainland lottery ticket sales, which have raised at last 1.7 trillion yuan (about HK$2 trillion) since 1987, reports Xinhua

Chinese officials using lottery funds to buy homes, cars and yachts: state media
Halting wrongful convictions is tough task for China, says top prosecutor

China’s top prosecutor Cao Jianming says preventing wrongful convictions is the biggest task facing China’s legal supervisory body.

28 Aug 2014 - 4:21PM

China’s top prosecutor Cao Jianming says preventing wrongful convictions is the biggest task facing China’s legal supervisory body.

Halting wrongful convictions is tough task for China, says top prosecutor
South-North Water Diversion project not cause of Hubei and Henan droughts, say officials