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The area has been in the news lately because of the ongoing protests that have rocked the city.
Online celebrity stages collision with his mother to try and attract more followers on social media.
Police say man from Fujian province was detained while trying to burn body on remote farm but they had been tipped off by an online lender whose software spotted the victim’s eyes weren’t moving.
Fellow passenger records footage of dispute which starts when young woman refuses to give up her seat on crowded train.
Encounter was filmed in July but reached mainland audience on Tuesday, while tourist tells Shanghai-based Guancha Syndicate of his exasperation with Taiwan’s ‘selective reporting’.
Weibo footage from cameras at Tai Qing in Hubei province, China’s biggest karst cave, pulls 150 million hits as visitors are caught vandalising rock formation.
Investigating television journalists face ‘violent’ response at Traditional Chinese Medicine hospital in central China.
Tong Xiaohua was dismissed from the force after two-week investigation into the couple and a further inquiry is under way.
Luxury brand regrets listing Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan separately from China.
Various crowd control weapons are being used on protesters. Some are known, some less so. Here’s your guide to their effects.
Tower falls on car outside the Chengdu worksite, killing motorist.
Doctors believe 65-year-old’s overenthusiastic vocal style was to blame after he put too much pressure on his lungs in the ‘heat of the moment’.
Woman detained in eastern China after allegedly inflicting fatal wounds on her daughter.
Officer denies claim that he used violence to detain teacher held for petition offence after her daughter was partially blinded at school.
Man is arrested and confesses after beating and dragging the woman to the ground before taking her bag and stealing her phone and cash.
Competitive parents are cramming their children’s free time with study tours and extra classes.
Academics call for new legislation and a coordinated, nationwide effort to monitor and control known perpetrators of crimes against minors.
Relatives of 84-year-old, who died less than a day after being admitted to intensive care, say staff ignored their pleas for help.
Gamers welcome the news on mainland, where wildly popular monster-hunting mobile game is banned.
Pair charged with ‘picking quarrels and provoking trouble’ after clash in public building over long-running dispute involving strip of land seized by local authorities.
Police investigation concludes that 12-year-old killed girl but he cannot face criminal charges because of his age.
Woman jumped over barriers at Guangzhou South station and wedged foot in the gap between train and platform before police dragged her away.
Animal lovers angered after viral video shows moment a visitor decided to ‘wake up’ Meng Da – keepers say they will reassess physical safety measures and improve inspections.
Applications and services have sprung up as residents try to work out which bin to throw their rubbish into to avoid fines.
Transport operator says vehicle meets national standards and warnings were issued.
A Shanghai woman who set 20 ‘strict’ rules for her employee has sparked a fairness debate on social media.
Chinese think tank puts the southern mainland city ahead of its neighbour on its competitiveness list for a fifth straight year.
Failure to use text a sign of ‘poor discipline’ according to employer. Screenshot of WeChat conversation goes viral with 280 million views.
Chinese social media finds light relief in struggle over gaokao Question 12 in an American cafe.
Quiet name change on Chinese social media revives accusations about technology company’s loyalties.