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Motorist issues tearful apology for losing her temper and refusing to move when she was told to queue at another entrance.
Doctor among six people charged over the removal of a woman’s organs at a hospital in Nanjing.
Heavy rain across several provinces threatens further damage as rivers and reservoirs reach their limits.
Huang Shih-tsung said on television that the economy must be in trouble because shares in a well-known producer of the condiment were down.
Locals say they are being treated like second-class citizens on matters like accommodation and even the way they are assessed.
Supreme People’s Court says judges must use all means available to punish those who sexually abuse minors.
It comes amid stand-off at reef in disputed Spratly Islands that began when survey vessel entered area with coastguard ships to conduct seismic research.
Li Ka-shing, Hong Kong’s richest person, was ‘very pleased’ to have bumped into group of youngsters in Hokkaido, mother says on social media.
Permanent residence and long visas become easier to obtain as Beijing taps entrepreneurial talents, while people of Chinese ethnicity from overseas will also have easier path to new life in China.
National outrage sparked when employee on long-term sick leave disrupts flight to Beijing but airline says she is a private traveller.
Yang Yang spends three hours on the run after hopping over the wall of his enclosure at Hefei zoo.
16 foreigners, including students, among 19 people detained in Jiangsu province narcotics crackdown.
More than one billion views of Mulan discussion in China hours after trailer screens during Women’s World Cup final.
Riot police deployed after week of unrest over proposed plant next to residential areas, but district government insists the plant’s location has yet to be finalised.
Xinjiang resident says smoke and flames started coming out of US$875 device two days after he bought it online.
Prosecutors in Nanjing say it has become ‘a serious problem’ – especially for those who have studied abroad.
Chinese fans of the Japanese animator are lining up for the official release of a film – 18 years after it was made.
And he got away with it – and more – because former warden and 15 other officials turned a blind eye to his activities, corruption watchdog says.
Victim’s body was found under a school playground – years after he threatened to expose corruption in the construction project.
Victims were being used as illegal labour or sold as brides, in many cases being lured with false promises.
Project supervisor Deng Shiping went missing in 2003 amid row with school principal, builder over cost of new playground.
Up to US$14 million earmarked to cover programme for 3,100 new undergraduate students at the college this year.
Device discovered after customer notices small black spot above a mirror.
Red silk dresses, complete with slits, are all the rage as anxious parents seek to persuade Lady Luck to smile on their offspring.
Police accuse Tang Xiaodong of illegally raising millions from the public for a project in Shaanxi province.
Former company chairman coerced woman into finding girls, including 14 under the age of 14, for sex.
Shoppers brawl over garments that resell online for eight times their retail price tag and sale becomes social media phenomena generating 450 million hits for #EverybodyKAWS hashtag.
Notice goes up at airport in Sanya, Hainan saying the ritual is illegal after spate of safety incidents across the country.
Parents in Jiangsu province were given a note that said a kindergarten had been investigated and ‘no pupils were involved in organised crime’.
Jinan University president says researchers ‘can contribute to social and economic development if they decide to come back’.
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