Beijing will ban gasoline-powered vehicles that fail to meet emission standards starting Jan 1, 2016.
Liu Ting became a woman after six months of transsexual operations in March, ending her 28-year struggle living in a man's body.
Scantily clad models and children are banned from the 16th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition opening on April 22
When Abbot Shi Yongxin attended a meeting in early March during the annual session of the National People's Congress, a man came to his desk with two envelopes and asked for his signature on them as a souvenir.
The Changchun Bridge is reflected in the water of Tai Lake where cherry blossom petals float at Yuantouzhu scenic spot of Wuxi, East China's Jiangsu province on April 2.
The number of civil servants considering ditching their jobs in the traditional job-hunting season that started in February increased by 34 percent.
Beijing will ban gasoline-powered vehicles that fail to meet the National Emission Standard II from the road starting January 1 of next year to cut pollution.
Kukan, a previously lost, award-winning film about Chinese resistance against the Japanese invasion during World War II, has been restored and introduced to China.
On March 31, China's last Bombardier CRJ200 passenger plane B-3536 made its last flight, taking passengers from Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport to Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport. It marked the aircraft series' complete retirement from air carrier China Express, and from civil aviation in China.
China Railway Corporation (CRC) said on Tuesday that 36.5 million passenger trips were made during this weekend's Tomb Sweeping Day holiday.
News organizations on the Chinese mainland employ approximately 1 million people, according to a report.