The moves to block virtual private network services are for the "healthy development" of the Internet, said a top official from the industry watchdog.
As the anti-graft campaign expands, it may become difficult for officials involved in illegal activities not to picture the day the investigators would come knocking on their door.
The General Administration of Sport of China is to launch bold reforms of the country's sports system, vowing to drop the old "gold-is-everything" mentality.
The trade volume in China's cross-border e-commerce pilot cities surpassed 3 billion yuan (488.73 million) by the end of 2014, official data showed Monday.
Hospital staff have demonstrated to demand better protection after a doctor and patient were killed in a fight, media reported on Monday, the latest incident to highlight problems in a system often overwhelmed with patients.
Jia Yingzhong, director of the Department of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of Qinghai province, said that Qinghai has started an application for UNESCO world natural heritage status in late 2014.
Officers at a prison in Northeast China have denied that one of their prisoners had sex with a policeman's wife while serving a sentence.
China will expand the favorable visa policies of its 1,000 Talent Plan to dozens of other programs nationwide to attract leading professionals to work in the country.
In today's trending, a female soldier misses out on a parade due to a sudden increase in height, two amorous thieves kiss to celebrate their theft, another thief is moved by his victim's generosity.
Delaying wage payments pours scorn on workers' rights and tramples on labor laws, said a commentary in Sunday's People's Daily.
A woman from central China's Henan province has been prosecuted for selling her own baby, local authorities said.
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has announced plans to build more roads to remote villages.