The highest court in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region decided on Thursday to retry a controversial rape and murder case 18 years after the defendant was executed.
A new national standard for air purifiers is set to be unveiled by authorities on Friday to bring order to the country's chaotic purifier market.
Constantly frustrated with hazardous air quality, more Chinese consumers are turning to products aimed at protecting their health.
Hope and hopelessness, which is more painful? For those who have lost their beloved families, hope can be both comforting and heartbreaking.
China is considering setting up its own rules in cyberspace in order to have its voice better heard in the fast growing Internet sphere.
Xi Jinping was greeted in Wellington with a traditional Maori welcome and was presented with an All Blacks rugby union jersey bearing the lucky number 8.
An official in South China's Guangdong province is being investigated for taking bribes, according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate.
Cybersecurity and international cooperation were the most heatedly discussed topics during the second day of the World Internet Conference.
China will do its utmost to support e-commerce development and establish rules for online businesses to operate in a clear and fair manner, Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday.
Premier Li Keqiang visited China's largest wholesale commodity market on Thursday, taking the economy's pulse as a leading factory output indicator slumped to a six-month low.
China has stepped up its war on graft by joining the International Anti-Corruption Academy, a global institute based in Austria that provides education and training to members on how to effectively combat bribery, reported South China Morning Post on Wednesday.
The National Meteorological Center warns severe smog will hit Beijing, Tianjin as well as parts of Hebei and Henan provinces from Thursday night.