The man who reportedly attacked a woman in a four-star hotel in Beijing on April 3 has been arrested, said the official SinaWeibo account of Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau on Friday.
"Who are you?" "How old are you?" Let me ask my master"..., the chatty robot can answer simple questions and interact with the surroundings.
Children in Shanghai who fail to visit their parents regularly will find their credit standing adversely affected, according to a new rule set to take effect on May 1.
Chinese universities will soon have their own rowing competitions just like the 162-year-old event between Oxford and Cambridge universities.
Its main structure will be completed in July, and the whole project is expected to begin trial operation by the end of the year.
Zhengzhou, capital of Henan province, puts a price tag of 500,000 yuan ($77,000) for 1 microgram of PM2.5 while other cities also take similar approach.
Shanghai police on Tuesday released a list of 36 citizens who have been banned from driving for life.
Shenzhen police have relaxed some measures they brought in recently to regulate the number of electric bikes and tricycles in the city.
A Chinese official has received a flurry of compliments from the online community after she starred in a series of photographs promoting the picturesque village where she lives and works.
A total of 438 Chinese police officers died while they were on duty in 2015, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) said Monday.
Growing up on the Chinese mainland, Zhou Hailun always knew that she would finish her high school education in the United States, whatever the cost.
After a white winter, spring dresses trees and flowers in colorful clad. In a five-part series, we take a look at some of the most breathtaking scenery across China.