The global economic slowdown and improved personal incomes at home have led to a decline in the need and supply for Chinese workers overseas.
A court in Henan province confirmed on Thursday that it has accepted the case of a man asking for 21 million yuan ($3.2 million) in state compensation for time spent in improper detention.
In the peak of the traditional job-hunting season, many women say it is getting more difficult for them to find satisfactory employment.
China's highest ski resort has been earmarked for Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region, as part of its 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20).
More skilled workers are needed in Dongguan, a traditional manufacturing base in Guangdong province, as local companies begin looking for qualified employees after Spring Festival to help transfer their businesses into the high-tech sector.
Veterinary antibiotics ingested by humans in the form of tainted food and drinking water have been linked to childhood obesity by researchers at Shanghai-based Fudan University.
The demolition of a former Japanese military brothel used during World War II in Shanghai has been put on hold, according to the local government on Tuesday.
Cities will not be allowed to build more "oversized, xenocentric, weird" buildings devoid of cultural tradition in the future, according to a new directive from the central government.
From Taiwan to Beijing, Lantern Festival lights up China
Photos of two 16-year-olds in a wedding gown and suit at what seems to be a wedding have triggered heated discussion on Chinese social media.
Police announced Tuesday they had arrested 29 suspects involved in a drug-dealing ring covering three provincial-level regions in South China.
Villagers in Boxing county, Shandong province wear costumes during a folk art performance to greet the Lantern Festival, which falls on Feb 22 this year.