Authorities announce severe punishment for those caught cheating in the upcoming national civil servant exams, the State Administration of Civil Service said.
Clergy ill-prepared for retirement and lacking of health insurance is a problem in all five major religions in China.
During World War II, more than 100 Chinese children were educated at a boarding school 300 kilometers from Moscow. Despite the harsh conditions, many remember their school days with affection.
Almost 78 percent of complaints the public made to the national environmental watchdog on its hotline in the first half of this year was about air pollution.
China will work hard to lift about 70 million people in rural areas out of poverty by the end of 2020, a senior official said on Monday.
China's first homegrown vaccine against Ebola has entered its second phase in a clinical trial in Sierra Leone in West Africa, marking a breakthrough in overseas testing of Chinese-developed vaccines.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi called for greater efforts in tackling the current humanitarian crisis in Syria, saying China will continue to offer help.
The Ministry of Environmental Protection received 696 public tip-offs about pollution in the first half of the year, more than 75 percent of them about air pollution, it said on Monday.
The annual number of deaths in China caused by tobacco will rise to 2 million in 2030 and 3 million in 2050, according to a research by medical journal The Lancet.
An Air Force pilot put his own life on the line after his plane carrying at least two tons of fuel and 200 rounds of ammunitions spun out of control.
Tourists visit a newly opened area that runs from the Meridian Gate to the Donghua Gate inside the Palace Museum in Beijing that.
The suspect in the murder of five fishing boat crew in Zhoushan City in East China's Zhejiang province was arrested on Friday evening, local police announced.