A crackdown on the illegal trade in smuggled frozen meat is being intensified after reports of expired and rotten supplies being brought into the country and served in restaurants.
Ramadan is an important religious festival and Chinese Muslims are no different to any other followers of Islam around the globe.
The growth rate of carbon emissions has been "in a steady decrease" since 2005, and was near zero in 2014, according to a new climate report.
Zhejiang Loong Airlines defended its decision to fly in spite of typhoon Chan-Hom, which hit Shanghai and Zhejiang province last week.
Tongchuan, a city in Shaanxi province transforming itself from a coal-polluted city to an environmentally-friendly one, is making great strides promoting employment and entrepreneurship.
Beijing will build a 1,000 km suburban rail network as part of a transportation overhaul to integrate the Chinese capital with neighboring cities.
Judicial officials, including court presidents, are being encouraged to return to grassroots courts to hear cases - a move that seeks to make trials efficient and legal teams more professional, officials responsible for judicial reform said on Monday.
The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region has set ambitious goals for improving its integrated transportation network, with plans to extend high-speed railways and build more highways to aid regional growth.
Xi Xiaoming, a senior Supreme People's Court judge, has been placed under investigation on suspicion of disciplinary and law violations.
A group suspected of disturbing public order and making profits by illegally hiring protesters in an attempt to influence court decisions has been broken up, the top public security authority said.
A Chinese military expert has defended the new National Security Law on Internet sovereignty protection, warning that a nation without Internet sovereignty may be plunged to chaos.