To many, the Internet is a boon because it gives them anonymity, an easy means of interacting with other computer users and a way to disseminate information quickly.
A new hotline that people can use to report illegal mapping services has been decidedly cold since its launch on April 21.
The former general manager of Sinopec Guangdong was demoted in reaction to a scandal concerning extravagant liquor bills, the company said on Monday.
While applying to get driver's licenses on the mainland, members of the public can agree to give their organs away after they die, said Huang Jiefu, the vice-minister of health.
Forum: will you donate in such a scenario?
The current vegetable price slump may offer temporary support in China's fight against soaring inflation, but it has also taken its toll on Chinese farmers.
At least 2,428 Chinese governmental agencies and officials have been posting short messages online using domestic micro-blogging services that are similar to Twitter.
A former district Party chief in Chongqing, who hit the headlines when he ordered a developer to stop work because a project was ruining the fengshui of a govt building, has been promoted.
Prosecutors in Southwest China's Chongqing municipality dropped charges on Friday against the Beijing lawyer Li Zhuang, who was accused of encouraging a witness to fabricate evidence.
For some, the online Bulletin Board System (BBS) means more than just a way to socialize at Tsinghua University.