Drivers caught driving while drunk in South China's Guangdong province will suffer severer consequences, even losing their jobs.
China's capital, Beijing is the 72nd most livable city in the world and has the best living conditions on the mainland.
The high rate of taxation has once again become a thorny issue for discussion after a new survey by Forbes magazine ranked China second in the world in terms of tax misery.
A woman has done a modern version of a famous Song Dynasty (960-1279) painting with about 700 soft drink cans, getting her work into Guiness World Records as the longest can picture
High taxes and a complex approval procedure are restricting the development of the Chinese aircraft leasing industry.
A primary school in Beijing is relying on chance to select class monitor as the new semester begins.
Red Star Macalline (Red Star), China's largest furniture retail chain, has been caught selling fake furniture, China Business News (CBN) reported Thursday.
Mortgage loans will be harder to get following the central bank's latest move to further tighten liquidity, Shanghai-based National Business Daily (NBD) reported Thursday.
Profits gained by China's centrally-administrated State-owned enterprises (SOEs) came at a slower rate in the first seven months of this year, according to a State Council meeting presided by Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday.
Starting Sep1, China's foreign ministry will hold five regular press conferences each week, up from the twice-a-week tradition that has been followed for the last 16 years.
Some 60 million people will be freed from personal income tax from Thursday as new tax thresholds take effect. Anyone with monthly income of 3,500 yuan ($550) or less will not have to pay tax.
Martial art schools are losing luster in Anhui province and Dengfeng city of Central China's Henan province, China Comment reported.