China's top search engine Baidu Inc suffered an equity investment loss of $45 million according to its quarterly report issued Wednesday.
A writer who sued a government website for copyright infringement after they republished his article from another site has lost his case.
China will set up repatriation centers at borders and cities to address illegal immigration problems.
The gym at Beijing Runfeng School turned into a sea of jubilation as the faculty welcomed a visit by the Harlem Globetrotters, one of the most well-known basketball teams in the world.
Most illegal immigrants in China work as foreign language teachers, performers or maids.
The central government will invest more in rural regions to enforce the newly released regulation on school bus safety management, a senior official revealed on Wednesday when communicating with netizens.
China created more than 3.3 million new jobs in the first quarter of this year, Yin Chengji, a spokesman for the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, said on Wednesday.
Output growth for commercial vehicles in China is expected to slow through 2015, after a two-year surge spurred by the government’s 4-trillion-yuan stimulus package.
A poverty-stricken county has banned extravagant feasts, except for marriages and funerals, as the excessive boozing and banqueting is taking a toll on its people and economy.
Audio products maker Harman International Industries Inc opened its second flagship store in Beijing Sunday, quickening its expansion in China.
Lin Zhenshi, accused of violating intellectual property rights by illegally replicating foreign video discs, was sentenced to nine years in prison and a fine of 600,000 yuan.
Poor villagers were forced to borrow cows to fake a photo call to prove a new anti-poverty policy was working amid allegations of financial impropriety, Southern Rural newspaper reported on Tuesday.