Tall grass known as vetiver are being planted to protect the Three Gorges Dam at its water- fluctuation belt in Hubei province.
A nationwide crackdown on fake Chinese calligraphy and paintings will be launched, according to China's national copyright watchdog on Monday.
A high school in Shanghai set up a boys only class, in order to better address the "boy crisis" in schools, sparking a heated debate.
Sexual assault on girls has become the most frequent crime in two major cities in South China's Guangdong province.
Dissatisfied with the overcharges on toll roads and bridges in Zhuhai city, Guangdong province, two local residents are taking the provincial price control administration and communication department to court.
10,000 graduates from China's 680 impoverished counties of 21 provinces will receive preferential treatment to enter the country's top universities.
Four more drivers have joined a growing list of people in Beijing banned from driving for life due to the serious traffic violations, bringing the total number to 292.
A suspected murderer who had been on the run for eight years was returned here last week after he surrendered himself to police in Yiwu, Zhejiang province.
Chen Meng, a former deputy district head in Shanghai, was sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve on the charges of taking bribes by the Shanghai No 2 Intermediate People's Court on Monday.
The PBOC's total assets have ballooned up 119 percent to $4.5 trillion in the past five years, making it the world’s biggest central bank in terms of total assets.
China's arid capital is short of 1.3 billion cubic meters of water this year, following successive droughts in the last 13 years.
Only 1.2 percent of the Chinese people surveyed say they read a lot and 50.7 percent say they read a little according to the newly published National Reading Survey conducted in 2011.