The central government approved railway courts to be removed from the Ministry of Railways, said Cao Jianming, chief of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate.
A two-year-old girl nicknamed Leilei lost two fingers of her left hand when her father, Wang Ai, bit them off while drunk.
Children in the Tibet autonomous region will get free preschool education starting this fall.
The South Korean Embassy in Beijing announced on Monday that 1,073 visas for medical tourism were issued in 2011, a 386 percent increase from a year earlier.
A province in southChinahas approved the first registered private think thank to help advise officials on key issues.
Maotai, China's national liquor served at official occasions and state banquets, has been ranked fourth in a top ten of the world’s most valuable labels.
A series of work diseases such as mouse hand, tech neck and death from stress are all included in a National Occupational Disease Prevention Law Amendment, the Chengdu Daily reported Tuesday.
A customer has been shot in the head and robbed of 300,000 yuan ($47,569) during a daylight village bank heist, Xinhua news agency reports.
A total of 570 houses were sold in Beijing during the three-day New Year holiday, a 60 percent drop compared with the same period last year.
About 70 percent of the migrant workers consider their life as merely acceptable, with many of the younger generation feeling no happiness, Beijing News reported.
Hundreds of people failed to get their train tickets through the newly launched online train ticketing service after paying the money.
China’s three main milk producers will raise the price of some dairy products by as much as 10 percent, Beijing Times reports.