Nov 16 marks the International Day for Tolerance, an annual observance declared by UNESCO in 1995 to generate public awareness about the need for tolerance in society.
An illegal gun trafficking network has been smashed by police who seized 1,612 firearms and 5,378 imitation weapons, China News Service reports.
Black markets of female ova are being operated by agencies in Beijing. They target girl students from famous universities and pay tens of thousands of yuan,the Beijing News reported Monday.
It’s difficult to find anyone who thinks November 11 is a big day in China.
LHASA - The People’s Liberation Army in Tibet autonomous region set up a special troop to help veterans reintegrate into society
Sixteen students were attacked by a swarm of wasps on Tuesday, in Fenghuang township, South China's Guangxi province, xinhuanet.com reported.
More than 250 million Internet users have registered on Sina Weibo, China's twitter-style Internet service.
China's Got Talent judge Gao Xiaosong has been released from jail after serving 184 days for a drunken crash that caused a four vehicle pile-up.
The American wife of China's most renowned English teacher has once again given a lesson in domestic violence by posting a new photo of injuries.
The college acceptance rate in Beijing rose to a record high of 86 percent this year as the number of applicants in the capital decreased for the fifth consecutive year, Beijing Daily reported citing the city’s Municipal Commission of Education.
At least a million men in China have fertility problems, the Beijing Times reported on Monday.
A 24-meter tall stone statue of one of the most prominent women in China's modern history has become embroiled in controversy after the foundation responsible for the construction reportedly denied it resembled Soong Ching Ling.