Zhu Yun, who became famous for being fired from her job at the local tax office in Guizhou province, is now famous for her success in raising chickens in Huahongping village of Weining county, Southwest China's Guizhou province.
Household appliances such as soybean milk machines and juice extractors have been made with industrial lubricant rather than lubricant for food, 21cbh.com reported Thursday, citing a staff with Fuchs Petrolub AG (China).
Nike China, a leading sportswear and equipment supplier, released a statement on Thursday admitting to false advertising, Caixin.com reported.
By the end of 2011, police dogs will be taken on street patrols in Beijing, in addition to motor vehicle, motorcycle and foot patrols, Chinanews.com reports.
The Chinese mainland progresses steadily in global competitiveness while the United States continues the decline that began in 2008
The Ministry of Commerce says it has begun an inquiry into the alleged dumping of some steel tubes from Europe and Japan.
China pledged to reduce energy consumption per unit of GDP by 16 percent in the five years to the end of 2015, the State Council said in a scheme on Sep 7.
China will increase the output of advanced new materials by 25 percent annually to 2 trillion yuan ($313 billion) by 2015, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said on Wednesday.
China was the target of the most antidumping investigations in the 16 years to 2010. The country was also the target of the most antisubsidy cases, the Ministry of Commerce said on Wednesday.
About 250,000 Chinese people kill themselves every year and 2 million attempt to do so, said a health report.
A 15-year-old who was driving a BMW without a license was later found to be the son of Li Shuangjiang and Meng Ge, the famous singer couple, Beijing News reported.
China's top discipline body has urged provincial officials to develop plans to deal with corrupt officials who flee, People’s Daily reported on Thursday.