A bus driver hit with intense pain while behind the wheel managed to stop his vehicle and get all passengers to safety, in Changsha, Hunan province.
A job fair to help Tibetan youth find employment in the capital will be held in Beijing at the end of April with celebrities and political leaders expected to attend.
A man who posted online reports about a community official suspected of corruption has been charged with making false reports of registered capital and contract fraud by prosecutors in Shenzhen's Longgong district, Guangzhou Daily reported on Tuesday.
White-collar workers accounted for the majority of callers to Shanghai's first 24-hour suicide hotline since it launched in December.
Four people died after a motorized tricycle fell into a river in South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Health is consulting experts on the issue of surrogacy, which is still illegal in China, the Beijing Times reported on Tuesday.
Police in Central China are investigating a fire that destroyed 60 hectares of forest, Xinhua News Agency reported.
A 7-year-old leukemia patient has received several donations after a government leader appealed to local authorities for help in paying the boy's medical fees, which have exceeded what the insurance company is willing to cover.
The Chinese Academy of Engineering said it is trying to persuade a tobacco expert to give up his membership, but that it has not received his resignation up to now.
A group of 2,400 tourists from the Chinese mainland arrived in Taipei Tuesday afternoon.
Beijing's heating supply will be switched off on Saturday, as weather forecasters predict rising temperatures, the Beijing Times reported.
A new national campaign will be launched in China to alleviate the heavy workloads of students in the compulsory education system, the Ministry of Education said Tuesday.