While China's economic growth was slowing in 2012, urban Chinese women were cutting their spending on clothes and saving more to deal with the recession, a survey showed.
The head of a district government in Beijing appeared in court on Friday responding to an administrative lawsuit.
Through September 2012, the All-China Women's Federation had handed out small loans totaling 109 billion yuan ($17.5 billion) to nearly 2.4 million women across China, a senior official said on Friday.
Earthquake-hit Eryuan county in Yunnan province is building temporary classrooms to allow students to resume classes on Monday, authorities said.
A total of 1.72 million men bought gifts for women in the last 10 days, a report issued by Taobao, China's largest online shopping website, said on Friday.
A 4-month-old girl was found dead on Friday morning in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. Police are questioning her mother in connection with the incident.
A total of 268,500 yuan ($42,745) was raised at a charity auction organized by the Shanghai Women’s Federation, Consular Spouses Shanghai and Shanghai Children’s Foundation.
Although many Chinese find it hard to personally connect with the country's leaders, a comment by Minister of Commerce Chen Deming has demonstrated just how similar their needs and wants are.
The bereaved families of the Mekong River tragedy have received a total of 6 million yuan ($960,000) in compensation, a court confirmed.
Beijing authorities on Friday issued a red alert for forest fires for the upcoming two days, after the capital has seen scarce precipitation this month.
China is making efforts to crack down on cases of child trafficking, according to the latest nationwide plan.
Police in Shanxi province are holding a suspect they say was involved in an explosion that killed the daughter of a law enforcement official on Feb 18.