A public hearing will be held on May 23 in Beijing to decide how much taxi fares should be raised, part of an effort to address the taxi shortage in the capital.
A total of 21 government officials and senior managers of State-owned enterprises now have been punished in connection with a sex-tape scandal last year in which they were blackmailed after their sex acts were secretly recorded.
Lawmakers have been urged to clarify guidelines on how courts gauge the severity of excise-tax evasion, after a fallout over a flight attendant sentenced to 11 years in prison for smuggling makeup from South Korea.
Cruise passengers in Tianjin municipality will be able to shop at tax-free stores by the end of the year, the top tourism official in the port city said on Monday.
Many Buddhists and followers visit Lhasa to find a cure in clinics with monk-doctors for assurance and comfort.
Shanghai is trying to consolidate its status as a global hot spot by allowing visitors arriving by passenger liners to spend three days in the city without a visa.
Chinese health authorities on Tuesday demanded further efforts in forming a long-term mechanism against antibiotics overuse, which used to be common in many hospitals.
Taxi fares will rise in Beijing in an effort to address drivers' complaints over low income and thereby make it easier for the public to hail a cab, Beijing municipal authorities announced on Tuesday.
Pictures of a male bridesmaid at a wedding have triggered debate.
More than 40 percent of the cases investigated by the top Party discipline watchdog in 2012 involved tips from letters and calls.
The Zhejiang Human Sperm Bank in Hangzhou will offer a maximum bonus of 6,000 yuan ($975) to sperm donors, according to a post on its official micro blog on Sina Weibo, Twitter's counterpart in China.
China's top health authority is set to further strengthen nationwide surveillance over clinical use of antibiotics and related drug-resistance cases to avert potential antibiotic overuse.