The Huang Yang case has raised doubts over the management of college laboratories, and many colleges and universities have ordered their laboratories to carry out safety reviews.
One person was injured and five others remain buried after part of a subway line under construction caved in on early Monday in Northwest China's Shaanxi province.
Following pork, chicken and duck, Zhang Jinmei has erased mutton from her family's menu because of reports that the lamb sold in the city's produce markets may turn out to be rat, fox or mink.
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The local government of Weifang, a city in central Shandong province, is planning to crack down on Aldicarb, a highly toxic pesticide.
Three suspects in a high-profile food safety case have been arrested in Fujian province, and police are still looking for nearly 40 metric tons of inedible pork, Chinese media reported on Sunday.
Helping the disabled turn their disadvantages into advantages is exactly what NGOs such as Beijing Fengtai Lizhi Rehabilitation Center are doing.
Wal-Mart has withdrawn a batch of paper cup products labeled with its brand from Beijing after they failed quality tests, the company confirmed on Sunday.
Celebrities who advertise uncertified food products will not be exempt from judicial punishment, according to an official from the Supreme People's Court.
Every Chinese hospital should have an emergency plan to deal with doctor-patient disputes, experts said after the latest tragedy in which a doctor plunged to her death in Hebei province.
The breaking of a window and damage to an antique clock at the Palace Museum has prompted authorities to speed up the upgrading of security measures.
More government support, including subsidies and a favorable pricing mechanism, is needed for the country to use desalinated seawater to quench its thirst.