The Gini coefficient, an index that monitors the gap between the rich and poor has reached what experts consider an alarming level in China.
Taobao.com, China's largest online marketplace, is never short of bizarre offers. And here is the latest one: boyfriends for rent.
Shanghai's food safety watchdog is still investigating Yum! Brands Inc and its subsidiary KFC for a scandal involving antibiotics-tainted chicken, vowing severe punishment for any violations.
French Minister for Foreign Trade Nicole Bricq will start a three-day visit to China on Sunday to seek “an ambitious and balanced partnership” with China.
Chinese police arrested 1,152 suspects for allegedly disclosing and illegally dealing personal information, the Ministry of Public Security said Friday.
The last 23 suspects from the Chinese mainland arrived in Beijing in custody Thursday via a flight from Cambodia, marking the downfall of a transnational telecom fraud ring.
Shanghai will have a stronger focus on ecological development rather than solely focusing on economic growth, a senior expert said on Wednesday.
The Ministry of Transport has pledged to ensure travelers will enjoy safe and convenient journeys during the coming Spring Festival travel peak, a ministry spokesman said on Thursday.
A total of four Chinese workers who had been abducted by a rebel group in Sudan's Darfur region Saturday and released Wednesday, arrived in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum on Thursday.
Shanghai residents breathed the most polluted air they had seen in two months on Wednesday as weak cold air from the north brought pollutants to the Yangtze River Delta.
China's top auditing authority announced on Wednesday the recovery of around 2.7 billion yuan ($428.57 million) that was embezzled from affordable housing funds in 2011.