A deputy police chief in North China has won praise for using Sina Weibo to help a mother who threatened to kill herself and her 5-year-old son.
First aid workers in Beijing have called for more awareness of giving ambulances the right of way after an injured woman died in an emergency vehicle that got stuck in traffic on Friday.
Chinese writer Mo Yan said literature is useless compared with science in his Nobel banquet speech at Stockholm City Hall on Monday.
At the symposium, Liu Yunshan called for the spirit of the 18th National Congress of the CPC to be implemented in work and study.
China's largest fishery patrol ship, the Yuzheng 206, started its maiden voyage from Shanghai to patrol waters near the Diaoyu Islands on Tuesday, according to the Regional Bureau of East China Sea Fishery Management of the Ministry of Agriculture.
Cooperation is the dominant trend in the relationship between China and the United States despite some problems between the two countries, Vice-Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday.
Xi Jinping conducted his first official trip as new Party chief to Guangdong where China's market-oriented reforms were launched.
Beijing is considering making a city neighborhood often called "Russia Town" its first downtown duty-free shopping area.
The Red Cross Society of China has established a public committee to help supervise issues such as donation management.
South China's Guangdong province, traditionally a forerunner of reform in the country, will test out a program that will make details of officials' assets public, as part of an effort to fight corruption.
Although Chinese literature is getting more attention around the world, translated versions of Chinese works remain in small supply in the US and Europe.