A policy that requires users to use their real names when registering for Internet access has triggered heated discussion, with some for and some against it.
The era of netbooks is over after Taiwan's computer maker Asustek Computer Inc, better known as Asus, said it suspended production of the inexpensive mini computers on Jan 1, industry observers said.
China Thursday welcomed a decision made by a ROK court to turn down a Japanese extradition request for a Chinese national who served a ten-month jail sentence for an arson attack on the Japanese embassy in Seoul.
School authorities at Yangzhou University denied they had given classes based on students' zodiac signs, responding to recent reports that have generated an intense discussion among netizens.
Illegal operations at a gas station caused an explosion in a drainage pipe that killed two people in Yongshun county, Hunan province, local government said on Thursday.
Cao Fuzhong, Party chief of Yiliang, bought more than 10 Toyota cars, each worth 600,000 yuan ($96,300) after he took office, according to a post on tianya.cn on Dec 30.
Revenue of State-owned enterprises in the cultural sector rose 17.1 percent in 2011, with net profits up 23.7 percent and total assets by 18.7 percent
A female millionaire has received media attention because she worked as a street cleaner for low pay.
More than 162 cubic meters of contaminated water were discharged into the Yangtze River estuary by a Panamanian-registered cargo ship
The quota of allowable yuan loans flowing from Hong Kong to Qianhai could reach up to 50 billion yuan, Caijing magazine reported on Dec 31, citing an anonymous source.
The government of Wuhan, Hubei province, said it is willing to pay the migrant owners of charcoal-fueled roadside barbecue stores that return to their hometowns
At least 61 people were crushed to death in a stampede after a New Year's Eve fireworks display at a stadium in Cote d'Ivoire's main city Abidjan Tuesday.