The war of words over cyber attacks escalated this week with an official Chinese newspaper branding the US "the real hacking empire".
The Obama administration is sending its special representative on Democratic People's Republic of Korea policy to the Republic of Korea, China and Japan next week.
An international survey found that half of male respondents confessed they have physically or sexually abused their wives or girlfriends.
Authorities are investigating online allegations that renowned movie directors, Zhang Yimou, has violated the country's family planning policy.
Time-honored traditional Chinese medicine and related medical services have been hit hard by false or illegal advisements, according to TCM authorities.
No antibiotic-resistant strains of gonorrhea have been detected on the Chinese mainland, which has long been covered by a nationwide surveillance system targeting sexually transmitted diseases.
The Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) will not issue data related to soil pollution for the time being but will discuss the situation after an in-depth investigation, the ministry confirmed on Thursday.
China rejected Japan's "protest" against a Chinese newspaper that discussed Japan's sovereignty over Okinawa, saying media attention a consequence of Japan's provocation over the Diaoyu Islands.
Top diplomats of China and India met in Beijing on Thursday, right after an end to their three-week standoff along a disputed border.
The fast-growing economy has had one unintended consequence: Scientists must pay more if they want to get published in international journals.
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang discussed bilateral relations with US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew by phone on Thursday.