Beijing's "transitional" policy as to how nonresident children sit college entrance exams creates heated debate.
More lucrative pastures lure herdsmen from the traditional Gobi lifestyle.
Car firms in china have been getting off lightly if their vehicles were faulty - until now.
Companies must think twice before planning IPOs / floats in overseas bourses, experts warn.
Cold snaps in southern China have triggered rising vegetable prices, disrupted transport and reignited debate over central heating.
It is becoming harder to hail a cab during rush hours in Beijing.
China will strengthen enforcement of environmental laws, and take other measures to tackle air pollution, Vice-Premier Li Keqiang pledged on Tuesday.
China's new-energy sector is facing an uncertain future after the US imposed swingeing import tariffs and demand for equipment dwindles.
Heavy smog and haze that enveloped Beijing on the weekend has seen "Beijing Cough" becoming increasingly popular with local media and Chinese citizens.
Foreign car makers in china no longer enjoy a feast of sales, but market still offers good fare compared with Europe.
A newly re-elected President Barack Obama will need to spend some of his political capital on stabilizing the US' relationship with China.
Delay in reporting a river contamination by a chemical leak raises concern.