China publishes cases about mobile Internet pornography
China's National Anti-Pornography and Anti-Illegal Publications Office published on Monday 24 typical cases in which pornography was distributed via mobile apps.
Former urban management official in Shenzhen falls to death
Shenzhen police said on Monday that a man who fell to death from a building Sunday night has been identified as a former official in the city's Guangming New District, where 75 are still unaccounted for following a human-caused landslide over a week ago.
Special hospital helps treat drug users in Guangdong
Thanks to the hospital, drug users incarcerated in prisons and carrying serious infectious diseases have a better chance of living a healthy life.
Collect emissions data before establishing carbon trade market
China should collect more accurate data on greenhouse gas emissions in pilot regional markets before a nationwide carbon trade market is established in 2017, a report released by World Resource Institute China recommended.
Malaysian sentenced to prison in Cartier shop watch theft
A Malaysian man convicted of stealing watches from a Cartier shop on Wanfujing Street was sentenced to 12 years in prison on Monday and fined 24,000 yuan ($3,692), the Beijing No 2 People's Intermediate Court reported.
China opens railway route for Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei integration
A new railway route linking north China's Tianjin Municipality and Baoding City started running on Monday, shortening the commute time from about two and a half hours to just one hour.
Beijingers buy one sixth of China's masks: report
Beijing residents bought more than one sixth of masks sold on Alibaba's online shopping platforms in 2014, a report by AliResearch and AliHealth said on Sunday.
Changsha introduces ecological park to revive a town
Xunlonghe, a stream scissored village in the northeastern suburbs of Changsha, is luring local tourists with its futuristic guest houses and scenic gardens.
Construction company in Hunan shows new way to build houses
A group of foreigners, including overseas students and experts, visited factories that seek environment-friendly solutions during a trip to understand how Changsha is transforming itself into a resource conserving and environment-friendly society in Changsha, Hunan province.
Rescue work continues at landslide site in Shenzhen
The death toll is confirmed at seven, with 75 still unaccounted for. Rescue work continues although their chance of survival dims with time.
Big future for small particle
For physicists, 2015 has been the year of the neutrino. The minuscule subatomic particle, which is crucial to our understanding of the origins of the universe, is being studied at laboratories across the world, but especially in China.
Global research pushes boundaries
Although collider programs proposed by different countries are always fiercely competitive and can be highly nationalistic in flavor, the whiff of gunpowder is much fainter among physicists working on neutrino projects.