Workspace solution provider opens branch in Shanghai
Regus, the world's leading provider of flexible workspace, has opened a new centre in Lujiazui, Shanghai, which takes the company's footprint in China to more than 130 centers in nearly 30 cities.
Village seeks mediation, not trial, over custody of 1,000-year-old Buddha statue
Lawyers representing a village in Fujian province in its quest to win custody of a 1,000-year-old Buddha statue have agreed to postpone their appeal to a court in the Netherlands where the current owner lives.
New subway stations to include room for breast-feeding moms, babies
Beijing's urban planning authority plans to include accommodations for breast-feeding mothers in 15 new subway stations that are planned for construction over the next five years, Beijing News reported on Thursday.
Beijing mulls congestion charge
Beijing is likely to trial a congestion charge on road users, the city's traffic authority said on Thursday.
Residents without hukou pin hopes on new policy
As the Ministry of Public Security mulls new regulations to grant hukou to those without them, these residents' problems are about to be solved.
World's longest glass bridge built in Zhangjiajie
The final beam of the world's longest and highest glass bridge was laid on Thursday.
Glass bridge in Zhangjiajie under construction
Photo taken on Dec 3, 2015 shows the glass bridge in construction at the grand canyon of Zhangjiajie, Central China's Hunan province.
Four sentenced to death for murder, fraud at N China mines
Four people were sentenced to death in north China's Shanxi Province for murder, fraud and blackmail in a case involving fake mining accidents, local sources confirmed Thursday.
Shanghai foils biggest commemorative coin smuggling attempt
A woman surnamed Chen has been caught smuggling 2,116 gold and 216 silver commemorative coins at Shanghai Pudong International Airport.
Road rage cases pose huge safety challenge
More than 17 million cases of road rage have been handled by Chinese police this year as authorities struggle to teach drivers better road etiquette.
China continues efforts to halt degradation of biodiversity
China will make more efforts to halt degradation of biodiversity, an environmental protection official said on Wednesday.
Police ordered to return illegally-seized millions -- plus interest
A police force in northeast China has been ordered to pay back 20 million yuan ($3.12 million) it illegally seized from a real estate company along with 830,000 yuan the money would have accrued in interest, in a Chinese legal precedent.