Actor gets six months, 5000 yuan fine for drug use

2015-01-27 11:29:56

Zhang Mo, the actor Zhang Guoli's son, has been sentenced to six months in prison and fined 5,000 yuan($800) for drug use and providing others with a venue for drug use, the People's court of Beijing Haidian District announced on Tuesday morning.

High abortion rate triggers fears for young women

2015-01-27 03:58:24

China's high abortion rate has triggered public concerns over sex education for young people, with experts calling for cooperation from health departments and parents to protect young women.

China vows an end to gold medal 'obsession'

2015-01-26 15:25:40

The General Administration of Sport of China is to launch bold reforms of the country's sports system, vowing to drop the old "gold-is-everything" mentality.

Qinghai to promote Kekexili's bid for world heritage status

2015-01-26 11:00:40

Jia Yingzhong, director of the Department of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of Qinghai province, said that Qinghai has started an application for UNESCO world natural heritage status in late 2014.

Nehe Prison officials deny jailhouse sex allegations

2015-01-26 05:19:54

Officers at a prison in Northeast China have denied that one of their prisoners had sex with a policeman's wife while serving a sentence.

Favorable visa policy to draw talent

2015-01-26 04:01:20

China will expand the favorable visa policies of its 1,000 Talent Plan to dozens of other programs nationwide to attract leading professionals to work in the country.

Reporter honored for helping clear the name of dead man

2015-01-23 11:36:40

A reporter with Xinhua News Agency who helped restore the reputation of a wrongly executed man was honored for his pursuit of truth.

Euthanasia for dying boy rejected

2015-01-23 10:14:12

The debate over whether euthanasia should be legalized in China has become heated after an application by a couple in Anhui Province for their injured one-year-old son was rejected.

China rebukes Outlook hacking allegation

2015-01-23 07:42:54

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) on Thursday dismissed allegations that Chinese authorities had hacked into Microsoft Corp.'s Outlook email service as "groundless slander".

Third-party help recruited to assess rush at Spring Festival

2015-01-23 02:51:36

These institutions will seek public opinion through websites to evaluate the work of government bodies on ticket sales, publicizing information, as well as looking at the operation of railway stations and airports.

Survey reveals liking for anti-graft move

2015-01-22 12:51:52

A recent survey found 70 percent of respondents were satisfied over the progress of the country's anti-graft campaign, China Youth Daily reported.

Migrant workers struggling to be paid ahead of Spring Festival

2015-01-22 09:47:19

Chinese Labor authorities have launched an overhaul of annual wage payments to ensure the millions of migrant workers in this country are properly paid before they return home for Chinese New Year's.