China to boost UN fund by $6m in Ebola war

2014-12-03 07:45:51

China donated $6 million on Tuesday to the United Nations' fund for combating the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa.

Cao remembered for bankruptcy law role

2014-12-03 07:45:51

A memorial meeting for a Chinese jurisprudential scholar, regarded as the pioneer of the country's bankruptcy law, was held in Beijing on Tuesday.

HIV victims benefit from TCM project

2014-12-03 07:45:51

Thirteen years ago, Li Guo, then 33 years old, was diagnosed with HIV, a virus he contracted as a result of rampant illegal blood collection in Henan province.

Households urged to upgrade door locks

2014-12-03 07:43:39

A majority of door locks used by Chinese households are vulnerable to lock picking and should be upgraded, the China Consumer's Association has said.

Chinese orbiter staying in space for tests

2014-12-03 07:40:32

China's lunar orbiter continues to undergo tests in space after the return capsule landed on Earth, preparing for a future landing on the moon by Chang'e 5.

Corrupt rail official's mistress gets prison

2014-12-03 07:38:00

China has stepped up its fight against corrupt officials and those near them, judicial experts said, after a Beijing court sentenced the mistress of a former railway official on Tuesday.

Shenzhen security chief faces probe

2014-12-03 07:35:45

A senior official in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, was recently placed under investigation on suspicion of bribery, said the top anti-graft watchdog in the province.

Draft plans for regional, circuit courts approved

2014-12-03 07:26:24

Draft plans to set up circuit courts and courts with jurisdiction across different regions have been approved in a move to further ensure judicial justice.

Digital daze

2014-12-03 07:11:33

With the use of smartphones and tablets rising in the country, many Chinese are taking to e-reading. Xing Yi reports.

Protest founders poised to surrender

2014-12-03 07:08:28

Two academics and a pastor who conceived the "Occupy Central" campaign in Hong Kong will turn themselves in today.

Database to track fugitives overseas

2014-12-03 04:04:04

China is to set up a database of corrupt officials who have fled overseas, a move announced as more than 150 suspects turn themselves in.

Taiwan leader decides to resign as party chairman

2014-12-02 17:16:36

Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou will announce his resignation as chairman of the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) Party Wednesday after the KMT suffered a defeat in local elections held on Saturday, Taiwan's Central News Agency reported Tuesday.