Divorce cases arising from domestic violence are brought to Chinese courts frequently but difficulties remain in hearing them, judges said on Thursday.
China has reported nearly 110,000 HIV/AIDS cases so far this year, a slight increase over last year, said the nation's top AIDS specialist.
China will strengthen protection of its citizens and organizations overseas, Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday, after the murder of a Chinese hostage by Islamic State (IS) in Syria.
Beijing "strongly condemns" the ruthless murder of a Chinese man held hostage by the Islamic State extremist group, says President Xi Jinping.
One of the 100 or so survivors of the Nanjing Massacre in 1937 has been saved after a life-threatening lung condition at a hospital.
An executive meeting of the State Council decided on Wednesday that students in private school during the nine-year compulsory education period will be exempt from tuition and textbook fees starting with spring semester 2017.
The number of Roman Catholics in China's larger cities is surging, but plans to train more priests are being derailed by a lack of applicants for seminaries.
Tibetan plateau remains one of the world's cleanest regions despite pollutants discharged by surrounding regions, says a report.
The central government will launch a host of projects that involve cutting-edge technologies, Internet applications, high-end equipment and key industries, Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday.
Wang Jianlin, chairman of Dalian Wanda Group, has lodged a lawsuit over false attribution under his name on social media, which was used to attack e-commerce businesses led by billionaire Jack Ma, a Beijing court confirmed on Wednesday.
Death toll of a landslide in east China's Zhejiang Province has risen to 33, with 4 still missing as of 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Chinese film director Zhang Yimou is in more hot water after his comments on celebrities using drugs backfired, triggering a heated discussion online.