Although there is a widely held sexist view that women are naturally bad drivers, a new survey shows that most people prefer a woman behind the wheel of a chauffeured car they've hired.
The top anti-graft body announced that about 125,000 members of the Communist Party of China had been disciplined for breaking austerity rules and taking bribes between late 2012 and the end of July.
China's top court has taken actions to alleviate burdens brought by a boom of cases in three intellectual property tribunals, a move to ensure work efficiency and improve legal credibility.
Guo Meimei, a Chinese microblogger who was charged with operating a gambling house, went on trial at Beijing Dongcheng District People's court.
Heavy industry in Tangshan, Hebei province, has been hit by efforts to control air pollution, with the value of its output dropping by 35.3 billion yuan ($5.5 billion) in the past two years, according to the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Families of the firefighters who died while trying to save lives in the Tianjin blasts will be granted 2.3 million yuan ($360,669) pensions.
The sex-booster herb Schisandraceae, widely used in traditional Chinese medicine for 2,000 years, has shown promise in treating HIV/AIDS.
Premier Li commended the China's 15 million teachers for contributing to China's development, two days before the National Teachers' Day.
Official says move is 'just a beginning'; convicts who committed serious crimes will not be freed
Police authorities across China will double the size of their helicopter fleets within five years, according to a police aviation official.
The first online pre-litigation mediation platform in Shanghai was put into use by a district court on Tuesday, partly in response to a rising number of civil cases involving a foreign party.
China's air force will hold a series of events and exhibitions for the public starting on Thursday, a spokesperson said Tuesday in northeast China's Changchun City.