Sociologist Li Yinhe advocates creating policy that gives single women same privileges as married ones to freeze their eggs for use in the future.
Health authorities nationwide were told on Monday to improve coordination with their education counterparts and tell schools regularly of HIV infection among their students to better fight increasing cases of the disease.
The Ministry of Culture released a blacklist of 120 immoral songs and ordered relative units to remove them.
China is reforming the way compensation is determined for environmental damage as legal cases involving pollution are increasing quickly and unified national assessment standards are needed, experts said.
A central heating project began construction in Ngari prefecture, the highest region in Southwest China's plateau region of Tibet, on Monday.
The International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics opened in Beijing on Monday, with Vice-President Li Yuanchao attending the opening ceremony.
Beijing has phased out more than 217,000 vehicles with excessive exhaust emissions in the first seven months of the year, reaching the annual target five months ahead.
Over half of Chinese white-collar workers sit all day in offices without getting any exercise, and one-third work an extra five hours a week, according to a survey by Zhaopin.com.
A girl from Northeast China's Jilin province, has sparked heated debate online after reportedly attempting suicide for failing to be awarded a first-class scholarship.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expeced to include the words "apology" and "aggression" on the 70th anniversary of the end of World War WWII.
The Catholic diocese in Anyang, Henan province, has ordained the country's first Catholic bishop recognized by China's religious authorities and the Roman Catholic Church.
The Chinese government is encouraging people to work 4.5 days a week in a bid to bolster tourism amid the flagging economy.