China will implement a new classification system of jobs with special priority given to green roles as the country pushes environmental sectors of the economy.
A former senior official, Huang Shaoxiong, had his sentence reduced to 20 years and 9 months' imprisonment because of good behavior.
A draft legislation has been drawn up in Beijing to protect the Good Samaritans in the capital from false accusations by people they help.
Second drive to raise awareness launched
Chinese who are out of the country now have easy access to emergency services and can keep themselves updated on local Chinese worker unions with Overseas Chinese Call, a mobile app released by the All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese.
Residents of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region are celebrating Naadam, the traditional games festival known as the world's second-oldest Olympics.
Immersed in a cloud of sawdust, carpenter Dainzhen Lhamo vigorously gouged scratches into a newly carved door using a steel brush, marring the entrance to a half-finished wooden house in the town of Dukezong.
According to the Chinese recruiting website 51job.com, multinational companies still top the workplaces at which English is needed.
A report shows the United States became China's biggest online exporter in 2014, in particular for education, healthcare and food products.
El Nino's impact on China is expected to last until the end of this year and the country could have stronger typhoons and a longer typhoon season.
Six tourists from the Chinese mainland were detained for beating ground staffers in an airport in Hong Kong after flight delay caused public anger.
Shaolin Temple in Henan province has condemned an online attack against its abbot last week as slander and has turned to the police for help.