The Chinese navy announced 10 days of military training in the waters near eastern Hainan Island in the South China Sea starting on Wednesday, amid heightened tensions in the region.
There seems no limit to what can be bought via the Internet and Taobao, China's largest online retailer, has pushed the boundaries further.
Guangdong police have detained 210 suspects after busting an illegal fundraising company in a special operation, a senior police officer in the southern province said.
China will continue its focus on economic development and maintain the "medium-high growth rate" of its economy, China's top leaders said.
Ling Jihua, the former vice chairman of China's top political advisory body, has been expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC) and removed from public office.
Chinese legal authorities have ordered prosecutors to explain the handling of influential or controversial cases to stakeholders and the public as part of a legal education drive.
The Ministry of National Defense expressed its opposition to frequent and close-in US reconnaissance of China on Monday.
Thirty-two gold ornaments stolen from ancient Chinese tombs and held by French collectors were formally handed over to northwest China's Gansu Provincial Museum on Monday.
China is considering a ban on exaggerated claims in cosmetics ads such as "skin as white as a newborn within a week".
Memetili, who is now under custody in a detention center in Urumqi. He had wanted to join what he was told was jihad – the Holy War.
Seven people were injured after a gas blast rocked a student dormitory at a northwest China university on Monday morning.
The remain of a soldier who died in the Battle of Changsha, in Central China's Hunan province during Chinese People's War against Japanese Aggression, is buried at Anxianyuan Revolutionary Martyrs' Cemetery in Hangzhou in East China's Zhejiang province on July 19, 2015.