An economic fugitive surnamed Zhuang said he would not have fled abroad if he had known the way things would turn out.
China detained nine foreign tourists－five South Africans, three Britons and one Indian－for suspected ties to a "terror group" after authorities accused them of watching banned videos.
China has decided to extended the maximum repayment period for student loans to 20 years, according to a circular by the ministries of education and finance and the People's Bank of China on Wednesday.
Wu Zeheng, founder and leader of the cult "Huazang Zongmen", is facing criminal prosecution along with several other suspected cult members, following year-long investigations by police.
China's efforts to foster and seek international cooperation in fighting corruption are in line with and supported by international standards.
With the thermometer climbing all the way to 40 C in Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei and Shandong provinces, questions related to subsidies for high temperatures are on the rise as well.
At the 1937 exchange rate, property losses incurred by the Chinese amount to more than $100 billion, with indirect losses of $500 billion.
Over 42,000 couples in Beijing have applied to have a second child since the birth control policy was changed in February 2014, the city's family planning department said Tuesday.
Lawyer Lin Zhida could not believe that an administrative case he represented was filed within just seven days.
The Ministry of Education released a regulation on Monday urging manufacturers of school uniforms to follow national quality standards and grant more autonomy to students and parents in choosing and buying the clothes.
More than 12 million rural people are expected to shake off poverty through village-themed tourism in the next five years, according to senior tourism officials.
During the 14-year Japanese invasion of China, the Chinese suffered more than 35 million military and nonmilitary casualties, accounting for a third of the total casualties of all the countries in World War II.