Millions of Chinese government officials and civil servants will be asked to learn ancient Chinese classics - or "guoxue" - as part of a patriotic course.
Environmental protection authorities have reined in polluters by using the "teeth" of regulations and laws to levy record fines in the first four months of the year, prompting polluters to clean up their acts, a senior environmental official said.
Laws to reflect changes as Chinese buy more from abroad after domestic scandals
China increased its alert against the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) over the past week, as the country's first patient, a South Korean national, recovers in the hospital.
Pay-per-view homegrown TV dramas may debut on the Internet as early as next year, China National Radio reported on Sunday, citing sources at the 21st Shanghai TV Festival.
Beijing is calling for volunteers to help implement the capital city's strict new anti-smoking laws, Beijing Times reports.
An international gang of drug smugglers with over 50 juveniles used as drug mules has been busted in southwest China's Yunnan Province.
Foundation stems from cooperation memorandum signed during Modi's May visit
The Chinese mainland plans to remove the entry permit requirement for Taiwan residents, according to an announcement made on Sunday at the seventh Straits Forum in Xiamen, Fujian province.
Saturday saw the introduction of a real-name registration system for the purchase of tickets to visit the Palace Museum.
Expert says problem may be rooted in poor construction practices or a bad building site
Former top legislator Qiao Shi, a leading figure in China's endeavors to build up its legal system through more than two decades until the 1990s, has died aged 91.