New traffic regulation in China takes effect

Fewer traffic accidents were reported than the previous day when a series of revised traffic rules took effect on Tuesday, the first day of 2013…

Xi Jinping calls for more reforms

General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee Xi Jinping has called for more political courage and wisdom to deepen the country’s reform…

NY Times reporter forced to leave China

A New York Times correspondent who has worked in China for more than a decade has been forced to leave the country because his visa wasn’t renewed…

Money mildewed in China Red Cross donation box

The Red Cross Society of China said that its Chengdu branch was negligent on the management of donation money at a press conference held on Thursday in Beijing…

China to launch new passes for HK, Macao residents

New passes for Hong Kong and Macao residents to travel to the Chinese mainland will be launched from January 2nd, 2013…

China requiring people to visit their aged parents

State media say the new clause will allow elderly parents who feel neglected by their children to take them to court…

China tightens Internet controls

China’s government tightened Internet controls on Friday with approval of a law that requires users to register their names…

Apple loses copyright lawsuit in China

Beijing’s court ruled Thursday that Apple is liable for the copyright infringements of eight Chinese writers…

Chinese officials suspended after school bus crash

A dozen local officials in rural eastern China have been suspended while authorities investigate the crash of an overloaded school van that killed 11 kindergartners…

Chinese scholars push for mild political reform

More than 70 prominent Chinese scholars and lawyers have urged the country’s new Communist Party leaders to undertake moderate political reforms…