AFTER a satellite communication facility was put into use Tuesday, China’s high plateau Hoh Xil national nature reserve in Qinghai Province has ended its era without Internet.
STAFF members at Shanghai medical institutions should keep detailed records on the physical condition and medical treatment of patients who may be victims of domestic abuse, the city’s health authorities said.
SIXTEEN men involved in four cases of lending money at exorbitant interest rates — to juveniles in most cases — with the aim of grabbing residences possessed by their targets’ families, were sentenced to prison terms of two to 16 years by Shanghai district courts Monday.
DOZENS of drawings took WeChat Moments by storm, garnering numerous likes yesterday. The paintings all come from a charity activity named, “Little Friends Gallery,” which was initiated by Tencent’s charity platform in order to help people like the painters who are diagnosed with autism, cerebral palsy and Down syndrome.
A DISTRICT in Shanghai will permanently bar people convicted of sex-related offenses from entering professions that have close contact with juveniles. It’s the latest effort to better protect minors from potential sexual assault.
CHINA will allow the development of rental housing projects on rural land on a trial basis, authorities said Monday.
A SHANGHAI tech company has been fined for making emoticons based on “comfort women,” police said.
A HIGH-PROFILE public interest litigation case about pollution in China’s Tengger Desert was settled by mediation yesterday, with the polluters agreeing to provide an environmental fund.
CHINA will shut down 6,000 noncoal mines from 2016 to 2020 to improve work safety.
CHINA’S cyberspace authority has issued a document regulating publicly posted comments.
FIVE people who were involved in posing for pictures dressed in Imperial Japanese Army uniforms in front of a stronghold used by Chinese soldiers to repel Japanese invaders during the Battle of Shanghai in 1937 received punishment for breaking the law, Shanghai police announced Wednesday.
AFTER being hit hardest by the country’s strongest typhoon of the year, China’s Guangdong Province has started to resume traffic and power supply in affected areas.
THE Chinese public has called for harsher punishment for those found guilty of sexual harassment, according to a recent survey.
BEIJING plans to develop into a global center for robotics by 2025 and has issued an industry blueprint at the ongoing World Robot Conference.
A MULTIDISCIPLINARY research team from the University of Macao (UM) achieved a significant breakthrough in a drug susceptibility test for cancer cell lines and human primary cancers, said the UM health science faculty Tuesday.
LOCAL authorities have ordered a wildlife park in Beijing to limit the number of cars driven by tourists into the park after a man was attacked by a bear.
BEIJING reported Monday the lowest record for a major air pollution indicator for a January-July period since 2013.
A CHINA-MADE AI (artificial intelligence)-based software made its debut Saturday at a seminar held in Hengyang City, Central China’s Hunan Province.
CHINA’S Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said yesterday the country will take “all appropriate measures” to defend its legal interests in response to a U.S. trade investigation that has aroused tension between the world’s two largest economies.
CHINA’S new-generation high-speed bullet train, the “Fuxing,” was put into operation yesterday on two railway lines connecting the major cities in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei area.