Eleven online writers have jointly sued Zhou Jing, writer of The Princess Weiyoung, which has been adapted into a popular TV soap opera, for copying their work. They also sued dangdang.com, the online seller of the book.
The Chaoyang Branch of Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau launched an app named after Chaoyang residents, which is nicknamed as the "fifth largest intelligence agency" in the world by China’s internet users, in a bid to better connect the police and ordinary citizens.
New energy vehicle-sharing projects are being carried out in dozens of cities across the country, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu and Shenzhen. The new type of service is expected to fuel China's sharing economy in the next few years.
Travel agencies are pitching popular smog avoidance travel packages to attract those looking to get away from air pollution.
Those suffering from occupational diseases will receive more welfare benefits following a newly issued plan urging local governments and companies to strengthen preventive measures.
A man from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region uploaded a video of himself talking about his misfortune experience in love, particularly his loneliness after his girlfriend was away.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is back on the US's "notorious markets" list over counterfeit goods sales.
China will appoint local government heads as river chiefs across the nation to clean up and protect its water resources, said guidelines published by Chinese central authorities Sunday.
The UN Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has inscribed China's "The Twenty-Four Solar Terms" on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Drone is increasingly a popular item here in China and with it, more and more people are considering becoming certified.