The loosened birth policy has ignited parent demand for Xuequfang, literally school district houses, as the country's education authorities require that public schools enroll pupils from designated areas.
Traffic police in Shenzhen will fine drivers driving into heavily congested crossroads, even if the green light is on. The new traffic measures starts on Sunday, the Nanfang Daily reported.
After enjoying the fresh service of new bike-lending initiative Mobike, many users have begun to complain of its flaws, reported Beijing Daily.
Business 20, a major support group for the G20 from industrial and commercial circles, has called on world leaders to make clear and transparent policies, as well as effective standards for handling disputes, to curb rising protectionism in international investment.
There is a saying that, "People tend to feel sleepy in spring, doze in summer and feel tired in autumn."
China's major telecom operators have announced plans to cancel domestic roaming charges as they are instead turning to 4G services as a major source of profit.
China launched the world's first quantum experiment satellite on Tuesday, taking a big step in building a space-based quantum communication network that would be virtually uncrackable.
A match is played best 4 of 7 games. For each game, the first player to reach 11 points wins that game, however a game must be won by at least a two point margin.
In accordance with the Chinese central bank's requirement, the Payment and Clearing Association of China has issued a draft rule to regulate QR code payment business, setting security standards that institutions must follow.
The Olympic Truce Wall was unveiled in the Olympic Village of the Rio Olympics on Monday, four days before the Opening Ceremony of the 2016 Games.