The Ministry of Transport has urged regional authorities to review the carpooling business, saying that social networking services of related apps have strayed from its original goal.
A number of passengers have been banned from flying for one year after their unruly behavior caused disruptions, according to authorities in Liaoning Province.
China's infrastructure investment has continued its slowdown, but there’s good reason for it and potential is still huge, said Liu Aihua, spokeswoman for the National Bureau of Statistics, on Tuesday.
An industry standard will be released to end the chaos surrounding the labeling of production dates on bottles of baijiu, a pungent white liquor in China, said Song Shuyu, the secretary-general of the Chinese Alcoholic Drinks Association.
Authorities have started demolishing Guang'an Zhonghai Electronics Market, the last wholesale market for used computer parts, cellphones and accessories along Zhongguancun Avenue, a technology hub in Beijing's Haidian District.
The equipment, developed by the Guangzhou Institute of Biomedicine and Health and the Chinese Academy of Science, passed review and was accepted on Tuesday. The research is listed as a key state science and technology project.
Two original manuscripts by Karl Max and Friedrich Engels will be put up for auction on May 21, said Beijing Council International Auction.
The trade dispute with the United States has not shown an impact on China’s economy so far, said Liu Aihua, spokeswoman for the National Bureau of Statistics, on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Ecology and Environmental has launched a comprehensive campaign against all kinds of illegal development in protected natural reserve land along the Yangtze River, China’s longest river.
Wild panda families have been spotted many times by infrared cameras in northwest China's Baishuijiang National Nature Reserve since late last year.