Taxi fares in China's capital will rise but by how much has not been officially confirmed yet, Beijing News reported Friday.
Women in Shanghai may enjoy the most privileges among their national counterparts, a new survey has found.
Beijing plans to add 135,805 parking spaces in 16 districts and counties, as well as the Yizhuang Development Zone, Beijing Times reported Thursday citing the Beijing Municipal Commission.
China's newly-elected chief justice has called for bravery in pushing for judical reform by local courts.
China plans to ask people to present their ID cards when they apply for fixed-line telephone services or buy wireless Internet cards.
Detailed rules for migrant workers who want to apply for government-subsidized houses in cities will be released in eight months.
China has announced a new project to fight the H7N9 virus, and plan to develop a vaccine within seven months.
China's ocean watchdog vowed to ban offshore projects that cause marine pollution.
The top health authority is set to issue a regulation ordering mandatory use of a computerized organ allocation system by hospitals.
President Xi Jinping inspected troops from the South Sea Fleet of the People's Liberation Army navy in Sanya, Hainan province, on Tuesday morning.