A group of civilians and businesspeople organized by the China Association for the Promotion of Patriotism and Support for the Armed Forces (CAPPSAF) visited the Liaoning, the country's first aircraft carrier, on Friday
Organizers said this year's adult exhibition will be "sexy but not inappropriate," as the annual China International Adult Toys & Reproductive Health Exhibition kicked off on April 12, the Shanghai Evening Post reported.
Beijing transportation authorities confirmed that the municipality will adjust its taxi fare pricing system as part of the measures taken to increase access to taxis, Beijing News reported.
The 3rd Beijing Reading Season, held by 17 institutions including Beijing's municipal Party committee propaganda department and Beijing's press and publication bureau, started on Friday, advocating a social trend of reading more good books.
A guideline on how to lodge a lawsuit over a traffic accident, and a brochure giving details of 12 typical cases, were published in Beijing on Friday.
A growing number of Chinese citizens are generating their own electricity and looking to sell what they do not need or use.
Beijing traffic authorities said that jaywalkers will be fined starting on May 6, the Beijing News reported.
All influenza network laboratories in the 31 provincial regions on China's mainland are now capable of testing for the H7N9 bird flu virus, the National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) said Friday.
A government official from Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, was expelled from the Communist Party for using the services of prostitutes during a visit to Beijing.
A business credit rating system will be fully implemented in China this year, the China International Economic and Trade Exchange Promotion Association said in Beijing on Thursday.