Excessive fine by police on dirty car plate triggers online outcryExcessive fine by police on dirty car plate triggers online outcryThree Chinese traffic police officers from Shenyang, capital of northeast China’s Liaoning province, have been given official administrative warnings after video showing them charging motorists for dirty or unclear license plates circulated on China’s social media on Thursday.

China's moon mission to boldly go a step furtherChina's moon mission to boldly go a step furtherThis time next year, there may be a new world leader in lunar exploration. If all goes according to plan, China will have done something …

China rolls out much-anticipated carbon trading system in bid to cap greenhouse gas emissionsChina rolls out much-anticipated carbon trading system in bid to cap greenhouse gas emissionsChina has launched its much-delayed carbon emissions trading system, which initially sets the carbon emissions quotas for the heavily pol…

GP shortage hampers family doctor serviceGP shortage hampers family doctor serviceDespite recent improvements to the medical cover provided by general practitioners in China, the family doctor service is still in its in…

Tencent’s WeChat to launch electronic ID cards from 2018Tencent’s WeChat to launch electronic ID cards from 2018WeChat, China’s most popular mobile application owned by tech giant Tencent, is set to launch an electronic identification card system o…

Chinese skyscraper to be auctioned onlineChinese skyscraper to be auctioned onlineA 156m (511ft) skyscraper in northern Shanxi province has been listed on Taobao, China's largest e-commerce website, by a local court.The…

Beijing gives nod to road tests of driverless carsBeijing gives nod to road tests of driverless carsBeijing has conditionally relaxed restrictions on road tests of autonomous cars, in a sign of growing enthusiasm among the domestic firms…