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 considering adjusting subsidies for new energy carsChina considering adjusting subsidies for new energy carsChina is planning to further reduce the cumbrous subsidies for new energy cars, as Beijing is mulling a ban on the production and sales o…

Better quality growth aheadBetter quality growth aheadGDP will moderate to 6.5% next year, amid robust consumption and exports China will see softened growth in the coming quarters due to ti…

Chinese police say no sexual abuse in Beijing kindergarten was foundChinese police say no sexual abuse in Beijing kindergarten was foundBeijing police said on Tuesday night (Beijing time) that they had not found evidence showing there was sexual abuse of children at a Beij…

China aims to curb irrational investmentChina aims to curb irrational investmentEnterprises violating overseas investment rules will be blacklisted and face 39 penalties imposed by the nation's top regulators as China…

Nation unveils manufacturing upgrade planNation unveils manufacturing upgrade planChina released a three-year action plan to upgrade manufacturing sectors such as new materials, shipbuilding and railway vehicles to catc…

Bill Gates selected as academician of China’s highest engineering academic instituteBill Gates selected as academician of China’s highest engineering academic instituteCo-founder of Microsoft Bill Gates has been selected as an academician of China’s highest engineering academic institution, Chinese Acad…