A former academic researcher who was tricked into working for telecom fraud gangs in Myanmar more than a year ago has returned to China, according to a social media post from the man, who wrote that he hopes his story can provide a warning to others.
CCAFC responded on Wednesday to an online rumor about 10 million yuan in assistance funds being stolen, stating that the individual involved is not a member of their staff and is suspected of fraud. The suspect has been detained by police and is currently under investigation.
China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the Ministry of Public Security on Wednesday jointly released a notice to strengthen the standardized management of large-scale commercial performance events with an audience of more than 5,000 people.
Organizers of large performances will be designated "untrustworthy entities" if they don't make at least 85 percent of their tickets available to the public, according to a recent circular.
Six people were killed and five were wounded in a tower crane collapse accident during its hoisting process at a bridge construction site in Jianyang city, Sichuan province on Wednesday morning.
China is playing an increasingly important role in the global energy transition, not only making significant strides in energy storage and grid development but also optimizing user-side electricity demand mechanisms.
Foreigners will be able to make appointments and inquiries related to their visas and other documents starting from Oct 9 on the government service platform of the National Immigration Administration.
The State Council, China's Cabinet, unveiled a plan last month to boost the high-quality development of Shenzhen Park in the Hetao sci-tech zone, which is jointly being developed by Shenzhen and Hong Kong.
An unapproved golf course has been operating for over a decade in a desertified area in Yulin, Shaanxi province, raising concerns about illegal construction and environmental impact. Local government is investigating the case.
About 190 million passenger trips are expected to be made via China's national railway network during the upcoming National Day holiday, also known as the Golden Week.
Middle school students in Shanghai are the least likely to smoke, to have attempted smoking or used an e-cigarette, according to a smoking indicator survey of the nation's middle school students.
Wang Bin, former Party chief and chairman of the China Life Insurance, was sentenced to the death penalty with a two-year reprieve on Tuesday due to taking bribes of about 325 million yuan ($44.5 million) and concealing overseas deposits of about 56.4 million yuan.
MOE has issued provisional measures for imposing administrative penalties for illegal off-campus tutoring. The penalty provisions came about two years after China's most stringent measures to relieve students' burden, dubbed the "double reduction."
Customs officials at the Huanggang port in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, recently apprehended a woman attempting to smuggle alien species into the Chinese mainland.
The Supreme People's Procuratorate and the Ministry of Public Security said on Tuesday they would strengthen joint supervision and handling of major cross-border online fraud cases to combat such crimes and domestic co-perpetrators.
China will make Fujian province, which faces the island of Taiwan across the sea, a demonstration zone for the integrated development across the Taiwan Strait, according to a circular released on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Education has tightened the supervision of off-campus training agencies to create a healthier environment for students' development.
Landslides triggered by Typhoon Haikui's remnants combined with monsoons have claimed seven lives and left three missing in Yulin, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, according to local authorities.
The effort has created a total 250,000 jobs in about 25,000 townships nationwide, Kuaishou said in a report released on Tuesday.
The Chinese government held an inter-ministerial joint meeting in Beijing on Friday to discuss strengthening protection for pangolins by combating the illegal trade and conserving habitats.
Tsokhe village of Gyalze county in the Tibet autonomous region has been developing ethnic-featured industries to financially benefit its rural residents and promote vitalization.
The so-called overseas secret police stations are a concept deliberately fabricated and hyped up by anti-China forces and some foreign officials.
Great efforts should be made in education and innovation around cybersecurity to help the country strengthen its security system and governance capability, an official from China's top internet regulator said.
China's water resources management strategy that prioritizes water conservation offers viable solutions for countries around the world, as they strive to cope with mounting water-related challenges amid climate change.
A total of 164 suspects involved in online fraud were handed over to Chinese police by Lao law enforcement officials and brought back to China on Monday, said the Ministry of Public Security.
The Japanese government and Tokyo Electric Power Company have been sued for discharging nuclear-contaminated water into the sea but they still plan further releases despite protests at home and abroad.
A self-service center for the Macao government began operating on Monday in the Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone on Hengqin Island in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, providing high-quality services for local business representatives and residents.
China's top online sales host Li Jiaqi apologized on Monday after he blamed viewers who found the price of an eyebrow pen expensive, that they were not working hard enough to make more money during a live-streaming session.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the China Post recently issued a commemorative stamp inspired by the country's commitment to building a global community of shared future.
At least 2,012 people have died and more than 2,059 injured in the disaster, according to the local authorities on Sunday morning.