|China to toughen regulation on online ads|
China will intensify efforts to regulate online commercials following public ire over deceptive online advertising.
|China to tighten watch on discipline violations during holidays|
Minister of Supervision Huang Shuxian on Wednesday ordered the continued "cranking up of pressure" to snub out extravagance and other undesirable work styles, especially with the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays just around the corner.
|Tsinghua University teacher loses over ten million yuan in telecom scam|
A photo of a police notification relating to a Tsinghua University teacher who was swindled out of a vast sum of money in a telecom scam has been attracting attention online.
|Places in China start to ban IV infusion in outpatient service|
It's reported medical authorities in many Chinese provinces and cities have banned intravenous infusions by outpatient services at major hospitals.
|Outlaw disguises as monk for 16 years brought to justice|
Getting away with murder, switching identities, getting a job as a janitor in a temple, rising through the ranks to become abbot, elected as a political advisor and becoming chairman of local Buddhist Association - you can't say that the last 16 years of Zhang Liwei's life hasn't been somewhat dramatic.
|China's first charity law to take effect Thursday|
The Charity Law, passed by national lawmakers in March this year, will take effect on Thursday in a move to ease restrictions on the fundraising and operational activities of charity groups.
|Campus anti-sex attacker map becomes online hit|
Kang Chenwei, a junior student at Beijing Normal University, has drawn a map by hand and posted it on his WeChat account. This map outlines the places where female students should look out for potential attackers.
|Should divorce decree details be made public?|
China's top court issued new rules on the disclosure of judgments and verdicts online, stating that five kinds of decrees related to private and classified information should not be posted online, as a privacy protection measure.
|China adds 7 new free trade zones|
Chinese authorities will set up 7 new free trade zones (FTZs) across the country, bringing the total number to 11 as China looks to replicate the success of previous trials.
|A SMART virtual journey - G20 Innovation theme in practice|
The G20 Summit in Hangzhou is being billed a crucial opportunity to reset the world economy, to reimagine and implement new ways of working together in the first, developing and third worlds. How do concepts discussed at the summit actually mean to people?
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