|China Cuts Retail Fuel Prices Again|
China's top economic planner says that Chinese drivers will enjoy lower gasoline and diesel fuel prices starting from Wednesday.
|Railway Resumes after Heavy Rain Lashes NW China|
A rail route damaged by heavy rain in Xi'an City, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, resumed operation on Tuesday, local authorities said.
|French Expert Weighs in on MH370 Debris|
Pascal Roaches, an aerospace professor at France's School of Aerospace Engineering, released a statement on Monday claiming that despite the possible discovery of a piece of wreckage from MH370, more information is needed to discover the plane's fate.
|China Brings Labor Education to Primary Schools|
China will revitalize labor education in primary and middle schools over the next three to five years, according to a document of the Ministry of Education (MOE).
|Gov't Encourages Two-and-half Day Weekend|
An official of China's tourism authority stated recently that the government is encouraging employees to provide a two-and-half day long weekend during hot summer days.
|Senior Volleyball Official Being Investigated for Graft|
A senior volleyball official with China's General Administration of Sport (GAS) is under investigation for graft, said China's top discipline inspection agency Tuesday.
|Nanjing Issues New Rules for Child Protection|
The local government in Nanjing has issued new rules on child protection. Parents in that city could face criminal charges if they leave any child under 6-year-old, or those with physical disabilities, on their own.
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