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Passengers using mobile phone on planes face $7,500 fine

[2016-08-10 11:12]

Passengers using mobile phones on planes might face 50,000 yuan ($7,515) fine, according to a latest draft amendment to the country’s Civil Aviation Law that was published on Monday by the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

Lawmakers from ROK seek solution

[2016-08-10 09:50]

The controversy surrounding the China visit of six lawmakers from the Republic of Korea demonstrates split opinion and the opposition ROK President Park Geun-hye faces in her decision to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system.

Envoy rebuffs Diaoyu accusations

[2016-08-10 08:23]

The Chinese ambassador to Japan on Tuesday rebuffed Tokyo's protests over the presence of Chinese ships around the Diaoyu Islands.

Type-96B seen as pillar of nation's tank force

[2016-08-10 07:42]

China's military is likely to deploy the Type-96B tank as the pillar of its tank fleet, replacing most of its old models, observers said.

Accounts used by officials to cover up bribes are eliminated

[2016-08-10 07:38]

Following the implementation in January of harsher rules against bribes and gifts, provincial governments are abolishing special accounts that have been misused by officials to hide ill-gotten gains.

Top procuratorate investigates two senior officials

[2016-08-09 13:37]

The Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) announced on Tuesday that it has started investigations into two former senior officials.

New lab will explore South China Sea resources

[2016-08-09 01:43]

China will open a laboratory in Hainan province in November that will focus on the use of marine resources in the South China Sea, a provincial official said.

Expert: Lawyers should abide by law

[2016-08-08 08:46]

Attorneys should not make use of legal cases to violate laws, and would be penalized for that in any country, a leading China studies expert said on Friday.

Lawyers should not break law by stirring up trouble

[2016-08-08 07:29]

Attorneys should not use cases to violate country's laws, or will be penalized in any country, a leading China studies expert said on Friday.

China slams Japanese defense minister's remarks

[2016-08-05 19:21]

China expressed its strong indignation over Japanese defense minister's remarks on the Nanking Massacre on Friday, urging Tokyo to face up to history and not challenge the world order.

Former Beijing official stands trial for bribery

[2016-08-05 13:22]

A former senior official with the Beijing government went on trial Thursday for allegedly taking bribes totaling 1.9 million U.S. dollars, a local court said Friday.

Activist accused of subversion pleads guilty

[2016-08-05 09:35]

An activist accused of damaging national security by spreading subversive thoughts and conducting anti-national activities pleaded guilty at Tianjin No 2 Intermediate People's Court on Friday.

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