Huang Xingguo, mayor of Tianjin and a member of 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, has been placed under investigation on suspicion of corruption, bringing the number of committee members investigated or convicted to 10.
Huang, 61, was said to have "seriously violated Party discipline", a phrase that often refers to corruption, according to a statement from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, China's top anti-graft watchdog, on Saturday.
Baidu’s Douyu TV is marketed as a game live streaming site akin to Twitch.tv. But unlike Twitch, the site has a surprising number of videos that have little to do with video games.
A number of Douyu channels are operated by young camgirls—online hostesses, to use the hormone economy term—who entertain their followers with pretty faces and teasing conversation while enticing them to buy virtual gifts that convert into real cash.
Liyuan Dog Market, the largest dog market in northern China, is closing after years of popularity and scandals.
According to the official notice, the government decided to close the market to “strike a blow at the low-end dog breeding industry,” which is primarily concentrated in Tongzhou District. The district government said it is committed to cleaning up breeding practices within two years.
Alipay on screen in a Hong Kong store.
Alibaba's financial affiliate Ant Financial on Thursday said its popular payment service Alipay has received a third-party payment license in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Monetary Authority on Thursday issued the first five stored value facilities (SVF) licenses to Alipay, Tenpay of Alibaba's rival Tencent, HKT Payment, TNG and Octopus.
Chinese passengers on high-speed trains are soon to end their days suffering from weak network signals as WiFi is to be installed on the trains in December, Xinhua News Agency reports.
Satellite transceivers, devices used for transmitting WiFi signals, have been installed on trains for further testing.
It is estimated that the WiFi will be officially up and running by December 2016.
Students' information is easily collected and sold to scammers who prey on trusting people
Xu Yuyu, a college-bound student, died from a sudden heart attack on Sunday after tuition fees raised by her family were swindled in a telephone scam.
The 18-year-old from Linyi, Shandong province, scored 568 points on her college entrance exam this year and was admitted to Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
The world’s first elevated bus has taken its first test drive in china’s qinhuangdao, hebei province this week. the giant vehicle spans 22 meters long, nearly 8 meters wide, and reaches almost 5 meters above the tops of cars, soaring over traffic, decreasing gridlock, and speeding up ordinary vehicular travel. accommodating more than 300 passengers, the bus straddles the road, allowing personal vehicles to pass safely underneath.
Popular APPs in Chinese smartphone market.
The Ministry of Transport of China released the country's first nationwide regulation on APP car-hailing services on Thursday, offering legitimacy for the booming industry.
The car-hailing services have been popular in China in recent years to meet with people's travel demands, but they operate in a gray area of the law. Private cars are prohibited taking paid rides.
July 20th 2016, Tiananmen Square Beijing.
From the south to the north, with record-breaking downpours, flooding, landslides and loss of lives, China is coping with a seemingly endless string of extreme weather conditions and disasters this summer. And it is bracing for more.
President Xi Jinping has called for the nation to be fully prepared for the huge floods that are expected along some of the country's major rivers.
Y-20, China's homegrown large transport aircraft, officially joined the People's Liberation Army Air Force on 6th July 2016.
With a maximum takeoff weight of 200 tonnes, the Y-20 is ideal for transporting cargo and personnel over long distances in diverse weather conditions.
At 5:30 am 5th July 2016, Beijing International Airport, Beijing Custom caught Foreign female for drug transport, the suspect hided 1117.5 Grams Cocaine in her body and her tailor-made underware.
Chinese internet firm LeEco Holdings Co Ltd is ready to sell smartphones and TV sets in the United States after the rapidly rising company purchased a 20.23-hectare development site in Santa Clara, California.
Jia Yueting, founder of LeEco, said in an internal letter: "We have outcompeted several global giants to get the land and it will be used as our global headquarters."
A frigate of Chinese navy launches a missile during a military exercise in the water area near south China's Hainan Island and Xisha islands, July 8, 2016. Chinese navy conducted an annual combat drill in the water area near south China's Hainan Island and Xisha islands on Friday.