Chief executive-elect Carrie Lam has vowed to pay close attention to independence advocates in the city and will counter it with strict law enforcement, as well as stepping up national education to nurture a sense of Chinese among youth from as early as kindergarten.
Prosecutors in eastern China have filed a lawsuit against a county-level environmental protection department, accusing it of "failing to fulfil its regulatory duties" in its supervision of a local sewage firm.
The leaders of Taiwan and China have not met for talks in more than 65 years, but on Saturday, after two years of planning and preparation, all of that changed.
The mainland has ended its controversial one-child policy, and all couples will now be allowed to have two children. But what does this mean for the country's economic and social development in the future?
When students misbehave, many school teachers in the mainland use a similar way to punish their students. But one teacher in Sichuan has taken it to the next level.
The Communist Party has pledged to boost Hong Kong's role in China's economic development and opening up to the outside world in the document adopted at its fifth plenum, which ended yesterday.
China announced the end of its hugely controversial one-child policy on Thursday, after decades of strict, sometimes brutal enforcement.
“Hey, have you guys heard what's going on in China? President Xi Jinping's new style?"
China is trying out a new approach this week. A hipster pop music video featuring a song performed in American accents drums up its latest five-year social and economic plan.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has sought assurance from President Xi Jinping, who is on a state visit to UK, that Hongkongers would be able to choose their own leader.
Glass bridges give you the feeling of walking on air, and allow you to appreciated the jaw dropping view. Of course, you need to not be terrified of heights, and have a great amount of trust in the people who built the bridge. So, yeah . . .