Yongcheng city is monitoring the health of 16 people who have had close contact with the vendor
The complete ban would affect 34 processing enterprises and 143 designated trading venues, with dozens to be closed by the end of March 2017
Official Xinhua news agency describes the storm as the world's strongest typhoon this year and the worst to hit Fujian province since records began in 1949
Media organizations from Beijing describe the ruling as 'ill-founded' and accuse the arbitral tribunal of being 'law-abusing'
(UPDATED) The brief Xinhua despatch from Pyongyang says Kim Dong-Chul's penalty was handed down by North Korea's Supreme Court
Twitter users criticize Kathy Chen, with one asking: 'What are you hoping to achieve by working with Communist Party media?'
A total of 300,000 yuan is being made available over 3 days on Alipay, the online payment service of Alibaba, founded by Jack Ma, one of China's richest men
'This successful test flight proves that this airport is equipped with the capacity to ensure the safe operation of large civilian aircraft,' says official Xinhua news agency
After years of strict enforcement, China's population – the world's largest – is now aging rapidly, gender imbalances are severe, and its workforce is shrinking
Similar explosions happen relatively often in China, where safety regulations are often laxly enforced
(UPDATED) Police describes the blasts, which injured 51 people on the eve of China's national day, as a 'criminal case', ruling out a 'terrorist act'
(UPDATED) Despite the warm words, Xi faces deep skepticism within the powerful American business industry, from US employees at Boeing now fearing for their jobs
Xinhua notes that Hirohito never apologized for a war fought in his name, and called on his son to say sorry and seek 'forgiveness, show contrition to win trust, and express earnestness to secure harmony'
(UPDATED) About 1.58 million people in the city are affected by the typhoon by Sunday afternoon, and estimated direct economic losses are at 4 billion yuan ($644 million)
National Meteorological Center predicts the typhoon will be downgraded to a tropical depression by Sunday night
The official is found dead in a suspected suicide following a bus crash in China that killed 10 South Koreans
(UPDATED) Authorities gave the new death toll as of Saturday, June 6, in what looks likely to be China's worst shipping disaster in nearly 70 years
Several aircraft from China's People's Liberation Army (PLA), on March 30, flew over the ocean via the Bashi Channel, which runs between Taiwan and the Philippines, Xinhua reports
A commentary in the Xinhua news agency criticizes the United States as a "kibitzer" for meddling in the South China Sea issue
Chinese police detains 25 plane passengers who opened emergency exits before take-off after becoming angry that their flight was delayed by snow
China has cracked down hard on the group, whose members believe that Jesus was reincarnated as a Chinese woman, detaining and imprisoning thousands since labelling it a "cult" in the 1990s
'It is our position that whoever serves as the defense minister of Japan, the Japanese side should follow the path of peaceful development,' says Chinese defense ministry spokesman Yang Yujun
(UPDATED) Li Fei, a member of the top committee of China's rubber-stamp parliament, was forced to speak over the cries of pro-democracy lawmakers and protesters during a meeting with local officials in the southern Chinese city
The announcement comes after China announces the semi-autonomous territory's next chief executive will be elected by popular vote in 2017, but candidates must be selected by Beijing
(UPDATED) The pro-democracy group Occupy Central said it would go ahead with its threat to take over the city's Central financial district in protest, at an unspecified date
At least 8 pupils, who ranged in age from 10 to 16, were compelled to donate blood at least once a month for 7 months
Preliminary investigations show that the blast was caused by dust produced as workers polished metal meeting with high temperatures or an open flame
Six deaths from lightning strikes in Jiangxi province are reported since Friday last week
The verdicts cover spreading 'terror-related audio and video and organizing terrorist groups,' says state news agency Xinhua
The South China Sea dispute is none of America's business, says the Chinese Embassy, pointing out that the US has not even ratified the UNCLOS
In the first place, China hasn't officially 'communicated' the 10-dash line to the international community, a maritime law expert tells Rappler
'It is precisely such ambitious expansionism that is causing the tensions in the South China Sea,' Department of Foreign Affairs spokesman Charles Jose says
The official Xinhua news agency says 200 people have been arrested and more than 3,500 companies and workshops shut down for environmental violations.
China will launch 80 new pilot projects allowing private investment in areas previously dominated by state-run firms
Philippine Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario is expected to announce that Manila has filed a formal plea before the UN arbitration tribunal
Authorities say items sighted could not be verified as coming from MH370 until they were physically examined
China is accusing the Philippines of attempting construction at the disputed Ayungin Shoal off Palawan
The attacks were carried out by 'knife-wielding men' at Kunming railway station in the southwestern province of Yunnan
(UPDATED) "It came back to life! At least it is alive and so it is possible we could save it," the official Xinhua news agency quoted Pei Zhaoyu, spokesman for the lunar program, as saying
"If you are intentionally insulting me, I thank you because it shows the Philippine position is correct," said Aquino
Malacañang says it will not explain President Aquino's comparison of China to Hitler-led Germany because 'the President has the right to express his views'
Infections see a seasonal spike after China reportedly downgraded the virus
Xinhua reports masked workers fed tusks from a pile surrounded by ivory carvings into crushing machines in the southern city of Dongguan
Chinese state media says Abe’s visit to a controversial war shrine 'contrasts shamefully' with the gesture of German leaders
(2nd UPDATE) The decisions were taken by the standing committee of the National People's Congress at the conclusion of a six-day meeting
China tests the Liaoning for more than 100 times, even as the Philippines' foreign ministry considers this a 'threat'
In the days since Mandela's death, Chinese state print and broadcast media have run reports highlighting the late South African leader's praise of Mao
NASA has reversed a decision to ban 6 Chinese scientists from a space conference, Chinese state media said
The world should consider 'de-Americanizing', a commentary on China's official news agency said Sunday
More than 70 people were missing after three fishing boats sank in a powerful typhoon in the South China Sea