China steps up censorship on booming short video industryChina steps up censorship on booming short video industryShort video platforms which stormed into China's internet over the past two years will be subjected to stricter censorship and potentially higher costs after authorities introduced new regulations ranging from barring defaming the Communist Party leaders to sexual moaning.

Health insurance fraud prompts Chinese authorities to step up supervisionHealth insurance fraud prompts Chinese authorities to step up supervisionTwo hospitals in Shenyang, the capital of Northeast China's Liaoning Province, have been ordered to suspend operations and all patients h…

Chinese scientist faces condemnation over claims of gene editing babiesChinese scientist faces condemnation over claims of gene editing babiesThe claims by a Chinese scientist that he had helped make the world's first genetically edited babies has sparked condemnation at home an…

China to investigate whether ‘shocking’ gene-edited twin experiment by He Jiankui broke the lawChina to investigate whether ‘shocking’ gene-edited twin experiment by He Jiankui broke the lawChina’s science authorities vowed on Tuesday to get to the bottom of whether biologist He Jiankui bypassed regulations to create what he…

China designs AI textbooks for kindergartens amid push for technological leadershipChina designs AI textbooks for kindergartens amid push for technological leadershipChina has now expanded artificial intelligence (AI) education to kindergarten pupils in its push to develop AI prowess, which the country…

Executives sacked, employees arrested for faking Quanzhou C9 leak amountExecutives sacked, employees arrested for faking Quanzhou C9 leak amountA petrochemical company is under scrutiny after covering up facts in a chemical leak which happened in Quanzhou, southeast China's Fujian…

Liu Qiangdong's lawyer slams Reuters' report on the Chinese billionaire's alleged rape caseLiu Qiangdong's lawyer slams Reuters' report on the Chinese billionaire's alleged rape caseThe lawyer for JD.com's founder and CEO Liu Qiangdong, also known as Richard Liu in the English-speaking world, has slammed Reuters for i…