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A Biblically named restaurant in China where patrons can pay whatever they want -- or nothing at all -- has shown that while loving your neighbor may be laudable, it is a risky business model.
 
A 10-year-old Chinese boy jumped 30 floors to his death after failing to write a self-criticism letter demanded by his teacher, state media reported Thursday.
 
Beijing airport bomber on trial, on stretcher
A disabled Chinese man who set off a homemade explosive device at Beijing's international airport went on trial Tuesday, still suffering from the effects of the blast.
 
The number of dollar billionaires in mainland China has passed 300 for the first time, an annual ranking of wealth in the world's second-largest economy showed Wednesday.
 
China said on Wednesday that it will ditch 76 pointless official -- and sometimes obscure -- awards as it seeks to rein in waste and extravagance, part of President Xi Jinping's crusade against pervasive corruption.
 
China unveiled on Monday tough measures to stop the spread of what the government calls irresponsible rumors, threatening three years in jail if untrue posts online are widely reposted, drawing an angry response from Chinese internet users.
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Peking's Rubber Duck isn't all that it's quacked up to be, complaints over fee
China's first authentic version of the giant Rubber Duck that has made a splash around the world and inspired fakes across the country made its debut Friday -- but some complained that visitors had to pay to see it.
 
One of China's most popular microbloggers received a huge outpouring of sympathy Friday after announcing online that he has cancer.
 
A Chinese forensic expert who questioned the murder conviction of top politician Bo Xilai's wife has resigned one of her positions, state media said Monday, just as Bo's trial date was announced.
 
China hopes to suspend its laws governing foreign investment in proposed free trade zones, the cabinet said, in a sign the world's second-biggest economy could open further to foreign competition.
 
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