During Spring Festival, many Chinese cities with large migrant populations become empty when these workers return to their hometowns for family reunions.
Airports and railway stations have always been places where illegal taxis concentrate. Beijing is no exception.
The State Council, China's Cabinet, held a specific gathering on food safety in Beijing on Tuesday. Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli, who is in charge of food safety, said at the meeting that although the authorities at various levels in food safety have strengthened their supervision last year.
China Securities Regulatory Commission and Securities and Futures Commissions of Hong Kong jointly announced on Friday, the Shenzhen-Hong Kong stock connect mechanism will be launched on Dec 5.
To improve the supervision system, the relationship between the supervisory and prosecutorial bodies should be further straightened out.
One after another, hospitals have introduced online registration platforms to gradually reform their traditional registration systems.
Beijing launched an interim regulation on residence permits on Thursday, which said the capital will introduce a new residence permit system for non-native residents on October 1.
According to media reports, 102 online food providers came together in one residential community in Beijing to form a "takeaway meal village". The hygiene conditions in the village were terrible and nine of them were operating without a license. Still, these meal providers were popular.
The Beijing Development and Reform Commission has reportedly fined China United Airlines for charging passengers to choose their seats from March 29 to Dec 23, 2015.
On Friday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang hosted a 1+6 roundtable dialogue in Beijing with the heads of six major international organizations.
The toxic scares in schools should remind us that the current national standards are too low to guarantee the safety and health of students, and they therefore need improving.
The meeting pointed out the construction of Beijing's subsidiary center is not only necessary to ease some of the capital's "big city diseases", but also to propel the collaborative development of Beijing,
Beijing government has long been considering charging a congestion fee in urban areas to reduce vehicle emissions