Director wins suit over film profits
China's civil servants must take exams and be evaluated on their legal knowledge, according to an official document issued on Thursday.
Alibaba fights fake university, shopping malls
Fake universities and shopping malls are the latest to be added to the long list of knockoffs that China's e-commerce giant Alibaba is fighting.
Former airline officials stand trial for graft
Two former officials with China Southern Airlines stood trial for suspected bribery in the intermediate people's court of Shenzhen City on Wednesday.
Ex-military leader to be prosecuted on corruption charge
Guo Boxiong, a former senior military leader, will be charged with corruption, China announced on Tuesday while pressing ahead with its anti-graft campaign.
Governor appears in court over land seizure dispute
A deputy provincial governor in Guizhou Province appeared in court on Monday over a land seizure dispute with a farmer, a remarkable event since China changed the law last year to make it easier for citizens to sue the government.
Former vice governor of Hainan sentenced to 12 years for corruption
Ji Wenlin, former vice governor of South China's Hainan province, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for corruption on Wednesday.