Auditors nationwide will keep a close eye on officials in three key areas of accountability: government debt, natural resources and implementation of the central government's frugality campaign.Special: China Cracks Down on Graft
Inspectors said 10 members of staff had no health certificates. The shop is also suspected of reprocessing the leftovers and serving them as new dishes to customers.
Alarm has been triggered by claims that genetically modified rice that has not been approved for sale is being supplied illegally in a number of provinces.
Tsering is a successful farmer and businessman who says his main aim is to get rich - but two decades ago his life could not have been more different.
Muslim extremists from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region have gone to the Middle East for training and some may have crossed into Iraq.
Trial production of the TA600 aircraft, intended to be the world's largest amphibious aircraft, has started in China following completion of the design process.
Thirty Chinese salsa dance enthusiasts will fly to Cuba in September for an intensive certification process but they may find time for some sun and fun on the beach as well.
US-based OSI Group, owner of the Shanghai Husi Food, bids to repair its reputation with big investment in a 3-year food safety education campaign in China.
Forty-eight people have been confirmed dead and 10 injured after a Taiwan plane, with 58 people on board, made a failed emergency landing in Penghu.
An Illinois-born businessman launched his China History Podcast program to 'explain China to the Americans and spread goodwill between the two peoples'.