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Guangdong police detain 62 economic fugitives in first seven months of year


Police in Guangdong province detained 62 economic fugitives in the first seven months of the year, recovering assets valued at more than 60 million yuan ($9.23 million), a senior police officer said on Friday.

Abbot accused of sexual harassment


China's top religious affairs regulator said on Thursday that Master Xuecheng, abbot of the Beijing-based Longquan Temple and head of the Buddhist Association of China, is under investigation after being accused in a 95-page report of various violations, including sexual harassment of several nuns.

Anti-counterfeiting alliance grows to 105 members


Several international brands, including Adidas and Microsoft, have joined a team combating the online sale of counterfeit products that was formed by e-commerce giant Alibaba Group last year, Alibaba said on Friday.

Rules proposed for hutong tourism


Companies that conduct tours of Beijing's classic alleys, or hutong, should only be allowed to take groups to lanes that display traditional culture or contain historical sites, according to a draft guideline from the city government.

Major websites targeted for vulgar content


To better regulate the internet and online operators, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism has begun monitoring more closely the activities of online animation and music streaming providers.

Prosecutors: Nurses beat mentally ill patient


Five nurses from a private hospital in Kunming, Yunnan province, who allegedly assaulted a mentally ill patient in January, were accused of intentional injury on Wednesday by local prosecutors.

21 arrested over online fund-raising fraud


A group of 21 suspects have been arrested for allegedly cheating over 20,000 people of more than 900 million yuan ($132 million), police in Guangzhou, capital of South China's Guangdong province, said Tuesday.

Shanghai court dishes out record fine for copyright infringement


The Shanghai Intellectual Property Court has ordered a Shanghai-based Chinese company to pay a record high compensation of 15.05 million yuan ($2.2 million) to a European software company for infringement of copyright.