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China needs 1,500 ethnic judges by 2020


A total of 1,500 judges from ethnic groups will help ethnic people effectively solve legal problems by 2020, China's top court said on Thursday.

Foreigner detained after parachuting from Beijing skyscraper


A foreigner who parachuted from a skyscraper under construction in Beijing's Chaoyang district will be detained for 10 days for disturbing public order, district police said recently.

Facial recognition technology helps Chinese police solve crimes


When a man walked into a residential area monitored by video camera in a central Chinese county one recent morning, it immediately triggered the alarm in a local police station.

Guangdong pooling resources to better tackle crime


The Guangdong Public Security Department signed a cooperative agreement on Wednesday with the People’s Public Security University of China to jointly develop an intelligent police force.

Authorities introduce new measure to deal with bike congestion


In the latest move to resolve the congestion problems caused by shared bikes, authorities in Shanghai are ordering operators to register their bikes electronically.

China says cyberspace main battleground to fight porn


China's leading task-force fighting pornography has said the internet is its "main battleground" and it will maintain high pressure on such activities.

Measures to ring in the changes for traveling mobile internet users


Tomb Sweeping Festival saw many people travel across the country and mobile internet service fees increase. But the situation will change this year.

Suspect caught smuggling ivory products into China


A suspect has been caught trying to smuggle 18 pieces of ivory products weighing a total of 1.725 kg into China, customs officials have said.