Recent and archived articles by Laurie Chen
German company apologises and promises to investigate bad-tempered online exchanges with followers after promotion goes off the rails.
Xian Lizhixing Automobile investigated by carmaker and Xian trade officialsDealer was found to have misled customers about car financing options
Teenager was just a year old when he went missing in 2001 from property in which his parents were bludgeoned to deathMan he called ‘dad’ now behind bars awaiting trial for double murder and kidnap
Education bureau says pitch using tech giant’s name broke ban on sales. Parents told phone would let them filter content and control pupils’ time online.
Passionate parent says he has had a dream for his daughter since she was very young and did not want her to miss out‘You must not fail to live up to your daddy’s expectations of you,’ he tells child in video
Woman from Beijing says her daughter ate three of the snacks before noticing the extra toppingCustomer rejects offer of compensation, files complaint with local food safety watchdog
Retailer Yonghui apologises for ‘not respecting consumer’s rights’, pays back missing moneyCourt also orders store to pay US$7.50 in costs
Police in Fujian province investigate assault on two boys and two girlsSons were treated for neck injuries that were more than 13 centimetres long
Facts were unclear and evidence insufficient in the original judgment last September, court rulesDefence challenges method used by police to identify the handles as guns
Morning group dances are popular in China but the music adds to urban clamor and can lead to fines. A video of a group in Chongqing who wear headsets is drawing online attention and praise