The draft law on the national anthem was submitted to the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, China's top legislative body, for its first reading on Thursday.
With the development of the internet, the popularity of online literature and dramas, as well as livestreaming, is rapidly growing.
A pilot program for cross-jurisdiction case filing has been introduced, involving all the courts in Beijing and a total of five courts in Tianjin and Hebei province.
On Monday, the Ministry of Transport released a guideline to encourage and regulate the development of shared bikes, soliciting public opinions for two weeks.
According to an announcement by the Ministry of Culture in December 2016, as of Monday all companies operating online games are required to ensure all users register with their real names.
The Supreme People's Court has sent inspection teams to seven provinces so far to find out whether lower-level court members are involved in corruption or other disciplinary violations.
A court in Huainan city, Anhui province, recently ordered the education bureau of Xiejiaji district to pay a fine of 200,000 yuan ($31,560) because it had received kickbacks from a bookstore. A government department being convicted of the crime of accepting bribes as a unit is very rare in China, and the case has attracted widespread attention.
The Communist Party of China Central Committee has published a new set of rules for disciplinary penalties as it moves to strengthen the management of its 88 million Party members.