China should speed up the standardization of its high-speed railway technologies and take the lead in setting international standards, an industry insider suggests.
China will provide an emergency water supply to countries along the Mekong River to help deal with drought, the Foreign Ministry said.
The anti-corruption campaign will include a new target this year cracking down on the misuse and embezzlement of poverty relief funds.
A traditional Tibetan wedding ceremony is held in Shangri-La city, Southwest China's Yunnan province, March 13, 2016. At around 7am, the groom led a parade to greet his bride at her village. With well-wishes and songs, the bride then accompanied the groom to his house.
The draft outline of the country's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20) is currently being reviewed by top legislators participating in the annual session of the 12th National People's Congress in Beijing.
Xi Jinping told national lawmakers from the PLA that the capability to innovate is one of the key factors that will determine the Chinese military's future.
Real estate investments has accelerated for the first time since the beginning of 2015.
A wide spectrum of observers, from journalists to ordinary citizens, have commented on the unprecedented access granted at this year's two sessions of China's national advisory body and legislature.
China's tallest skyscraper, the Shanghai Tower, is expected to be open for business soon.
JA Solar Holdings, one of the world's largest producers of solar energy products, is seeking to expand in emerging markets touched by China's Belt and Road Initiative.
January-to-February economic data released over the weekend do not seem to indicate a V-shaped recovery coming anytime soon but show slow stabilization, analysts said.
Some companies didn't need encouragement from the government's Go Global strategy. They were already doing it.