Politics

Li stresses urbanization, modern agriculture
  • Uygur extremists 'training in Middle East', envoy says

    Muslim extremists from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region have gone to the Middle East for training and some may have crossed into Iraq to take part in the upsurge of violence there.

  • 60,000 plus cases probed in 5 months

    Anti-graft authorities investigated more than 60,000 cases in the first five months of this year, nearly 35 percent more than in the same period last year.

  • China, Laos sign seven deals

    China and Laos signed seven cooperative agreements on Monday in their efforts to jointly boost national development in trade and other areas.

  • Officials' lavish lifestyles exposed

    Three senior officials who have been investigated were found to be living extravagant lifestyles before they were placed under a corruption probe.

  • China, Singapore hold key forum

    Improving governance methods, boosting public welfare and learning from different experiences were among key topics discussed by senior officials from China and Singapore at a major forum in Beijing on Monday.

Military

Chinese pilots compete at Russia air force competition

Science-Tech

National Robot Competition kicks off in NE China
  • China produces world's largest amphibious aircraft

    Trial production of the TA600 aircraft, intended to be the world's largest amphibious aircraft, has started in China following completion of the design process.

  • Public invited to see top science

    Nineteen of the latest scientific findings and applications produced by the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013 are being presented to the public in Beijing.

  • China's biggest moon challenge: returning to earth

    China's lunar probe, Chang'e-5, will be launched around 2017 and its mission to collect samples from the moon and return to earth is the most challenging yet, according to Wu Weiren, chief designer of China's lunar exploration program.

China helps fight international war on drugs

Crackdown on terrorist attacks

While China is knitting an anti-terrorist security network, the nation still needs to prepare its people to fight the war on terror, thereby mobilizing its most powerful weapon.

China unveils four new emission-cut standards

China's Ministry of Environment on Friday issued four standards to curb industrial waste and air pollutant emissions.

Long march to end employment bias

This special sheds light on employment discrimination in China, including how job ads specify gender and age preferences and recent discrimination cases in China.

Outrage increases over illegal sales of GM rice

Alarm has been triggered by claims that genetically modified rice that has not been approved for sale is being supplied illegally in a number of provinces.

US visa delays likely to continue

The US embassy in Beijing said the visa service returned to online working last Wednesday, but it is still operating at a significantly reduced capacity.

Many oppose college tuition increase

Many residents are opposed to increases in college tuition fees and want universities to reveal their financial situations, according to an online survey.

60,000 plus cases probed in 5 months

Anti-graft authorities investigated more than 60,000 cases in the first five months of this year, nearly 35 percent more than in the same period last year.

Society

'Pocket-size' teacher with tall dreams

HK/Macao/Taiwan

48 dead, 10 injured in Taiwan plane crash

Cover Story

Apologizing for atrocities

Calls are growing for Japan to take full responsibility for its 'comfort women' sex crimes during the war.

Behavior beyond classes