Politics

Senior leader stresses unwavering anti-graft fight

Military

Behind-the-scenes look at the national flag guard
  • Scores of PLA officers punished

    More than 200 senior People's Liberation Army officers have been reprimanded, demoted or removed from their posts for problems exposed by military auditors, PLA Daily reported on Thursday.

  • Chinese defense minister to visit ROK, Thailand

    Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Chang Wanquan will make official friendly visits to the Republic of Korea and Thailand from Feb 3 to 7.

  • PLA vows improved discipline in wake of Xu Caihou case

    A senior officer of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) has vowed to eliminate the negative influence of the corruption case of former senior commander Xu Caihou, the PLA Daily reported Tuesday.

Science-Tech

Motorola says hello to China, again
  • Jack Ma talks shop at Davos

    Jack Ma, founder of China's e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, spoke candidly about his life experiences and his confidence in China despite the slowing economy on Friday at Davos.

  • Cyber review to weed out threats

    A cyber security review, targeting IT products and services, will be released within the year, the Cyberspace Administration of China said on Wednesday.

  • Science and business forum launched

    Tongji University has launched a research to business platform offering tailor-made development and managerial training sessions to scientists and management teams.

Tale of two cities

Tales from living nightmare of commuters' life in the 'city of beds'

China expressions 2014

Yuan Baocheng, Dongguan mayor and deputy to the National People's Congress, is besieged by journalists and bombarded with questions about the local anti-prostitution crackdown in Beijing on March 3, 2014.

2014 Yearender: Key words in the fight against corruption

By the end of November, nearly 40 provincial or higher level officials had been snared this year in the ongoing anti-corruption campaign.

Spotlight on China's Constitution

To mark Thursday's inaugural Constitution day, President Xi Jinping called for greater awareness of the Constitution and the rule of law.

China's gender imbalance concerns reborn

China's gender imbalance issue is back in the spotlight, after pregnant villagers in east China were alleged to be illegally determining the sex of their unborn children.

2.8 billion trips expected during spring festival in China

A total of 2.807 billion trips are expected to be made by Chinese people during the Spring Festival travel rush, according to the Ministry of Transport Thursday.

Program to tackle child poverty

The government will boost the nutrition and education of millions of children up to the national average by the end of 2020, according to a press releases issued by the Ministry of Education at the State Council’s weekly policy briefing on Jan 30.

Expatriates to be lured for startups

China is aiming to attract more expatriates to start businesses in the country, amid efforts to lure international talent and entrepreneurship, a senior official said on Tuesday.

Society

Portraying Chairman Mao

HK/Macao/Taiwan

Former home of late Taiwan leader may turn into a McDonald's

Cover Story

Trains prove a strain for foreigners

Rail companies need to improve the service they offer to foreign travelers, an expert has said ahead of this year's Spring Festival rush.

Security concerns put PLA on neighborhood watch