Fuyao Glass, the world's second-largest auto glass maker by sales, expects to see strong overseas sales growth in the years ahead with Europe and South America leading the way.
More than 2,000 national political advisers, about half of them new members, will tackle a host of issues, including corruption, environmental concerns and an increasing income gap, during their nine-day annual session, which started in Beijing on Sunday.
The deep-sea submersible, Jiaolong, will head to the South China Sea and the Pacific Ocean in June for a series of dives.Female oceanauts needed
Many Chinese have been inspired by new Party leader Xi Jinping's idea of the "China dream". The dream for many who are from poor and disadvantaged backgrounds is to have opportunities to earn their daily bread and live a decent life.
A top China expert believes the country's leadership change in the past few months and the upcoming National People's Congress provide a great opportunity to improve Sino-US relations.
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The Chinese government should implement a major tax-reduction plan to expand its middle-class population, a senior national political adviser said.
Advisers get down to business
Given that environmental issues are expected to be hot topics at the upcoming two sessions, one can only hope they will be taken seriously.
Chinese armed forces never sanction hacking activities and speculation about a special "Internet unit" is groundless, a former defense ministry official said on Sunday.
Chinese Ambassador to Japan Cheng Yonghua said Sunday that he is optimistic for the future of China-Japan relations, despite the lingering tension between the two nations.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Iran is "buying time" during talks with world leaders in order to continue its efforts in achieving a nuclear bomb.
Yuan Longping, "father of hybrid rice," said on Sunday that China could reach its target unit yield of 1,000 kg per mu (0.0667 hectares) of paddy rice in 2015, five years ahead of schedule.
China has voiced its discontent with the United States for politicizing intellectual property disputes concerning Huawei and ZTE, two leading Chinese telecom equipment makers.