Anti-corruption has been an important task for the Chinese government and the way the government fights corruption needs improvement, experts said.
While Obama's nomination of Chuck Hagel as defense secretary may start a confirmation fight in Congress, the former senator appears willing to work with China.New US defense chief, CIA head named
US President Barack Obama on Monday nominated Chuck Hagel as his next defense secretary and John Brennan to head the CIA.
Xinhuanet, the online portal of China's State media Xinhua News Agency, has applied for an initial public offering in Shanghai, according to the China Securities Regulatory Commission, or the CSRC.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's trip to the US, his first overseas visit since taking office, has been postponed until at least February.
Tokyo's plan to increase its defense budget for the first time in a decade has concerned its Asian neighbors.
Fewer people were satisfied with their quality of life in 2012 amid rising living costs and changing social values, according to a report compiled by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
China pledged on Monday to reform its controversial re-education-through-labor, or laojiao, system, a sign of long-awaited progress.
Legal experts have urged Beijing police to crack down on the illegal trade in secondhand cars and rogue repair shops, to cut the number of illegal black taxis, operating in the capital.
Dense fog grounded 151 flights and stranded nearly 10,000 passengers at Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport in Sichuan province on Monday.
China's A-share markets are expected to see 200 listings this year, which could raise 130 billion yuan ($20.9 billion) to 150 billion yuan.
Xi Jinping, the leader of China's ruling Communist Party of China (CPC), has called on procuratorial, judicial and public security organs to fight against injustice and corruption.