The Chinese government has resolutely vowed to transform its function and reform the administrative system to create a favorable environment for development, the People's Daily said Tuesday.
Top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng said Tuesday that more attention should be attached to the steady promotion and overall development of relations between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan.
Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hong Lei on Tuesday expressed shock and indignation at a Japanese politician's statement regarding "comfort women."
Zhang Wenzhi's exhibition of lacquer paintings, Back to Renaissance, opens this week in New York, giving American audiences a rare look at the Chinese contemporary artist's work.
In place of the rhetorical fire from each side a few weeks ago, the United States has begun using diplomacy and military drills to try to defuse tensions with the DPRK.
For 27-year-old Lucy Lin who moved to the US with her family, shopping for cosmetics on behalf of people in China is her main source of income.
Having invested $2 million in 12 startups from among 300 applicants, Silicon Valley's first US-China technology incubator is marking what its founders call a satisfying first year.
China scrapped a total of 24 regulations related to the administration of capital for foreign direct investment, part of the efforts to promote investment facilitation.
Hainan Airlines and China Southern Airlines will be the first carriers in China to receive Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner, a top Boeing executive said.
Amid a wave of interest rate cuts by major economies around the world, Chinese monetary authorities will face a policy dilemma in the coming weeks.
China will allow the market to play a bigger role in economic innovation, Premier Li said on Monday at a State Council meeting on the reform of government.