New growth mandate
Domestically, it will inspire people who are eager to see their per capita income as well as the country's GDP double by 2020.
SCO's strong momentum
The prime ministers meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, in Bishkek, proved to be a great success on Wednesday.
Climate change responsibilities
There are disagreements about how developed nations should offer funding assistance to help developing nations combat the effects of climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
China's footloose rich on the move
The South Beauty chief Zhang Lan recently sparked a debate on the emigration of rich Chinese after she was found to possess a foreign passport.
Increasing upward mobility
Fostering an expanded middle-income group and unleashing its consumption potential is of great significance for more sustainable development.
Stock investors display double vision
Many foreign fund managers have started rebuilding their China equity portfolios and pumped $4 billion in the past two months.
Way forward for new leadership
China will continue to rebound in the short term but its challenges will increase in the medium term. China's new leadership can build on long-term potential.
Surmounting green barrier
Where should the demarcation line be drawn in the balance of environmental conservation and development, as well as in the art of making political compromise?
The paradox of China's stock market
The Chinese economy has shown strong signs of stabilizing, but the key Shanghai stock index opened at lowest point in nearly four years on Thursday.
Future money uncertainties
The yuan's spot exchange rate against the US dollar has appreciated to a maximum daily ceiling more than 20 times since Oct 8.
Will China run out of water by 2030?
By 2020, China aims to double its 2010 GDP and per capita income of urban and rural residents both. China's economic track record has been impressive.
Lowering MPF fees is easier said than done
The Hong Kong Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority recommended some measures to reduce the administrative costs, but many of them may not be feasible or hard to implement.