China is shocked and confused by Vietnam's argument that the test flights at a newly built airport in the South China Sea have threatened civilian air traffic.
Editor's Note: The Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, which has a long history of contact with Southeast Asia, thanks to its affinity in language, culture and customs, is set to become China's pathway to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, forming a new strategic pivot in Southwest and Central China's opening up. China Daily spoke with Peng Qinghua, the region's Party chief, to find out more.
State Councilor Yang Jiechi has stated China's goal to enhance the role of the G20 from a mechanism tackling crisis to one exercising long-term, effective management.
China will include its "black" population, children born illegally under the country's family planning policy, in its new household registration policy.
The number of disputes in which residents sued regional governmental departments－legal actions that were once difficult to file－has surged in Shanghai and Beijing.
Beijing is willing to coordinate development strategies with Arab states and put into play each other's advantages and potentials.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang convened a meeting on Wednesday to underline clean governance and reinforce anti-corruption measures in the government.
While China is gaining ground to overcome corruption, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has demonstrated its unswerving will to continue the fight against corruption and ensure clean governance.
China's cabinet decided on Wednesday to abolish more items requiring administrative approval and step up support for small high-tech firms to unleash economic vitality.
China issued a stern "word of advice" to Japan on Wednesday not to be provocative or escalate the situation around China's Diaoyu Islands.
Lawmakers in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region will begin to draft an anti-religious extremism regulation and implement counter-terrorism practices in Xinjiang in 2016, a top regional legislator said on Wednesday.
Editor's note: Last year, China intensified its clampdown on corruption and increased investigations aimed at violations of the eight-point austerity rules of the Communist Party of China. New phrases by the anti-corruption authorities have sprung up. Following are corruption charges brought by anti-graft bodies, examples of officials being held for investigation on the charges and comments by experts.