The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Thursday congratulated the opening of the 12th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).
State Councilor Wang Yong will attend the commencement ceremony for Indonesia's first high-speed railway project during his visit to the country from Wednesday to Friday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said on Wednesday.
Former political advisor Yang Gang was sentenced to 12 years in prison Wednesday for accepting bribes by the Third Intermediate People's Court of Beijing.
"Supply-side reform" has been a buzz-phrase since early November, when President Xi Jinping mentioned it at a top economic meeting.
The move is expected to make more opportunities accessible to foreigners eligible to work at research institutions, colleges and universities.
Seven bureau-level officials in Shanghai were investigated for embezzlement and bribery in 2015, a record for the city, an anti-graft watchdog announced on Tuesday.
The top anti-graft body announced on Tuesday that the deputy head of the Chinese mainland's Taiwan affairs authority has been placed under investigation.
Investigations found Ai Baojun seriously violated the Party's political discipline, cheating the Party organization and confronting the investigation.
Two senior government officials accused of bribery, trading power for sex and other improper behavior have been expelled from the Communist Party of China and removed from their posts.
China has more citizens living outside the country than any other nation in the world.
Defined as "the key year of comprehensively deepening reforms," 2015 saw a series of milestones achieved by China.
Ju Xiaolin, a technical migrant worker, was voted in as vice chair of China's trade union federation on Sunday.