Beijing said on Thursday that it had "maximized its efforts" in addressing the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue, dismissing accusations that it had not done enough.
China's top graft buster has called for persistent anti-corruption efforts to clean up the Communist Party of China (CPC) and boost people's faith in the Party.
Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed ecology and "green development" in boosting the growth of the Yangtze River Economic Belt.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has called for full support in health, education, housing and other fields for the sound implementation of two-child policy.
Foreign minister Wang Yi urged opposition parties in Syria to participate in peace dialogues and negotiations without any preconditions when he met with a leader from the Syrian opposition force in Beijing on Thursday.
President Xi Jinping has urged the strengthening of the armed forces through reforms when inspecting troops in Southwest China.
The top discipline watchdog of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Thursday published 131 cases of violations of the Party's anti-corruption and frugality code of conduct.
President Xi's visit to Chongqing and Premier Li's visit to Shanxi at this crucial point underscore the government's preoccupation in 2016.
China's ministries have been rolling out plans for major policy initiatives to address China's chronic societal and economic challenges.
For the first time, Chinese environmental protection authorities have shown their teeth as part of State power by summoning provincial leaders for a talk-down session over local pollution problems.
Public-interest litigation mainly refers to lawsuits related to ecology, protection of State-owned assets, transferring State-owned land-use rights and food and drug safety.
Since the new leadership was formed from 2012 to 2013, it has made a series of major efforts to promote social justice and fairness, and to bring to the public a greater sense of "earning and sharing" amid progress on reforms.