China's "Belt and Road" is an open and inclusive initiative for regional cooperation and not a geopolitical tool, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said on Tuesday.
China will add 6 million kilowatts of installed capacity of hydropower in rural areas during the 13th Five Year Plan period (2016-2020), a government official said on Tuesday.
It's hypocritical to criticise China's requirements for technical support from companies in fighting terrorism, as stipulated in China's counter-terrorism law.
Former Vice Chairman of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region Bai Xueshan has been expelled from office and the Communist Party of China (CPC) for "severe disciplinary violations."
Since the opening-up and reform policy was introduced in the late 1970s, China has witnessed urbanization on a massive scale as more than half the population now lives in cities compared with only 18 percent in 1978. The increasingly crowded and sprawling cities have been plagued by problems such as pollution, traffic, and rocketing housing price, deeming its urbanization plan as non-sustainable.
The top spending watchdog has recovered more than 380 billion yuan ($58.6 billion) of public money in the first 11 months of this year, as the country steps up efforts to root out corruption and curb irregularities in public spending.
President Xi Jinping spent 42 days conducting eight trips abroad this year, as China's enhanced global role gets ever-increasing recognition.
China's state broadcaster has produced an animated rap video about the country's reforms, days before the two-year anniversary of the founding of the central leading group for comprehensive reform.
An official in China's top legislative body has been expelled from office and the Communist Party of China (CPC) for disciplinary violations.
China's top legislature on Sunday adopted the country's first counter-terrorism law in the latest attempt to address terrorism at home and help maintain world security.
Internet providers and telecoms operators are now required by law to assist authorities in investigating and preventing potential terror attacks in China.
China's largest land arms producer, China North Industries Group Corp, has developed a series of firefighting tanks that can be used in urban areas and to control forest blazes.