So far 27 provinces have established their own systems, either for disabled people living in poverty or those who are severely disabled.
President Xi Jinping on Friday said China will continue to be open to foreign media and he looks forward to more cooperation and understanding between China and the United States.
Premier Li Keqiang met with French Finance Minister Michel Sapin in Beijing, vowing to improve China-France cooperation.
A reporter from Hong Kong's Cable TV, Chan Yuen-tung, decided to intercept Premier Li Keqiang and ask him a question.
Senior military officials urged the country's service men and women to translate morale raised by the V-Day parade to contributions to a strong military.
China and France held their third High-Level Economic and Financial Dialogue (HED) Friday in Beijing, agreeing to strengthen cooperation in the fields of nuclear energy, finance, aviation and space, as well as partnership in third-party markets.
Senior Chinese security official Meng Jianzhu lauded online petitions during a seminar at the Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Friday.
China launched its first big data pilot zone in the southwestern province of Guizhou Friday.
China's top court on Friday published a list of 70 crimes that occur often on campuses, in a move aimed at raising awareness and protecting the students.
Wang Tianpu, general manager of oil giant China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec Group), has been expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC) for corruption and other violations of the Party code of conduct.
A Chinese corruption suspect at large for 14 years has been repatriated from the United States to China.
More than 4,700 Party officials have been disciplined for failing to carry out their supervisory responsibilities in the first half of this year.