China on Tuesday kicked off a five-month campaign against unlicensed distribution of literature and audio and visual products on the Internet.
China's top legislature next month will start a nationwide inspection on the enforcement of the Road Traffic Safety Law.
The Ministry of Culture (MOC) Tuesday announced that it had punished a number of companies for hosting obscene, violent or illegal content on the Internet.
Governments at all levels have provided their services through an increased number of platforms on portable digital devices, according to a new report published on Tuesday.
China is expected to contribute more to the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) by promoting greater relations between the two regions at an upcoming summit.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's upcoming visit to Mongolia will encourage closer alignment of China's Silk Road Economic Belt initiative with Mongolia's Prairie Road program.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has sent a message to Jargaltulga Erdenebat to congratulate him on his appointment as Mongolia's prime minister.
Dealing with auditing problems
Departments and ministries under the State Council, China's cabinet, have responded to a series of public concerns in the past week, including college graduates' employment, the replacement of the business tax with value-added tax and price reform in the medical service.
While price restructuring is a positive step in dealing with soaring healthcare costs, there is ample room for improvement on price supervision, experts and industrial insiders said, after the nation's top pricing regulator unveiled pricing reform guidelines last week.
China will establish a national system for volunteer organizations by 2020, under a set of guidelines issued by eight central government departments.
China is building a museum in its southernmost Hainan province to display the culture of the South China Sea amid rising maritime tension caused by an imminent ruling in an arbitration case.