China must handle cybersecurity threats from abroad more forcefully, according to a draft law submitted to the top legislature for a second reading on Monday.
China is considering setting up an information disclosure system and allowing third-party auditors to supervise the use of donations to Red Cross societies nationwide.
A senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has held talks with a visiting special envoy from the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) in Beijing.
Chinese citizens are on their way to getting a civil code as a draft of rules stipulating the code's basic principles was submitted to the country's top legislature for first reading on Monday.
A former vice minister of environmental protection stood trial on Monday for accepting bribes.
A revised draft of China's Wild Animal Protection Law submitted for a third reading on Monday regulates the release of captive animals to the wild.
More people will be allowed to provide asset appraisal services, under a draft law submitted to the top legislature for a fourth reading on Monday.
China will employ qualified lawyers and legal experts as legislative workers through open recruitment, a document issued by the general office of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee said Sunday.
China's top internet watchdog has ordered online search engines to limit the number of paid-for listings and to clearly label them to avoid misleading netizens.
Premier Li Keqiang visited an old State-owned firm revitalized by innovation, talked to executives of a cloud computing startup and rode a "super smart bicycle" during a tour of the northern port city of Tianjin on Sunday afternoon.
A low-key, mysterious presence for 65 years, the Communist Party of China’s diplomatic organ saw dozens of ordinary people invited to its headquarters on Sunday to witness a talk.