Sexually abusive guardians must lose rights, top court reiterates

2016-06-01 07:24:12

The right to be a child's guardian must be removed whenever parents and guardians are found to have sexually abused minors, officials from China's top court said on Tuesday in response to a rise in such cases in recent years.

Action plan targets soil pollution

2016-06-01 07:15:59

China released its third national action plan to curb pollution on Tuesday, this time targeting soil deterioration.

Chinese, Surinamese presidents exchange congratulations over 40th anniversary of diplomatic ties

2016-06-01 05:53:13

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Surinamese President Desi Bouterse exchanged congratulations Saturday to mark the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

State Council formulates plan to fight soil pollution

2016-06-01 03:33:08

The State Council, China's Cabinet, announced an action plan to combat soil pollution on Tuesday.

The South China Sea Dispute: Beijing's View

2016-06-01 04:16:57

China is exercising its legitimate rights by upholding the sovereignty of our islands in the South China Sea.

President Xi extends greetings to children of island workers

2016-06-01 02:40:32

Chinese President Xi Jinping has extended greetings to children of workers on islands in East China Sea ahead of June 1, International Children's Day.

China 'committed to safeguarding' peace

2016-06-01 01:55:18

China does not intend to assume a role as Big Brother, but instead seeks to build a community of a shared future with all its neighbors, Premier Li Keqiang said.

China announces soil pollution controls

2016-06-01 00:32:51

An action plan on tackling soil pollution in China was released Tuesday.

China to check halal food

2016-06-01 00:30:27

China will check and rectify the trend of over-generalization of halal food, Xinhua learned Tuesday.

President Xi says China faces major science, technology 'bottleneck'

2016-06-01 00:26:43

Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned that the country faces a major science and technology (S&T) bottleneck and a big gap in innovation capacity.

Govt backs 'comfort women' memory of the world registration

2016-05-31 17:01:46

Applications to register "comfort women" files to the Memory of the World is supported by the government, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said.

Parties must focus on Korean Peninsula stability, ministry says

2016-05-31 16:44:05

The Foreign Ministry on Tuesday urged all concerned parties to "jointly champion regional peace and stability" on the Korean Peninsula after Seoul said the Democratic People's Republic of Korea had launched a missile earlier in the day.