Foreign Minister Wang Yi said in a meeting with British counterpart Philip Hammond in Beijing that G7 should not hype the South China Sea issue.
Li Chengyun, former vice governor of Southwest China's Sichuan province, is under investigation for suspected disciplinary violations, the anti-graft authority said Saturday.
The upcoming meeting of Group of Seven (G7) foreign ministers should not play up the South China Sea issue, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Saturday.
"Industry 4.0", a strategy Germany set in motion in 2013, has been regarded as a fourth industrial revolution leading the way for manufacturers around the world.
China and Switzerland signed five documents as the two countries declared the establishment of their innovative strategic partnership.
China and Switzerland will establish an innovative strategic partnership to promote common development and prosperity, a joint statement said.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang expressed his confidence in the country's economy, stressing that China has the ability to maintain medium-high rate of growth.
China's sports establishment must learn the lessons from a corruption scandal involving a former deputy sports minister, continue to root out graft and curb a win-at-all costs mentality, the country's top graft-buster said on Friday.
Relevant parties should not put disputes, including territorial controversies, into the G7 summit, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Friday at a joint press briefing following talks with visiting German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
The Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) rolled out a series of measures to guarantee school safety across the country on Friday.
Reports on official corruption and crimes must only be heard by designated personnel and the information stored in password-protected computers, under new rules to protect whistleblowers.
Chinese courts will pass stricter sentences for a range of drug-related offenses “as the drug problem spreads more rapidly and drug offenses occur more frequently”, Ma Yan, a senior Supreme People’s Court judge, said on Thursday.