|China top political advisors meet|
The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee on Thursday held a meeting of its chairman and vice chairpersons.
|China to encourage private investment in social sector|
China is to widen market access to areas of medical care, education, caring for the elderly, culture, sports and other social undertakings.
|China to synergize development strategies with Italy|
China is willing to synergize development strategies with Italy to promote a balanced growth of trade and investment, Premier Li Keqiang said in Beijing on Thursday.
|Mainland accuses "Taiwan Independence" forces of twisting Feb. 28 Uprising|
A mainland official on Wednesday accused "Taiwan independence" secessionist forces of twisting the Feb. 28 Uprising for their own gain.
|Japanese kindergarten's suspected hate speech underscores endemic social malady|
A Japanese kindergarten with ties to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife apologized for comments described as hate speech against Koreans and Chinese people, as the incident has underscored the seemingly indelible nature of racial discrimination in Japan.
|China welcomes Italy to join in B&R initiative: Xi Jinping|
President Xi Jinping and his Italian counterpart Sergio Mattarella held talks Wednesday, pledging to enhance bilateral ties. "China welcomes Italy to participate in the Belt and Road Initiative," Xi told Mattarella, who is on a state visit to China from Feb. 21 to 26.
|China hopes to complete drafting COC framework with ASEAN before midyear|
China hopes to work with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to complete the draft of a framework of the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (COC) before midyear, a spokesperson said Wednesday.
|"Taiwan independence" biggest threat to cross-Strait peace, stability: spokesperson|
Peaceful development of cross-Strait relations is the fundamental guarantee of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait, while "Taiwan independence" secessionist forces and their activities are the biggest threat, a Chinese mainland spokesperson said Wednesday.
|Former HK chief executive Donald Tsang jailed 20 months for misconduct|
Hong Kong's former Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen was sentenced to 20 months in prison here on Wednesday for misconduct while in office.
|China, France sign deals on nuclear energy, science|
China and France on Tuesday signed agreements on nuclear energy and science during French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve's Beijing visit.
|Chinese State Councilor urges China, U.S. to step up ties|
Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi on Tuesday urged China and the United States to strengthen pragmatic cooperation in a bid to push forward bilateral relations.
|China, India pledge stronger ties|
Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi met with Indian Foreign Secretary Subramanyam Jaishankar on Tuesday, calling for stronger ties between the two neighbors.
|China offers condolences over death of Russia's UN envoy|
China on Tuesday expressed deep condolences over the sudden death of Vitaly Churkin, Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations.
|China expresses support for dialogue on Korean Peninsula nuclear issue|
China said on Tuesday that it supports relevant parties in conducting dialogue and contact in order to find a solution to the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue.
|China urges U.S. to contribute to peace in South China Sea|
China said on Tuesday that it hoped the United States would do what is good to the peace and stability in the South China Sea as a U.S. aircraft carrier strike group began patrolling the region.
|CPC meeting discusses draft government work report|
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Tuesday chaired a meeting which discussed the draft government work report.
|China to improve government service in townships|
The central authorities have issued a document calling for improved public services at the township level.
|Mongolia reaffirms commitment to one-China policy|
Mongolia reaffirmed its commitment to the one-China policy on Monday during the visit by the country's foreign minister, after bilateral relations were disrupted by the Dalai Lama's visit to the landlocked country in November.
|Chinese FM pledges more coordination to prepare for BRICS Summit|
China will strengthen coordination with BRICS members including South Africa to prepare for the BRICS leaders' summit.
|Afghan gov't is thankful to China over sending humanitarian assistance: Minister|
Afghan State Minister for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Affairs, Wais Ahmad Barmak expressed his gratitude to China over sending humanitarian consignments to Afghanistan on Sunday.
|China, Nepal discuss about strengthening defense cooperation|
A military delegation from the Chinese People's Liberation Army Western Theater Command held a meeting with Nepalese Chief of the Army Staff Rajendra Chhetri in Kathmandu on Sunday.
|China coherently backs European integration: FM|
China has been consistently supporting the European integration and is willing to work with the European side for the world's peace and development, top Chinese diplomat said Saturday.
|China, Afghanistan vow more cooperation|
China and Afghanistan vowed to deepen cooperation on Saturday.
|Chinese, Canadian FMs signal consensus on trade liberalization|
China and Canada saw eye-on-eye about global trade liberalization as foreign ministers of the two nations met on Saturday.
|China, Saudi Arabia vow to enhance cooperation|
China and Saudi Arabia on Saturday pledged to enhance their cooperation and strengthen coordination.