|Xi urges judicial, law enforcement organs to better deal with risks, challenges|
President Xi Jinping has urged all judicial and law enforcement agencies to improve their capabilities by innovating their mechanisms and methods to better guard against and handle risks and challenges.
|Chinese premier announces humanitarian aid for Iraq in letter to Iraqi counterpart|
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday sent a letter to Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announcing an offer of 70 million yuan (about 10.1 million U.S. dollars) in humanitarian aid to Iraq.
|China, U.S. need to uphold principles enshrined in 3 communiques: envoy|
China and the United States should uphold the fundamental principles enshrined in three joint communiques governing their relations, so that they can avoid confrontation and enhance cooperation for the benefits of the world community, said the Chinese ambassador in Washington on Tuesday.
|Liu Yunshan attends Party School graduation ceremony|
Liu Yunshan, a senior Communist Party of China (CPC) leader, attended a graduation ceremony at the Party School of the CPC Central Committee on Wednesday.
|Communist Party of China Central Committee's leadership stressed at meeting|
The top leadership of the Communist Party of China is calling for centralized and unified leadership of the Party's Central Committee.
|Zambia reaffirms its commitment to one-China policy|
Zambian President Edgar Lungu has reaffirmed its country's commitment to the one-China policy, saying Zambia will maintain strategic communication with China on such major global and regional issues as the reform of the U.N. Security Council.
|South China Sea not a problem between China, ASEAN: FM spokesman|
China said on Tuesday that the South China Sea issue never has been and will not become a problem between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
|Chinese president to visit Switzerland, attend WEF annual meeting|
Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay a state visit to Switzerland from Jan. 15-18, at the invitation of the Federal Council of Switzerland, a foreign ministry spokesperson announced Tuesday in Beijing.
|China probes 240 centrally administered officials in past 4 years|
240 officials with China's central authorities have been investigated since November 2012 amid the country's anti-corrpution efforts.
|China willing to expand cooperation with Zimbabwe: Xi tells Mugabe|
President Xi Jinping said that China is willing to encourage capable companies to invest in Zimbabwe and expand mutually beneficial cooperation when meeting with his Zimbabwean counterpart, Robert Gabriel Mugabe.
|Mainland extends condolences over death of Taiwan politician|
The Chinese mainland on Monday expressed condolences over the death of Chin Ching-sheng, secretary-general of Taiwan's People First Party.
|China mourns passing of former Portuguese President|
China on Monday expressed condolences over the passing of Mario Soares, former Portuguese President and founder of Portugal's Socialist Party, praising him as an eminent statesman and state leader.
|China mourns Iranian ex-president's passing|
China extended its deep condolences to Iran following the death of former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said at a routine press briefing Monday.
|China, Zambia to step up cooperation in industrialization, capacity building|
Visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday that China will continue strengthening industrial cooperation with Zambia and helping the country improve the capacity of independent development.
|China's top anti-graft body to keep high pressure on corruption|
China's top anti-graft authority has pledged to maintain a tough stance on corruption in 2017 and promote "comprehensively and strictly governing the Party" to go deeper.
|Vietnam's communist party chief to visit China|
General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong will visit China from the coming Thursday to Sunday, a spokesperson for the International Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee said Sunday.
|Chinese vice president meets with foreign minister of Maldives|
Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao met with the Maldives Foreign Minister Mohamed Asim in Beijing Friday.
|Uruguayan Parliament leader to visit China|
Gerardo Amarilla, president of Chamber of Representatives of Uruguay's National Congress, will visit China from Jan. 8 to 14 at the invitation of Zhang Dejiang, chairman of the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress.
|Xi calls for creativity in strict CPC governance|
The anti-corruption battle must go deeper, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Friday, calling for strict governance of the Communist Party of China (CPC) systematically, creatively and effectively.
|Chinese president appoints new ambassadors|
Chinese President Xi Jinping has appointed two new ambassadors, following approval by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, according to a statement by the national legislature.
|Vice Premier urges improved work of central and state organs|
Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli on Thursday called for more efforts to reform and develop work on central and state organs.
|China supports Philippines in holding ASEAN rotating presidency|
China supports the Philippines in assuming the rotating presidency of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in 2017, said a Foreign Ministry spokesman on Wednesday.
|Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen warned before trip overseas|
The Chinese mainland will share development opportunities with Taiwan and at the same time firmly oppose "Taiwan independence" activities, the mainland's Taiwan affairs chief said in his New Year's greetings.
|Vice Premier stresses accuracy, authenticity in agricultural census|
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang urged accuracy and authenticity in data collection of the country's third national agricultural census that began on Sunday.
|Xi congratulates Doris Leuthard on taking office as Swiss president|
Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory message on Sunday to Doris Leuthard on her taking office as president of the Swiss Confederation for 2017.