|China urges BRICS nations to deepen partnership for brighter future|
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday called on BRICS countries, namely, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, to deepen their partnership for a brighter future. China will host the ninth BRICS leaders' summit in Xiamen in September.
|President Xi urges new media outlet to "tell China stories well"|
Chinese President Xi Jinping offered congratulations to a media organization launched Saturday, urging it to "tell China stories well" to the world.
|Chinese premier exchanges New Year congratulations with his Russian counterpart|
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Saturday exchanged New Year congratulations with his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev, while both praised the development of bilateral relations over the past year.
|Xi, Putin exchange New Year greetings|
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, on Saturday exchanged congratulatory messages on the coming New Year. Chinese premier exchanges New Year congratulations with his Russian counterpart
|Chinese leaders watch traditional operas for new year|
Top Chinese leaders watched a New Year gala featuring traditional operas on Friday evening in Beijing.
|Xi urges political advisors to offer more advice on state affairs|
President Xi Jinping on Friday called on political advisors to conscientiously perform their duties in 2017 and give more advice and suggestions on state affairs.
|President Xi urges solid implementation of reforms in 2017|
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday called for more efforts to carry out reforms in the next year, stressing policy coordination and responsibility.
|Chinese premier vows easier access for foreign investment|
China will lift restrictions in sectors including rail transportation equipment, motorcycles, fuel ethanol and oil processing, according to a statement released after a State Council executive meeting presided over by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.
|Xi offers congratulations on publication of grand-scale dictionary|
President Xi Jinping has offered congratulations on the publication of the Dacihai, a grand-scale Chinese dictionary.
|President Xi pleased with students designing satellite|
Chinese President Xi Jinping has praised a group of middle school students for their efforts in satellite design and said he was pleased with their passion and bravery in scientific exploration.
|Top leadership to maintain fight against corruption|
The leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has ordered more efforts to build clean politics and tackle corruption.
|President Xi stresses tech advance to accelerate energy revolution|
Chinese President Xi Jinping called for more technological progress in coal processing as the country is pushing forward a revolution in energy production and consumption.
|Xi gets to the core of national rejuvenation|
One November afternoon three years ago, Xi Jinping met an elderly woman while visiting a poor mountain village in central China's Hunan Province.
|China stresses political solution, unity after proposal on chemical weapons in Syria|
A foreign ministry spokesperson on Wednesday stressed that any action by the UN Security Council must help form a political solution on the Syrian issue and reflect the unity of the Security Council.
|CPC, KMT to strengthen exchanges based on 1992 Consensus: spokesperson|
The Communist Party of China (CPC) and the Kuomintang (KMT) Party will continue to strengthen exchanges and dialogues and promote the peaceful development of mainland-Taiwan ties on the basis of adhering to the 1992 Consensus and opposing "Taiwan independence," a mainland spokesperson said Wednesday.
|Xi's village tours assure poverty reduction|
Xi has visited a number of villages and counties since 2012, repeatedly stressing the importance of poverty reduction and creating policy to address the issue.
|China urges U.S. to carefully handle Taiwan-related issue|
A mainland spokesman Wednesday said the Taiwan issue is a domestic affair of China and the United States should carefully handle it by abiding by the one-China policy. An Fengshan, spokesman for the State Council's Taiwan Affairs Office, said that the Taiwan issue is a matter concerning national sovereignty and territorial integrity of China.
|China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to benefit Eurasia: Pakistani Foreign Secretary|
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is beneficial not only to the two countries, but to the whole of the Eurasia, including Russia, Pakistani Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry was quoted as saying in Moscow Tuesday.
|Ethiopia parliament approves loan agreements with China for infrastructure projects|
Ethiopia's parliament on Tuesday approved three loan agreements worth over 380 million U.S. dollars made with the Chinese government and the Export-Import Bank of China to finance major infrastructure constructions in Ethiopia.
|China willing to hold constructive dialogue with Vatican|
China is willing to hold constructive dialogue with Vatican on the basis of related principles to bridge differences, expand consensus and improve bilateral relations, a senior Chinese religious affairs official said Tuesday.
|China to promote military relations with Bolivia|
Chinese Defense Minister Chang Wanquan Tuesday said that China is willing to take military relations with Bolivia to a new level.
|Xi holds phone talks with outgoing UN chief|
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday held phone talks with outgoing UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, speaking highly of Ban's positive efforts to promote world peace, development and prosperity and his important contribution to deepening China's cooperation with the United Nations during his ten years as UN chief.
|Loyalty highlighted for military delegates to CPC national congress|
The Central Military Commission (CMC) has prioritized political loyalty in selecting military delegates to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
|One-China principle always upheld in handling Taiwan's external exchanges: spokesperson|
The Chinese mainland has always adhered to the one-China principle when dealing with Taiwan's external exchanges, a spokesperson said Monday.
|China welcomes Putin's comment on bilateral ties|
China on Monday welcomed Russian President Vladimir Putin's comment on the two countries' relations at his annual year-end press conference.