Premier Li Keqiang met the press after the closing session of the National People's Congress on Tuesday morning.[more]
More than 20,000 Chinese were held accountable for environment-related misconduct over the past two years, Environmental Protection Minister Li Ganjie said Saturday.
Supervisory commissions to independently probe graft cases
Wang Yang called on the new leadership of the CPPCC to advance the cause of the advisory body under the leadership of the Central Committee of the CPC.
China’s commitment to continuing to comprehensively open its economy and build an open world economy is very important for New Zealand, said John McKinnon, New Zealand's Ambassador to China.
The Belt and Road Initiative is the most important development project of the 21st Century.
In October 2017, the world heard President Xi Jinping tell deputies at the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in Beijing: "It will be an era that sees China moving closer to the world center stage and making greater contributions to mankind." China, he said, was "standing tall and firm in the East."
China has become a leading nation in the world both in terms of its booming economy and burgeoning global influence.
By pushing forward reforms in the new era, China will further promote its economic growth and positive international influence, said an Albanian political veteran.
As a rising power on the world stage, China intends to make its full contribution to maintaining world peace and development by putting forward some eye-catching notions, such as the community with a shared future for humanity.
While the West draws sharp differences between the ideology of democracy and Communism, we are less familiar with how they differ in terms of structure and operation.
China's political sessions have sent a clear message to the world: the country will continue to deepen reforms in various fields. A more open China will play a more important role on the world stage.
China's massive cabinet restructuring plan unveiled on Tuesday is widely seen by international observers as a significant and revolutionary move to meet the needs of the people and the country's development.
Professor Zhang Weiwei, professor of Fudan university responds to questions such as what messages were conveyed by this year's government work report as follows.
The 13th National People's Congress, China's top legislature, and the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, China's top political advisory body, are now gathering in Beijing for their first sessions.