Eradicating absolute poverty, upholding people-centered philosophy and seeking new opportunities from challenges, Chinese President Xi Jinping brought reassuring messages at times of uncertainty and difficulty.[more]
Premier Li Keqiang said Thursday China is expected to achieve positive economic growth this year if security in six key areas is ensured.
China is set to make Hong Kong national security laws as a related decision was adopted at the national legislature on Thursday.
China is open to international cooperation on the research and development of vaccines, medicines and testing reagents for COVID-19, and is willing to share the deliverables with the world, Premier Li Keqiang said Thursday.
China’s successful poverty alleviation effort is a significant achievement not only in the history of China, but also of the entire world.
The work report delivered by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the "two sessions" has laid out the Chinese government's roadmap for post-COVID-19 stage.
A recent U.S. attack against China, fueled by President Donald Trump's belligerent rhetoric, uses the law as a weapon.
The convening of the "two sessions" has shown that China's all-out war against the COVID-19 epidemic has achieved significant strategic results.
The most obvious example is how China has handled the COVID-19 pandemic.
The decision by the highest organ of state power fully demonstrated China's stern stand and firm will to safeguard its sovereignty, territorial integrity and national security.
China's newly adopted Civil Code has once again demonstrated the country's strive for bettering people's life by rule of law.
Establishing and improving the legal system and enforcement mechanisms for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) of China is not only necessary but also urgent, a renowned Singaporean attorney has said.
It is a move of great importance in terms of upholding and improving the institutional system of "one country, two systems."
No country would allow the same kind of riots and lawlessness in Hong Kong to occur in their own territory. Neither will China.